Now that we’ve seen the Samsung Galaxy S3 and tried how the Exynos 4 Quad performs, we tried running a couple f synthetic benchmarks on the handset to see how it fares.
We took three (3) of the most common benchmarks that we usually do when reviewing Android smartphones — Quadrant Standard, Antutu Benchmark and Nenamark 2 — with the latter focusing on the graphics performance of the smartphone.
The Quadrant Standard score that we got with one of the demo units was 5,130 — the highest we’ve seen in any smartphone we tested.
The Antutu Benchmark score of 10,148 is very close to the score of the NVidia Tegra 3 on the Transformer Prime.
The Nenamark 2 benchmark gives it a rating of 58.8fps which is the highest frames per second we’ve ever tested on any handset to date.
Though these are not really real-world tests, these numbers reflects what the Exynos 4 Quad fares compared to other handsets we’ve done the same exact benchmarks. So far, the Galaxy S3 is rocking it.