Thanks to its zippy 1GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor chugging along under its hood with 1GB of RAM, we’ve seen the Motorola ATRIX 4G fly by in almost every action we placed it through in our review, but now it’s time to get down and dirty with actual benchmark figures.
Specifically, we ran the Quadrant Benchmark app a few times which yielded results between 1900 and 2400, but with our last test, we managed to obtain a stunning score of 2466. Finally, we decided to run the AnTutu System Benchmark, and it posted the following: Memory 348, CPU Integer 673, CPU Float 481, 2D Graphics 149, 3D Graphics 159, Database I/O 30, SD Card Write 83 (8.3 MB/s), SD Card Read 160 (16.0 MB/s). However, it’s worth noting that we used a 1GB microSD card for the test.
All in all, it definitely packs quite a wallop that will give other devices a run for their money – but we’d only imagine how much better it will be with Gingerbread. So what have you gotten with your Motorola ATRIX 4G?