HTC 10: performance benchmarks

HTC 10: performance benchmarks

Yesterday, HTC has unveiled its new flagship smartphone HTC 10, which, as promised manufacturer, will “smooth and fast Android-smartphone “. We have already seen the results of testing the device in the synthetic benchmarks in the form of leaks and now we have the opportunity to look at the real performance of the smartphone.

HTC 10: performance benchmarks



New HTC 10 is equipped with a chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 820. The smartphone has four cores by custom Kryo, Adreno 530 graphics accelerator, and 4 GB of RAM. Kryo first two cores running at a clock frequency of 2.15 GHz, while another pair of frequency reaches 1.6 GHz.

HTC 10: performance benchmarks

Snapdragon 820 – one of the best solutions on the market that can compare with the processor from Apple. Single-core performance is crucial to the smooth operation of the operating system and targets 10 and HTC managed to score 2368 points in single-core GeekBench test.

HTC 10: performance benchmarks

Multicore result is not so impressive, because the processor of all four cores, while Kirin 955 Huawei P9, or Exynos chip inside the Galaxy S7 are eight cores. But given the number of cores, we could easily treat these results as excellent.

HTC 10: performance benchmarks

NTS 10 easily coped with AnTuTu 6 and surpassed the other competitors by a wide margin. Since HTC 10 has similar equipment with LG G5, it can be concluded that the optimization of the software are a very good tool to increase productivity.





As for the graphics tests, the smartphone has shown himself very well, ahead of the results of the recently announced LG G5 and Galaxy S7, but lost in some aspects Xiaomi Mi 5.

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