A new HTC quad core smartphone with 1080p display is said to have been revealed thanks to the GLBenchmark scores. This mystery HTC device sports the HTC6435 model number. The alleged HTC flagship, in addition to featuring state-of-the-art hardware is said to be running on Verizon’s network, though the details are a little scarce right now. The smartphone is believed to feature a quad core 1.5 GHz chip along with a 1794×1080 display with spacing for onscreen navigation buttons like the Galaxy Nexus. So taking the space for the navigation keys into account as well, it would give the smartphone a Full HD 1080p resolution.
If the GLBenchmark scores are anything to go by, it’s possible that the new device will not be any smaller than the HTC One X. In fact, it won’t be wrong to say that the device could feature a bigger display, something along the lines of the Galaxy Note. Alternatively, it is also believed that this could be a 7-inch tablet with onscreen buttons, something like the Nexus 7, so basically there are so many explanations as to what this new device could be and why. We can merely make speculations at this point of time as there are no specifics apart from the GLBenchmark scores. The GL Environment tab on GLBenchmark’s site shows the smartphone to be running on the quad core Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 chip, accompanied by an Adreno320 GPU to crunch those extra pixels without skipping a beat.
Scoring a whopping 13,685 on the GLBenchmark Egypt Offscreen 720p test, the device is in a class of its own. Looking at the scheme of things, this new HTC device could take a while to break cover. The device could well be the successor to Verizon’s HTC Rezound (HTC6425) if we go by the model number. The Rezound was one of the first HTC devices to pack an HD display. So a Full HD panel for the successor sounds just about right. We saw an AT&T bound HTC smartphone leak in a similar fashion with a slightly overclocked quad core CPU at 1.7 GHz. So it looks like HTC has all the carriers covered when it comes to this new smartphone. It shouldn’t be long till we hear of a Sprint bound quad core HTC smartphone.