HTC’s new mid-ranger stops by AnTuTu

Michail, 12 April 2019

It's been some time since HTC released a new phone - the Desire 12s came in December. Yet this might change soon as its latest midranger leaked once more. Yesterday we got the 2Q7A100’s Geekbench scores and today we’re treated to the phone’s AnTuTu results.

The Snapdragon 710 and Adreno 616 combo managed to achieve a decent 169,617 score, putting it in the upper-echelon of midrangers. The rest of the spec sheet reveals the same 6GB RAM and 128GB storage and now we know the display will feature a 2160 x 1080 resolution, no word on the screen size though. As expected the device is running on Android 9.0, presumably bundled with HTC’s Sense UI interface.

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  • AshenPaladin

And who would have guessed that the phone would be launched only after other HTC devices started to receive Pie.

  • Alan

I lol when the phone comes shipped with Android 9 when HTC u11 or u12 has not even seen the light of Android 9 yet up till today. Brilliant marketing strategy HTC.

I'm pretty sure we've seen this before from GeekBench, sporting the same SNAPDRAGON 710 that's paired up with 6GB of RAM. It ain't different from that of its counterparts to be honest, and the only concern I have here is most probably the price, as t...