Leaks, leaks and more leaks – that's what we've had regarding the All New HTC One – and another one has popped up just before the launch.
We've only just reported on the premature publishing of the official spec list by Rogers, a Canadian carrier, which "confirmed" many details of the spec which we've previously heard via various leaks.
And this new piece of spillage concerns the graphics performance of the new HTC One, and the fact that it will apparently be the fastest handset on the market when it goes on sale later today.
According to Rightware (via the IB Times), the HTC One hits an average score of 26,328 in its Basemark X benchmark, which pushes a handset's graphics capabilities. That's faster than the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Sony Xperia Z2 – although the latter beats the HTC One into second place in the general performance Basemark test.
However, the new HTC One's results are based on just 11 tests, so that's not much of a spread – and we can take the findings with a pinch of the white stuff.
Speculation now has it that the One will boast a Snapdragon 801 CPU, and if that's the case, you can certainly expect a powerful gaming (and general) performance, one way or another.
If you want to watch the launch of HTC's new flagship handset live, you can see how to do so here – or you can follow our live blog coverage for a full blow-by-blow analysis and commentary. The launch kicks off at 15:00 UK time. Be there, or be... well, decidedly uninformed about HTC's next smartphone.