HTC device with a MEDIATEK HELIO P35 shows up on GEEKBENCH

HTC Corporation is crowned with the title of the initiation of smartphone manufacturing. The Taiwanese telecommunication company is the maker of the first ever commercially available Android phone. But, just when the company was being considered to have fallen behind in the fast-paced race of this era, the company shows up with a new model. Although HTC is facing declining smartphones sale in the last few quarters, it is back. The firm recently confirmed that it is still in the mobile business, with plans for a second-generation blockchain phone and also leverage on the 5G network.


While it hasn’t released a timeline for its plans, an unknown HTC phone has appeared on the site signaling a possible release. The unknown phone has the model number HTC2Q741. The smartphone is said to be built around the MediaTek Helio P35. Moreover, it will be backed by 6GB of RAM and could ship with the latest Android 9 Pie operating system.


As of now, there is no information on what could be the marketing name of the device. However, the device could be a market specific variant of an unknown HTC phone previously spotted on the same Geekbench. It appeared with a Snapdragon 710 CPU and 6GB of RAM.