The HTC One 2 has been the subject of various leaks over the past few days. However, the recent leaked images being circulated online seem to provide a closer look at the purported smartphone.
Today, a new round of leaked benchmark results seem to indicate that the HTC One 2 will be quite powerful. Last year, the HTC One was launched with a quad-core processor powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 SoC coupled with 2GB of RAM.
A couple of new AnTuTu results spotted for the HTC One 2, which will be officially launched on March 25, indicate that the upcoming device will be significantly powerful when compared to its predecessor.
The leaked images shows that the HTC One 2, also known as the HTC M8, outperforms its closest rivals, notably, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Sony Xperia Z Ultra. Moreover, it even outperforms the LG G2, which was the first handset to have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.
After seeing the latest benchmark results, it is widely suspected that the "All New HTC One", will most likely to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset, backed by 3GB of RAM. Reportedly, these benchmarks may have not conducted on a final version of HTC One 2. So, expect a spike in the performance further.
HTC One 2- What to expect?
We haven't heard so far that HTC will be making two versions of One 2. Hence, a single variant of HTC One 2 should be expected. HTC has been creating a lot of buzz around the coming of the M8 via online teaser videos. The phone, HTC One 2, will be a solid piece like its predecessor.
It will be crafted out of aluminum, and could beat the newly launched Samsung Galaxy S5 in terms of build quality and looks. The purported device is also expected to feature dual-cameras on the rear-back. The 5-inch Full HD phablet will also incorporate a 5MP front-facing camera and a large battery life, besides a 4G LTE-A connectivity option.
HTC M8 is expected to be launched on March 25.
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