By now every Android fan knows that HTC released its 2013 flagship smartphone, the One, which we have thoroughly covered so far. It’s now time to take a look at the first benchmarks for the smartphone, and from the looks of it, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 is ready to kick some ass.
SlashGear has results the first benchmarks for the HTC One, including Quadrant and Sunspider. In both tests the phone performed admirably and it looks like the HTC One is ready to put a tough fight when it comes to this year top performing devices.
In Quadrant, the phone scored 12,417. Comparatively, the HTC One X scored less than 5,000, same as the Google Nexus 4. Looking at individual scores, the HTC One hit 37,304 (CPU), 10,922 (memory) and 10,566 (I/O) while the Nexus 4 gets much lower numbers: 10,687 (CPU), 7,612 (memory) and 4,340 (I/O).
In Sunspider browser test, the HTC One scored 1195.2ms, lower than the HTC One X+ (1215.4ms,) but higher than Galaxy S3 (1082.2ms) – in this test lower is better.
These are preliminary tests and things could improve by the time the HTC One hits stores, but it’s clear that its Snapdragon 600 with four Krait 300 processors and Adreno 320 GPU means business.