By now we all know that the HTC All New One is the most anticipated phone of the year and so far we havent seen so many leaks for a smartphone and there seems to be no stopping to it. As the launch date is coming nearer, the leaks keep on increasing. This time we have a leaked photo which shows the AnTuTu test which was completed on the upcoming HTC flagship. This indicates that the new HTC phone has managed to beat the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Keeping in mind that the Galaxy Note 3 is an excellent phone and is the least bit slow, this is quite an achievement for the HTC phone. It has been rumored that the HTC All New One features the 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 (8974-AB). Along with the four Krait cores of the Snapdragon 801, there is also an Adreno 330 GPU and an impressive RAM of 2 GB. The phone will have an internal memory storage of either 32GB or 64GB. On the outter side, the phone will features a 5-inch 1080p flagship and will come in three colors of silver, grey and gold. The one feature that stands out is the dual camera dual LED camera setup.
A bunch of leaked photos shows off the dual rear cameras and one of these shows the phone from the top and we see the phone with a cool metallic accent with the Power/Lock key sitting on the top right side.
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