HTC One A9’s deca-core Helio X20 shows what it’s made of

The now stock list demoted Taiwanese company has teased us twice already first with a 6th of September poster, then going to say that it’ll be the 29th of the same month instead. Regardless of frustrating people, HTC is slated to launch two products during its “The World Best Meets The Best” event mentioned earlier. A promising candidate to make an appearance is the HTC One A9 (Aero) – a device that for the past few weeks leading up, has leaked quite a bit.

The main game changer for HTC latest device, could be the processor that runs it; an assumed Deca-core (10) Helio X20 MT6797 chipset. Created with a tri-cluster system, the chipset’s supposed stats has finally been seen successfully testing its capabilities on Geekbench; topping the former number one Exynos 7420 carrying Samsung Galaxy S6 (4,547) by 1,337 marks.


Other rumoured details of the smartphone include a 2.5D curve edged screen, that pushes a QHD resolution and protected by Gorilla Glass 4. It’s also purported to have 4GB of RAM and house an f/1.9 aperture camera (welcomed news, seeing that HTC’s cameras has suffered as of late).

HTC’s One A9 is likely to run Android 5.1 out of the box with the usual Sense skin on top and could prove to be a very powerful device. Although, scoring well on benchmarks don’t always translate to being an amazing device, we’ll wait for September 29th to confirm the rumours.