HTC Marlin Spotted on AnTuTu Benchmark Tests

HTC Marlin

HTC and Google are on the verge of launching the new generation of Nexus smartphones.It has already been leaked that the devices will be called as Marlin and Sailfish.

Only a few days ago, the HTC Sailfish was spotted in benchmark tests. It was clear from the outcome that the HTC Sailfish will be a mid-range device to support the HTC Marlin. Now, the HTC Marlin has been spotted on AnTuTu benchmark tests with revealed that it will be a proper high-end device to challenge the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG G5.

Specifications of the upcoming HTC Marlin are not new since they have been leaked quite a while ago, but this is probably the best confirmation of the same. HTC Marlin will sport a 5.5 inch display with Quad HD resolution.It is the finest resolution levels, which not compromise on the battery life, available now and HTC Marlin will be able to challenge high-end devices from Samsung and Apple due to this aspect. The 5.5-inch screen size has become the preferred choice for high-end phones since it provides a decent mix of user friendliness and large screen real estate.

HTC Marlin Spotted on AnTuTu Benchmark Tests

A snapdragon 820 processor is the best that is available now. It does not have any of the overheating issues plagued by the previous generation. Coupled with 4 GB of RAM, this processor is designed to provide the best in terms of performance on the HTC Marlin. Following the launch of phones with 6 GB of RAM like the OnePlus 3, there is a tendency for the 4 GB of RAM to feel slow in comparison. This, however, is not the case since this quantity of RAM only suffers when multitasking with high end games is called upon.

A 13-megapixel rear camera should be of high standards as will be the eight-megapixel shooter in the rear. The overwhelming popularity of selfies mean that it may not be long before the front and rear cameras employ a similar megapixel count. One of the disappointing elements of the HTC Sailfish was the mediocre battery size, which seems to be a deliberate action. The HTC Marlin feels like a proper high-end device only because of the 3450 mAh battery, which is more than sufficient enough to handle the incredible power of the device for more than a day. Fast charging is expected to be standard.

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