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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.

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