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Nvidia Tegra 4 Benchmark Results 42

adeelarshad82 writes "Needless to say, the march of processor speeds always continues. However, Nvidia Tegra 4's benchmark results are off the charts. Comparing the results against several other phones, it was evident that Tegra 4 will make for the fastest mobile phones yet. For instance when benchmarked against iPhone 5, results showed 1640 on Geekbench and 27 fps on GLBenchmark's Egypt HD offscreen benchmark. Whereas the Tegra 4 scores 4148 on Geekbench and 57 fps on the Egypt HD. Of course, the competition isn't standing still, either. Qualcomm is countering the Tegra 4 with its Snapdragon 800, which the company claims is even faster than the Tegra 4. And at the same time Samsung is readying the Exynos 5 Octa."
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Nvidia Tegra 4 Benchmark Results

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  • by suprcvic ( 684521 ) on Monday February 25, 2013 @11:37AM (#43003295)
    Could these recent mobile phone processors be adapted to the desktop?
  • by Taco Cowboy ( 5327 ) on Monday February 25, 2013 @11:42AM (#43003365) Journal

    It's tempting to compare the speed of GPU/CPU on the smartphone, but as we all know, most of the apps out there have yet to tap out the power of quad-core CPU/GPU

    On the other hand, what really counts is the staying power, ie., how long the battery can last

    You can have the fastest phone there is, if it won't give the user hours and hours of usage without a recharging, that phone is next to useless

    My suggestion, hence, is that next time they want to compare how good such-and-such phone is, or how fast this phone versus that, please include how long can one single full-charge of the battery can power at the top-most speed rating

    Thank you !!

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