Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S III gets benchmarked

Some leaked benchmarks of the Galaxy S III was spotted by an eagle eyed reader of PhoneArena, shows the GALAXY S III sporting a quad core Exynos 4412 chip that looks like it is the fastest Android based device, and probably the iPhone 4S, not by a bit, but  by a very big margin. In GLBenchmark 2.1.4 Egypt Offscreen, Samsung's GALAXY S II scores around 30fps, with HTC's One X which sports NVIDIA's top of the line quad core Tegra 3 SoC scoring around 65fps, but the GALAXY S III was just all out having 90fps or so. If these benchmarks are true the Galaxy S III will be about 3 times better than its predecessor. While performance and fps is all well and good, battery life is good, too. Apple's iPhone 4S will most likely have a better battery life thanks to Apple's closed off ecosystem, but Samsung's GALAXY S III should feature  the ability the GALAXY S II did, a removable cover which lets you swap batteries. As good as the iPhone is, you can't replace its battery for any reason, without voiding the warranty. Where with the Galaxy S III, you could just rip the back off and have a new, fully charged battery placed. 

Source: Tweaktown
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