Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE benchmark tests
As we’ve come to expect, Samsung’s Exynos processors have proven themselves as class leading thanks to their smooth operation and instantaneous response – and that’s exactly what we see out of the box with the Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE's performance. Naturally, for basic tasks, it handles them with almost no fluff at all, but we do notice just some hints of choppiness. Much like other Honeycomb tablets we’ve checked out, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE is stricken with pervasive levels of sluggishness and lag when using a graphically intensive live wallpaper. Honestly, it’s never to the point crawling, but its choppy movements across the homescreen undoubtedly diminishes its allure. We were expecting better results, but it’s still a tad bit too early to pass judgment.
Indicative of the results we’ve already seen by other devices flaunting the Exynos processor, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE is a hit with certain benchmark tests – such as Quadrant. Meanwhile, it’s still able to put up some commanding results with the other tests as well. As usual, obtaining high marks in benchmark tests doesn’t necessarily predict the actual performance of the tablet, for that though, we’ll be spending some additional quality time with it to see how it handles our daily requirements. So here are the results:
- AnTutu: 6,382
- Quadrant: 3,574 to 3,950
- Linpack: 70.749 MFLOPS at 2.38 seconds
- Neocore: 58 FPS
- Vellamo: 1,174
1. _idan_ (Posts: 10; Member since: 14 Feb 2012)
Where does it say it's Exynos? In the past if it had lte it was something else and not Exynos.
5. ph00ny (Posts: 606; Member since: 26 May 2011)
After seeing slashgear's review and finding out that it's using exynos instead of snapdragon, i went out and got one two days ago. It is exynos with mali400mp. It says exynos on samsung's website
CPU Samsung Exynos 4210 1.4GHz Dual-core
2. KingKurogiii (Posts: 5647; Member since: 23 Oct 2011)
so it is Exynos...interesting. Honeycomb is no doubt the reason for the choppiness you found.
4. JBz007 (Posts: 63; Member since: 02 Mar 2012)
Dang Asus is still kicking butt. Surely Samsung's next gen will be better but what will Asus be doing by then?