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HTC One (M8) AnTuTu, Quadrant and other benchmark scores

HTC One (M8) AnTuTu, Quadrant and other benchmark scores
The new HTC One (M8) will have two Snapdragon 801 chipset versions for different geographical regions. The US and Europe will be getting the 2.3 GHz variant, with the same Qualcomm MSM8974AB processor that is in the Xperia Z2, while Asia will be shaking it with a 2.5 GHz MSM8974AC chipset, like the one in the Galaxy S5.

Needless to say, our benchmarks are based on the 2.3 GHz version, so they are likely to be a bit shy of what the 2.5 GHz HTC One can score. Still, the numbers are pretty impressive, as the new HTC One scores on equal footing with the Xperia Z2 flagship that sports 3 GB of DDR3 RAM. 

Thus, with HTC's new handset you are unlikely to feel underpowered, even in demanding 3D Android games, so the new One turns out to be a pretty futureproof device, in terms of processing power at least. Not that last year's One is a slouch, but it warms your heart to know that you are carrying a handset that can stand its ground against the best of the seasonal crop.

Performance benchmarks

Quadrant
Higher is better
Samsung Galaxy S5 25041
LG G2 20654
Sony Xperia Z1 20277
LG G Pro 2 19490
HTC One (M8) 19139
Sony Xperia Z2 18584
HTC One 12481
AnTuTu
Higher is better
Samsung Galaxy S5 36603
LG G2 35376
Sony Xperia Z1 30838
LG G Pro 2 28615
HTC One (M8) 31075
Sony Xperia Z2 34088
HTC One 23308
Vellamo Metal
Higher is better
Samsung Galaxy S5 1186
LG G2 1229
Sony Xperia Z1 1115
LG G Pro 2 1269
HTC One (M8) 1171
Sony Xperia Z2 1177
HTC One 781
Vellamo HTML 5
Higher is better
Samsung Galaxy S5 1632
LG G2 2951
Sony Xperia Z1 2889
LG G Pro 2 1692
HTC One (M8) 1673
Sony Xperia Z2 1584
HTC One 2395
Sunspider
Lower is better
Samsung Galaxy S5 777.3
LG G2 932.8
Sony Xperia Z1 746.2
LG G Pro 2 818.3
HTC One (M8) 693.1
Sony Xperia Z2 925.4
HTC One 977.9
GFXBench Manhattan on-screen
Higher is better
Samsung Galaxy S5 11.7
Sony Xperia Z1 9.57
LG G Pro 2 8.9
HTC One (M8) 11
Sony Xperia Z2 12.4
HTC One 4.9
Basemark OS II
Higher is better
Samsung Galaxy S5 1054
LG G2 772
Sony Xperia Z1 927.6
LG G Pro 2 1050.6
HTC One (M8) 1071
Sony Xperia Z2 1207
HTC One 755.3
Basemark X on-screen
Higher is better
LG G2 14.662
Sony Xperia Z1 17.007
HTC One 8.236
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posted on 25 Mar 2014, 10:58 9

1. TechFreak123 (Posts: 85; Member since: 25 Feb 2014)


MSM8974AB processor with 2GB LPDDR2 RAM is not at all future proof.

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 10:59 3

2. _Bone_ (Posts: 2135; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)


Not as futureproof as he S5 Octa (Exynos 5422), that's for sure

http://m.f5.img.vnexpress.net/2014/03/24/S10-9817-1395657970.jpg
http://m.f5.img.vnexpress.net/2014/03/24/S11-9250-1395657970.jpg

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 11:00 4

4. PapaSmurf (Posts: 8614; Member since: 14 May 2012)


They used the same DDR2 RAM from last year. :/

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 11:16

9. sgodsell (Posts: 1289; Member since: 16 Mar 2013)


They should have used LPDDR3-1600 ram on newer smartphones.

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 13:26

16. Arte-8800 (banned) (Posts: 4562; Member since: 13 Mar 2014)


or the LPDDR4 by Samsung

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 14:16

17. JMartin22 (Posts: 1221; Member since: 30 Apr 2013)


LDDR4 is going to be reserved for the Note 4 the earliest or the S6 the latest, that's what I think. It will be faster and more energy efficient to the battery.

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 14:33 3

18. Berzerk000 (Posts: 4069; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)


Anandtech says they used DDR3 this year.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/7892/htc-launches-the-one-2014-formerly-m8

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 11:00 1

3. aayupanday (Posts: 517; Member since: 28 Jun 2012)


I'll wait for LG G3

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 11:01 4

5. PapaSmurf (Posts: 8614; Member since: 14 May 2012)


The G2 and Z1 did better than the M8 in half the tests...

