HTC 10 again leaked in live images with AnTuTu benchmark results

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The next flagship device from Taiwanese tech giant HTC which is to be revealed on April 12, the HTC 10 is now being passed in between the leaks and rumors. Most of the leaked as well as rumored images showed the similarity of the HTC 10 towards the preceding device One A9. HTC 10 will be a massive hit among Smartphones in 2016 after Galaxy S7. The smartphone should have to compete against the most powerful devices in the market including Galaxy S7 and LG G5. Today, some flesh images of HTC 10 were leaked along with benchmarked results on AnTuTu. The leaked images were came out from an anonymous source from Taiwan itself, reflection shows that it shot from a Galaxy S7.

HTC 10

The image shows the HTC 10 with benchmark results shown on the screen. The results shows that the HTC 10 Smartphone is performed well than the legendary devices ruling the contemporary smartphone market. The device scores higher on AnTuTu than the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, and it is not clear if it shows S7 Edge with Snap Dragon 820 or Exynos 8890 SoC equipped. Anyway, it is more powerful than GS7. The comparisons between HTC 10 and other flagships are shown below :

AnTuTu HTC10
AnTuTu benchmark results – A comparison

As rumored earlier, the HTC 10 is expected to come with a 5.15 inch Super LCD (may be AMOLED) display would be chipped with Snapdragon 820 SoC embedded of 4GB RAM and 32GB storage capacity in-built, and having a most powerful camera ever the smartphone market sees. Additionally, it will have a USB Type-C port and should be juiced with a 3,000mAh battery. The next revolutionary Smartphone in 2016 with the ‘power of 10’, the HTC 10 will be unveiled on Internet-only event on April 12 through HTC’s website.

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