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HTC One 2014 Benchmarks: AnTuTu, Quadrant And Vellamo Scores

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HTC One 2014 Benchmarks: AnTuTu, Quadrant And Vellamo Scores

The HTC One 2014 finally unveiled and we have the benchmark scores for you. The new HTC One M8 was tested on three benchmark platforms – AnTuTu, Quadrant and Vellamo. Benchmark isn’t the most important for a smartphone, but it is able to reveal the performance based on the score. It is important for us to have a look at the points scored by the HTC One 2014.

The first test is AnTuTu Benchmark. HTC One 2014 scores 37,624 points on AnTuTu Benchmark test. HTC One 2014 is the clear winner and about 2,000 points ahead of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has been on top for several months, but the HTC One 2014 is going to topple it soon.

The second test is Quadrant Standard. HTC One 2014 scores 24,814 points on the Quadrant Benchmark test. The HTC One 2014 is far ahead of other devices on the list and it is also among the top devices thanks to the Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor.

The third test is Vellamo benchmark. HTC One 2014 scores 1,849 points on the HTML5 test and scores 1,312 points on the Metal Test. HTC One 2014 took the fifth position on HTML5 test behind Sony Xperia Z Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, HTC One M7, Samsung Galaxy S4 and XiaoMi Mi2S. For the Vellamo Metal test, HTC One 2014 ranks at first position.

The HTC One 2014 that being tested is the Asian version that powered by a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AC quad-core processor. HTC did not mention about this during the launch event. The regions outside Asia will get the 2.3GHz Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AB quad-core processor. This is a good news for those HTC fans in Asia.

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