HTC has been seemingly struggling with keeping the leaks on its latest device HTC 10 under checks. The 10 would be the last of the flagship devices released in Q1 of 2016. While officials from the company have kept mum regarding the details of the phone, a good number of leaked images, blurred hands on images and multi colored renders have been flying about and here comes another one, this time with benchmarking stats.
From what can be viewed not much can be said regarding the device’s design except the physical home button at the bottom.
The stats from the image reveal HTC 10 topping the chart jumping ahead of recent beasts such as Xiaomi Mi 5, iPhone 6s and Galaxy S7 Edge. As stated before, not much information regarding the device’s specifications has been released officially, however rumors floating around suggest that the phone is supposedly going to boast a Snapdragon 820 Processor with 4 GB of RAM , a 5.15 inches Super LCD QHD Screen supported by a 3000 mAh battery and USB type C port. Good enough but enough to give it those benchmarking numbers? It will be running (unsurprisingly) Android Marshmallow 6.0 out of the box.
The device is all set for its unveiling on the 12th of April as that’s the date that HTC has been teasing. How important are benchmarks to you? Will this device be enough to save this once dominating and now struggling OEM?
Source: Android Central