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April 24, 2013

HTC One: Antutu, Quadrant & Nenamark 2 Scores

While the HTC One is still about a month away from its local release, we’re already anticipating a touch competition between the Galaxy S4. So we already took our own early benchmarks and got these scores.

The HTC One also uses a Snapdragon 600 and Adreno 320 graphics. For Quadrant Standard, the One got a score of 12,389 while Antutu Benchmark resulted to a score of 21,982.

For graphics, Nenamark 2 showed a fast frame rate of 62.8fps.

The slightly lower score on Antutu is most probably due to the fact that the Snapdragon 600 is clocked at 1.7GHz and not the maximum 1.9GHz like in the S4 (the screenshot in Antutu is showing 1728MHz x 4 cores).


8 Responses to “HTC One: Antutu, Quadrant & Nenamark 2 Scores”

  1. Gilbert says:

    first….

  2. abuzalzal says:

    Real world difference vs the S4? Wala siguro
    Ok na sana ang HTC ONE, I can live with the overhyped puny pixel camera…kaso walang SD expansion slot aaaaarrrrrgghhh…..could’ve been THE perfect smartphone….antay na lng sa Note 3

  3. gene says:

    Interestingly the HTC is faster than the S4:

    via Gizmodo http://gizmodo.com/5995291/samsung-galaxy-s4-review-better-not-best?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_facebook&utm_source=gizmodo_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow>>>

    The HTC One has the exact same processor, but it’s only clocked to 1.7GHz. So the S4 should be faster, right? Wrong. Despite that fact that the S4 benchmarks better, the HTC One leaves the S4 in the dust in every practical way possible. The One boots up three times faster, navigates the UI quicker, scrolls smoother, opens apps speedier, and most importantly, takes photos with no shutter lag, whereas the Galaxy S4 generally takes about a second to fire off a shot.

  4. BRY says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWWYc7ICUxI boss sabi sa video link na toh may touch screen lag daw. how true is this?

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