We’ve had over a dozen high-end phones reviewed and tested in the last couple of months, including the yet-to-be-released Samsung Galaxy S4. We gathered a lot of them and ranked each one based on their Quadrant and Antutu Benchmark scores.
Take note that all but one of the smartphones we included here have quad-core processors. Only the Motorola Razr i TX890 has a single Intel Atom processors while all the rest have either an NVidia Tegra 3, a Snapdragon S4 or Snapdragon 600, an Exynos4 and Exynos 5 chip as well as a custom Huawei K3V2 chip.
Here’s the chart showing all of them with their Quadrant scores:
Here’s the chart showing all of them with their Antutu scores:
The S4 maintained its lead in both benchmarks with its Snapdragon 600 chip. The Padfone 2, HTC Butterfly, Xperia Z and Optimus G all ranked close to each other with their Snapdragon S4 chip.
The Motorola Razr i XT890 fared really well despite its single-core processor, giving us an idea that number of cores does not generally translate to better performance.
* Note that scores from respective smartphones were taken during the time they were reviewed and as such, may have newer/better results (like the Galaxy S3 which was still on ICS when we made the review). We hope we can get an updated results from some of them that have newer firmwares and Android updates.