HTC One A9 will be a mid range Phone; AnTuTu benchmark suggests

Many hopeful HTC users might have been waiting for a high-end smartphone following details of HTC One A9. But fresh reports put the upcoming HTC devices not higher then mid-range. It appeared on benchmarking by AnTuTu for the expected One A9 smartphone.

HTC has been reported to bring the One A9 as its key smartphone model for this season. Therefore, expectations for a powerful high-end device have been at peak. But AnTuTu benchmark test doesn’t seem supporting such details. Here are the details examined by AnTuTu in its benchmark test on the One A9.

According to benchmark test of HTC One A9, the device will land with an average 5inch size screen. It will display results at resolution of 1080x1920pixels and pixel density of 441ppi. It shows an impressive but not high display which is accompanied by matching specs inside.

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Under the hood we find chipset of snapdragon 620 that comes with capacity of Octa-Core CPU. This sets quite fit in mid-range with certain other details internally. We can expect RAM up to 3GB with these specs. It will make a good working arrangement with 32GB and higher storage options.

With a perfect working environment under the hood the benchmark score of the One A9 is taken high with its camera. For instance, a 13megqapixel camera on rear is more than enough if we are judging it in mid-range. In addition you will find the average performing camera on front for selfies. It is kept a 5megapixel shooter which gives you good selfies and video calling experience.

These specs join up to make the score of 40,698 in benchmark test on AnTuTu. The details however seem to be of mid-range but the score make it competing with high-ends. There are also expectations for a larger device by HTC but nothing is confirmed yet.

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