While the newly launched HTC One X+ did not get any cosmetic upgrades, the internal hardware got pretty much all of the new stuff. A generous 64GB storage and the new 1.7GHz quad-core processor from NVidia took the spotlight. So we head out to benchmark a demo unit at the event yesterday.
We ran Quadrant Standard on the One X+ and was surprised to see a score of 6,384, the highest we’ve seen on any smartphone we’ve tested. The old HTC One X got a Quadrant score of 4,595. That’s almost 39% increase in performance.
As for Antutu Benchmark, the One X+ got a score of 11,945. The old unit scored 11,367 so the One X+ didn’t really improved much from that end.
As for NenaMark 2, the One X+ got a top score of 57.1fps which is also among the highest we’ve seen so far. The old One X scored 47.7fps before so that puts the One X+ to about 20% improved frame rate.
With the benchmark results we took above, the HTC One X+ is hitting the same, and sometimes better, results compared to the Galaxy S3.