Taiwanese mobile phone manufacturer HTC has seen its purportedly codename HTC M8 – the HTC One’s successor – appear on a website, recording its benchmarking results.
This is the popular AnTuTu benchmark, which supposedly noted its score as 36062 (HTC One recorded 26548).
The benchmarking site has now dug a little deeper into its logs, where the device that recorded this result had a ROM named ‘htc_m8-userdebug|4.4|KRT16O’.
It indicates is it rumoured successor to the HTC One, which had the codename HTC M7, with this logically being replaced, by the M8.
The logs also show the specs of the mobile phone, states AnTuTu.
This notes that it has a 5-inch, 1,920 x 1,080 screen – whereas the HTC One only has a 4.7-inch FHD display.
There is a Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8774AB chipset driving the mobile, with cores clocked at 2265.60MHz, max.
HTC’s One, has a quad-core 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 CPU; this new one is much more powerful and more in line with its competition.
2GB of RAM appears to be onboard, with 16GB of internal storage.
Cameras come in the form of 4-megapixel and 2.1MP snappers: the same as the HTC One.
It is also noted to be running Android 4.4 KitKat; stay tuned for more.
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