The recent news of the launch of HTC U, which is also known as the HTC U 11 on May 16 had already brought a wave of excitement among the tech geeks, but the recent benchmark reveals that this device is competing at a breakneck speed with Samsung Galaxy s8 and might have even surpassed at certain aspects.
The results that have emerged from the single core test are 1912, and that of the dual-core test is 6137, while in the case of the Galaxy S8, the results were 1916 and 6011 respectively. Though not much difference can be espied between the HTC U and Samsung Galaxy 8+, and they comprise of the same processors, i.e., Snapdragon 835 SoC, the Android base in HTC is Nougat, and it is accompanied by a massive 4GB RAM.
This is a smartphone that has been designed with the edge sensors and has been tested multiple times- which in turn has resulted in the sleek design of the phone.
This device is supposed to comprise of a 5.5-inch screen protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5- it will be available both in 4GB and 6GB variant. Consisting of Sony 16MP cameras both at the front and the back, this phone ensures brilliant picture quality and is power packed with a 3000mAh battery. Though HTC had lost its hold on the mobile market for quite some time, the new HTC U is definitely the one to give the major breakthrough needed for the brand.
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