Rightware, which includes various benchmarking suites has listed the yet-to-be-launched HTC One 2014 on its various benchmarks such as Basemark X, Basemark OS, and Browsermark. Notably, the benchmark results claim that the HTC's 2014 flagship smartphone is the fastest phone, when compared against the likes of Apple iPhone 5s and Nexus 5.
Further, Basemark X, which is a gaming performance benchmark test, lists the All New HTC One as the best gaming phone; leaving behind some heavyweights like Nokia Lumia 1520, Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z1.
It's worth pointing out that Rightware's official site has listed the All New HTC One as HTC M8.
In addition, the purported benchmark listings suggest that the new HTC flagship will pack a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 and sports a full-HD display.
Earlier leaks and rumours of the next-generation HTC One suggest that it would come with Android 4.4.2 KitKat; a 5-inch TFT display; 2GB of RAM; 4G LTE wireless network support; upper and the lower rear camera modules boasting 4-megapixel and 16-meapixel sensors respectively; 'UltraPixel' technology in the front-facing shooter; maximum expandable storage capacity of 64GB, and four colour variants - Black, Silver, Red and Gold.
HTC has already revealed that event would be live streamed and recently put up a teaser countdown clock on its official site for the event, scheduled on 25 March 2014.
On Monday, the All New HTC One was seemingly leaked in a 14-minute long walkthrough video.