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HTC One M9+ Supreme Camera Edition benchmarked on AnTuTu

HTC One M9+ Supreme Camera Edition benchmarked on AnTuTu
The revised HTC One M9+ Supreme Camera Edition has been benchmarked on AnTuTu. Unveiled earlier by HTC along with a version of the HTC Butterfly 3 for Taiwan, the device keeps the specs of the original HTC One M9+, which is to say that it has a 5.2-inch screen, and a 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution. It also features the MediaTek MT6795 SoC under the hood, with an octa-core 2.2GHz CPU and the PowerVR G6200 Rogue GPU. 3GB of RAM is inside, along with 32GB of native storage. Those requiring additional memory can turn to the micro SD slot. A 2840mAh battery keeps the power on.

Where the handset is vastly improved is with the rear-facing camera, which now has a 21MP sensor (vs. 20MP before). More importantly, the camera adds OIS to eliminate the shaky videos that often take place when recording on a smartphone. Also added is phase-detection autofocus, plus laser AF. The front-facing camera remains the same 4MP Ultrapixel camera that used to be on the back of the HTC One (M7) and HTC One (M8).

The phone is going to be available in Taiwan starting on October 15th, priced at the equivalent of $630 USD. A run through AnTuTu resulted in a score of 51,336 for the revised handset, which is a pretty good score. Compare that to the 40,698 allegedly scored on AnTuTu by the upcoming mid-range HTC One A9. Powered with a Snapdragon 617 SoC and carrying 2GB of RAM, this model is expected to be unveiled on October 20th and feature Android 6.0 pre-installed.

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source: TechGrapple

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