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 14:35

19. Berzerk000 (Posts: 4069; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)


Yeah, something is wrong. The G Pro 2 lost to the Z1 and G2 as well.

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 11:01

6. tjdcks1245 (Posts: 5; Member since: 19 Feb 2014)


htc hardware design is steel suck...

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 11:14

8. sgodsell (Posts: 1289; Member since: 16 Mar 2013)


So tell me why did the HTC design for the HTC one win all kinds of awards for 2013? Even phonearena gave the award to the HTC one for the best designed smartphone for 2013, along with numerous others.

posted on 26 Mar 2014, 08:05

22. tjdcks1245 (Posts: 5; Member since: 19 Feb 2014)


whatever people doesn't buy H!T!C!

and HTC design is suck

why?

posted on 26 Mar 2014, 08:08

23. tjdcks1245 (Posts: 5; Member since: 19 Feb 2014)


did you see the ifixit htc exploded view?

and

did you see the anyother samsung exploded view?

htc doesn't have any technical skills

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 11:09

7. Martin_Cooper (Posts: 459; Member since: 30 Jul 2013)


My LGG2 rocks in the benchmarks, in REAL life usage it lags lots of times, when i open 5-6 apps it lags even more. I don't think benchmarks mean anything when real life usage does not represent them. The iphone 4S which is crap in benchmarks outperforms my G2 in real life usage as I have tested it with a friend.

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 11:24 1

10. Astoni (Posts: 529; Member since: 28 Sep 2013)


LG g2 is pretty smooth alteast the one i tried.. and it Kinda sh*ts on 4s in terms of preformance, also it has a FHD screen not Sub-hd..

The only thing 4s has over g2 is beauty of the build and premium feel...

It feels like you're lying your a** off on this post since you're Apple all the way.

But yes benchmarks dosen't mean sh*t, of course its nice if the phone scores 30k while a cheaper phones score only 5k cause that means it will run a hell of alot better on games but dosen't mean it will drain 2x bettery and lagg on norma UI interface. (not saying G2 drains battery since it has nr.1 betterytime of smartphones yet)

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 12:30

13. Martin_Cooper (Posts: 459; Member since: 30 Jul 2013)


I have G2 for over 4 months. I tested it next to 4S and 4S doesnt lag as much as my G2 does. How am I apple fan when I sold the iphone 5 to get the G2 which i love so much? Unlike you I am open minded and I would buy WP8, iOS, android if I like it.

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 12:50 2

15. Astoni (Posts: 529; Member since: 28 Sep 2013)


Sorry but 5/6 posts i've seen from you so far has been Pure Fanboy BS..

how do you know I'm not "open minded" as you say?. Do you even know what platforms i use at all?.

I currently own Z1,Ipad gen 4 (waiting for next gen Air) an older 4s still on ios 6 cause i havent used it since i switched from 4s to GS3 later z1 (never said it lagged btw (4s)) also soon getting a newely ordered 520 cause i need a cheap phone for work and i wanted to test out WP.

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 11:51

11. Arte-8800 (banned) (Posts: 4562; Member since: 13 Mar 2014)


ios has a light os vs android is a heavy resource platform, like macosx is light vs w8 is a heavyplatform.

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 12:25 1

12. Muayyad (Posts: 127; Member since: 05 Oct 2012)


Get an HTC one and forget about lag.

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 12:31

14. LeBrownJames (Posts: 154; Member since: 17 Mar 2014)


M8 gets toe to toe with Z1 but they were all beaten by G2. I guess Z2 will outperform them all.

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 16:51

20. true1984 (Posts: 592; Member since: 23 May 2012)


why were the benchmarks better at gsmarena?

posted on 25 Mar 2014, 17:04

21. koko1 (Posts: 98; Member since: 03 Dec 2013)


htc is the worst device so far this yea
no good preformans and camera so far till now !!

posted on 27 Mar 2014, 11:27

24. fernandosor (Posts: 1; Member since: 27 Mar 2014)


this is an absolute garbage post. IM not sure where you are getting your information OP but the HTC one m8 averages between 24000 and 25000 on Quadrant and 36000 and 37000 on antutu. it is actually leading all phones on those two tests. This is common knowledge on REPUTABLE websites.

Please fact check your work. Amatuer Journalism.

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