This may be a silly, dumb question. But I want to know the reason why my Galaxy S4 (i9500) got lower benchmark score than the average. I use AnTuTu Benchmark and AnTuTu Benchmark X Editor. The first app I got 26075, the second app I got 23965.
In another example of how the user experience should be on the forefront of importance in terms of buying a phone and that specs are a thing of the past; it has come to light that Samsung is not the only one to pad their britches in terms of Benchmark scores.
New benchmark scores have surfaced on the GFXBench site showing the Nexus 5 is ready to jump into the fray against the top performing smartphones in terms of graphics capability. Currently only two scores have been posted, one for the T-Rex HD offscreen test and one for the Egypt HD offscreen test.
Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy S III is thought to be model number SCH-I535, which we saw in a user agent string earlier. Well now, a NenaMark benchmark has appeared for the SCH-I535, and by the looks of it, it’s definitely not the quad-core Exynos processor.