HTC Looks to Crush Galaxy S3 With Powerful Verizon Smartphone
Two powerful HTC devices showed up in Benchmarks this week, with one of them being a smartphone to be released on Verizon.
This device surfaced on the popular GLBenchmark tool website and its model number is HTC6435, which seems to make it a follow-up smartphone to the HTC Rezound "HTC6425."
The GLBenchmark also revealed that this new HTC handset features a 1.5GHz processor, different from the Snapdragon S4 included on the Ice Cream Sandwich-powered One X smartphone released earlier this year on AT&T.
This device even topped the S4 chipset, with more than 120 FPS in the Egypt Offscreen and Pro 720p tests.
It also reportedly features a display with a 1794 x 1080 resolution, which means it will be 1080p.
Verizon Wireless is rumored to be the carrier to offer the new HTC handset, so it will most likely be a 4G LTE device on par with the One X, Galaxy S3, and upcoming iPhone.
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This HTC smartphone is not the only device to surface recently from the mobile device manufacturer.
A quad-core powered tablet also appeared in benchmarks this week that looks like it could be a valid competitor for the Google Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire.
The slate is reportedly called the HTC Vertex and features a quad-core 1.3GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 chip with a display that has 1280 x 752 pixels resolution. This means it will also be an HD device.
It also runs Android 4.0.3, Ice Cream Sandwich and has Sense 4.0. Its screen size is currently unknown.
The company has already enjoyed much success with the new One series line of smartphones that introduced Ice Cream Sandwich to HTC users. It looks like it may have two more winners waiting in the wings for the end of 2012.