HTC recently announced an April 12 event that’ll likely bring the official reveal of the HTC 10, but it’s also continued to tease its upcoming Android flagship ahead of the event. The rumor mill has continued to leak the HTC 10 ahead of its official reveal, too.
An image that claims to show the front of an HTC has been shared by Phone Arena. The image was apparently taken by someone in Taiwan, HTC’s home country, and it shows the HTC 10 after taking an AnTuTu benchmark test. As you can see, the HTC 10 allegedly put up a score of 156091.
As a reminder, the HTC 10 is rumored to include a 5.1-inch 2560x1440 display, Snapdragon 820 processor, and 4GB of RAM. If it does indeed come to market packing an SD820 and 4GB of RAM, it’s likely that the HTC 10 will be able to handle just about anything you throw at it. Still, some folks might be interested to see this AnTuTu score. Just keep in mind that this is still an unannounced device running what is likely not final software.
With less than one month to go before the HTC 10 is finally unveiled, are you looking forward to HTC’s next big Android phone?