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Samsung Galaxy S3 Benchmark Results




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.



Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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22 Responses

  1. Jam says:

    Wow. This is really impressive. Another thing na nakakaamaze eh yung graphics, I mean the way the motion of graphics were. As based sa mga napanood ko. Hindi gaya nung dati sa SII napaka stable. Wala man lang motion kapag nagnanavigate ka. Boring. But now this is more than what a smartphone should be. I’m in love with it.

  2. Jam says:

    btw sir yuga wala parin po bang update sa price? Please iupdate niyo kami dun hehehe. :)

  3. Performance wise, expected ang upgrade in performance. Design-wise, lalo pa syang gumanda – bagay plaang curves sa S3 :D Magiging magkano nlng kaya ang S2 ngayun? :D

  4. Kevin says:

    I’m replacing my “new” SGS2 with this beautiful beast definitely this Christmas =)

  5. 60ib8axj3hx3 says:

    文章写的不错,支持一个!

  6. John says:

    These benchmarks don’t really matter at all. It’s all about the customer’s experience and I’m pointing that out to the Lumia 900. This is marketing.

  7. Kulam says:

    Impressive.but the form factor is not cutting edge.kinda leaning towards the HTC One X.what do you guys think?

    • dj says:

      If you can live with slightly lower performance, nonremoveable battery and no sdcard slot, youre good with the htc one x. Price of the S3 isnt known yet, if i were you, id wait and see what the s3 is capable of once reviews flood news. the new Touchwiz is intruiging me at the moment.its full of software tweaks concentrated from gestures and human interactions unlike sense 4’s which concentrated with fancy animations and cool graphical presentation instead of adding new functionalities absent from ice cream sandwich.

    • John says:

      The HTC One X in all seriousness. You won’t regret it for sure !

    • Kulam says:

      Plus points for the SGS3 for having removable memory and battery.will definitely await the countless reviews pitting the two phones against each other in the near future,as i am looking into these phones to upgrade myself from Symbian to the Android Virgin territory!

  8. steelicon says:

    Expect this device to be in the PHP 30K+ range, without taxes.

  9. Mike says:

    Next rumor Samsung I9800, already wifi & bluetooth certified. May be panapat nila sa Iphone 5. Galaxy S3 is just the beginning.

    • John says:

      Which definitely looks better than the S III !! That, my dear friend, is the Galaxy Note II.

  10. Bip says:

    Woah it looks like a PSP.

  11. aze says:

    i’d prefer htc one x for looks. badtrip lang walang expandable memory. hasyt.

  12. Arnee Dasig says:

    totally impressive!probably the smartest on all smart phones!!!!

  13. mom says:

    Benchmark? E in a few years, octo-core na ang mga Android phones pero likely laggy pa rin.

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