HTC U 11 shows up on GeekBench, numbers are promising
This HTC CBP device that was put to the test is powered by the Snapdragon 835 (a.k.a. MSM8998) and runs on Android 7.1.1 - those bits were pretty much settled on by past leaks. GeekBench now reveals that there would be 4GB of RAM on board.
Specced this way, the CBP (or HTC U 11) scores 1912 points in the single-core test, and 6137 points with all 8 cores put to work. There's but a single phone that's officially on sale with the Snapdragon 835 inside, the Galaxy S8/S8+ (so, technically two phones), and in our testing the S8+ posted slightly lower single-core score (1832), but a little higher figure in multi-core (6301pts). Of course, the HTC U 11 is likely not in its final form, so we'll just wait a little longer to see what HTC has in store for us.
- Mike B.
- 09 May 2017
The phone is coming with an adaptor that plugs into the USB-c port. The leaked specs also call for Boomsound (no front speakers though). And from what I understand, the glass back is a requirement for wireless charging at this point. I just wis...
- 04 May 2017
I agree. I got the HTC 10 and in comparison to my Huawei P9 and S7 edge the Battery on the HTC 10 seems to diminish alot faster. I know the S7 edge has a bigger battery (by 600mah) but considering the edge has a QHD screen and half inch screen bigger...
- 03 May 2017
laughing at all these htc trollers out here . clearly none of them can afford to buy any of the htc one series ,, probably you guys cheaped out and bought a desire series htc which does suck , though still not as much as any samsung , ive owned eve...