Friday, 4 May 2012

AnTuTu benchmark of the Galaxy S III and Meizu MX with quad-core Exynos shows 20% gain vs the HTC One X


We got a picture of the newly-announced Samsung Galaxy S III and the Meizu MX, both with a quad-core Exynos 4412 processor, sitting next to an HTC One X with a quad-core Tegra 3 processor. The Exynos-laden handsets scored about 20% higher on the complex AnTuTu Android benchmarking tool, confirming once again how powerful the 32nm chip in the Samsung Galaxy S III is.

AnTuTu benchmark of the Galaxy S III and Meizu MX with quad-core Exynos shows 20  gain vs the HTC One X
Granted, the battery level on the One X seems to be pretty low, but the Galaxy S III in the picture is likely still a non-final unit. Furthermore, some additonal testing that came out from last night showed that Samsung is right on track to stock the retail shelves with the most powerful phone out there.