The HTC U 11 (also known as the HTC Ocean) has been posted a lot on this site recently with tons of rumours and leaks to go through, it has quickly become one of the most-rumoured smartphones of the year.

Today we have received possibly the biggest leak so far, benchmarks for the smartphone have been posted on the benchmarking application, Geekbemch.

It was logged under the named HTC CBP and received a single core score of 1,912 and a multi-core score of 6,137 on the application.

That puts it at a similar footing to the recently released Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.

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Elsewhere in the benchmark, we can see a Snapdragon 825 CPU from Qualcomm, Android 7.1.1 pre-installed, and 4GB of RAM.

That’s pretty much what we have heard from the previous rumours of the year.

One feature that we have heard about but was not featured in the benchmark in the new “squeeze” control, which will reportedly allow users to grip the sides of the device to make selections and scroll through menus.

We have seen this in rumours, and HTC themselves have been teasing it.

Rumours have also mentioned that the smartphone will feature a 5.5-inch display, and possibly even a second-screen, as was featured on the HTC U Ultra, however, this is all just a rumour so far.

The official stuff should come from HTC’s event, which is set for May 16th at 7 AM UK time.

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