Upcoming HTC One A9 Gets Monster Processor with 10 Cores

HTC’s next top model, which is expected to be named One A9, will be according to a speed test equipped with a megaprocessor with the entire 10 pips.

Taiwanese HTC is in a fateful period of poor sales figures and accounts, where the expectations for the next top model is soaring. Now several of the specifications revealed in a speed test, pointing to hardware from absolutely top shelf.

The top model, known under the code name Aero and the latest model name One A9, have appeared in a speed test or in a so-called benchmark in program Geekbench. Geekbench is an app for Android, which, among other things, the performance of the processor is measured-and it certainly look promising for HTC’s next top model, which should rectify the blunder with One M9.

In the test shows a processor with the name MT6797, which in other words is MediaTek Helio X 20. It is the first processor in the industry, which consists of a treopdelt architecture of the kernels. That is for all 10 of its kind, which operates the phone. Splitting sounds on 4 x 4 x 2 processor cores, which with its performance running at different speeds and different needs.

More important, of course, is how well the processor actually faring. Geekbench detects two things: the performance of a single processor core and overall performance of them all. The performance of the individual cores rows to 1,835 points, which is enough for both to give all competitors as Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge, Note 5, iPhone 6, 6 Plus and its predecessor the M9 rear wheel with a relatively large head start.

You look at the overall results, when all 10 cores are counted, impresses One A9 specific also. Here sounds result in entire 5,884 points, which is 1,500 points more than Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, which is considered as the powerful smartphone at this time.

Get the whole 4 GB RAM

Eventually reveals the test also, that it is equipped with 3,864 MB available RAM, which means 4 GB RAM – just as it is seen in several of the recent competitors. Whether it will be the most frequently used LP-DDR3-type or the new and twice as fast LP-DDR4-type, not yet known.

As always, it is important to take these speed tests with a grain of salt, as there is a risk that they are either manipulated or showing incorrect results, because it can be prototypes.