Dec 29 AT 1:52 PM Nick Gray 4 Comments

Rumored HTC Hima specs leaked again, this time by AnTuTu


The Android community has a love/hate relationship with benchmark apps, but most of us tend to give them a pass when the reveal details about devices that have yet to be announced. The AnTuTu benchmark app has seemingly confirmed many of the specs of HTC’s replacement for the HTC One (M8), the HTC Hima.

The AnTuTu device profile for the “HTC6535LVW (hima)” lists a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC, Adreno 430 GPU, 5-inch 1920×1080 display, 13-megapixel front-facing camera, 20.7-megapixel rear camera and 3GB of RAM. If you’ve been keeping up on your HTC Hima leaks, you’ll notice that the details shared by AnTuTu match up pretty nicely with what @upleaks has shared so far

While the Snapdragon 810 SoC will be cutting edge, all the other rumored HTC Hima specs are in line with what we’ve seen from other flagship phones in the second half of 2014. If the rumors turn out to be accurate, the HTC Hima will certainly be a fast phone, but it may not be as cutting edge as previous flagship phones from HTC.

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. Nick joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • Subx

    How will it not be “as cutting edge” as previous flagships when it contains completely updated specs?

    What a strange comment! To me it will be superior as with all HTC One phones.

    • Juan

      I think what he means is when the other two HTC One phones came out they didn’t have any current competion when it came to specs. These current specs, he says, are already on other phones. Yes, they’re better than the current HTC One phones, but “not as cutting edge” as current phones.

  • ddroid45

    Only reason you saying it won’t be cutting edge because it won’t have some un-needed 2k and 3gig of ram, which is more than enough to outperform the likes of Samsung upcoming flagship

  • Subx

    I agree. If you a referring to other phones having 4k screens as such then that is a stupid argument.

    4k on a screen of 5 to even 10 inches is in no way, needed. It is a simple fact that the human eye cannot differentiate between full HD and 4k as those sizes. Not only that, as it has been stated many many times before, the power needed for 4k will drain a battery much much faster so what is the point?

    It has also been stated that any more than 3gb of RAM for Android is useless. We all know KitKat can run on low specs and it was designed that way. So why put more money into the production of a phone when it is simply not needed? It is a phone, not a V8 car!

    While can get where you are coming from with your “cutting edge” statement as it was explained you are probably comparing it to other OEMs currently out there however, what more can you really do? It is a 5-6 inch device you carry in your hand.