Whoever thought HTC is trouble should better think again now that HTC One is out (if you missed the announcement, because this is an impressive Android device and it has pretty much everything you need from a large Full HD display with warm colours, a spectacular UltraPixel camera that beats pretty much any smartphone camera out there, it has one of the newest processors on the market from Qualcomm, the Quad-core Snapdragon 600, latest HTC Sense v5.0 which is a lot snappier and much more minimalistic than ever and last but not least it runs JellyBean operating system developed by Google.
Getting back to the processing part my friend at Android Community, Cory Gunther took HTC One powered by a Snapdragon 600 CPU for a spin earlier today to see how it handles AnTuTu benchmark tests and I have got to say that I was amazed by its score. HTC One scored 12,417 points reaching the highest ranking in AnTuTu’s top that we’ve seen to date.
According to Cory’s further test investigation HTC One X with a dual-core 1.5GHz CPU (US version) scored approximately 4,500, while LG Optimus G and the Nexus 4 both equipped with a Snapdragon S4 Pro processor barely went a little over 7,000 points, even Nvidia’s Tegra 3 quad-core CPU overclocked to a pretty unstable speed didn’t manage to pull more than 8,400 points that’s how fast the new CPU is. Well of corse we have to admit that the 2GB of RAM and the latest Adreno 320 GPU also helped boosting its score, however Qualcomm‘s amazing job is undeniable. The S600 processor nearly triples the performance of this handset in comparison to previous generation.
via Android Co