Sony Xperia S benchmark tests
0. phoneArena posted on 23 Feb 2012, 08:59
The long-awaited first dual-core phone from Sony, the Xperia S, keeps up with the manufacturer's tradition to use Qualcomm chipsets in its Android handsets, but we have the Snapdragon S3 in its maxed-out 1.5GHz variant in the Xperia S...
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1. 1701nino posted on 23 Feb 2012, 09:30 0 0
Wait???Isn't snapdragon S3 built on cortex A-8 architecture?
5. darac posted on 23 Feb 2012, 11:55 1 0
it is a heavily modified A8 core, called the Scorpion
9. weirdfisher posted on 23 Feb 2012, 19:34 0 0
That means it is not A9. No matter how heavy you modify
12. moosa.mahsoom posted on 24 Feb 2012, 06:52 0 0
bad move by sony....should have put a krait processor.....a modified Cortex A15.
2. snowgator posted on 23 Feb 2012, 09:46 6 0
Very excited to see how Sony performs on its own. Betting within a couple of years, Sony will be challenging for top Android performer.
6. darac posted on 23 Feb 2012, 12:04 3 0
so the S3 on Sony beats the galaxy sII and even the nexus on ICS hands down?
not bad for a "crapdragon".
i thought i'd pass this first generation of Sony dual cores, but now i just might end up buying one ..with ICS, xperia s should be as smooth as can be
13. Firedrops posted on 24 Feb 2012, 07:31 0 0
Then again, this benchmark is most probably ran on stock android, and if you're a viewer of this site, it's unlikely thatyour s2 runs on stock android.
7. Rayzin posted on 23 Feb 2012, 13:07 0 0
If that is beating the Galaxy Nexus shouldn't the Rezound be getting around the same score?
11. XiphiasGladius posted on 24 Feb 2012, 01:29 0 0
Could be if only HTC could optimize their chips the way SONY does right now. . .