HTC One S NenaMark2 benchmark displays superb results

February 23, 2012
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The HTC One S was unofficially confirmed yesterday through the leak of an internal T-Mobile document. The leak exposed a few accessories for three upcoming devices. Though termed the "HTC Ville", we know that refers to the HTC One S. Early NenaMark2 benchmark results have surfaced for the device, and they sure don't disappoint.

The One S is powered by a 1.5GHz Qualcomm S4 dual-core processor and full gig of RAM. This manages to land the device a superb 60.60fps NenaMark2 score. Other specs for the device include a 4.3" qHD display, Android 4.0 (ICS) with Sense 4.0 UI, 8MP rear shooter, HSPA+, and a 1,650 mAh battery.

This is the type of phone HTC fans have been waiting for; its got HTC's great build quality, ICS, and a super slim metal 8mm unibody. With the HTC One X and One V, the One S will be shown of this coming Sunday, February 26 at 8:30PM in MWC. Of course, we'll be there reporting live and will let you know anything and everything they unveil.

[via TmoNews]


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  • Hmm41

    “Hey look I got new quad core HTC it ….” ring ring …Sorry battery died

    • Alec Ritter

      You don’t know anything about Quad-Core processors,do you? They give atleast a 20% increase on battery. However, this is a quad core +1 processor. Meaning it has a fifth “companion core” that has a super low clock speed and is used when the other cores don’t need to be used, therefore saving battery life.