LG G Pro 2 benchmarked, doesn't impress

LG G Pro 2 benchmarked, doesn't impress
We finally got to spend some quality time with a retail-grade version of the G Pro 2, LG's hot new phablet, and among the first things we decided to run this badbig boy through was a series of performance benchmarks. Not that those ubiquitous benchmark apps are the exclusive method for us to determine the speed and power of a smartphone, but hey, they do tend to help a lot in providing a relatively accurate numerical representation of performance and under-the-hood prowess.

So, how's the Snapdragon 800-powered LG G Pro 2 doing in those benchmarks? Well, to cut a long story short, it's doing fine, but not great. Actually, it seems to struggle reaching the same superb level of results that last year's G2 managed. When compared to some other offerings in the same class, things look pretty similar, as it doesn't prove to able of elevating itself above the others.

Take a look at the benchmark results below and compare the LG G Pro 2 benchmarks to those of the competition!

QuadrantHigher is better
LG G Pro 219490
LG G220654
Sony Xperia Z120277
Samsung Galaxy Note322270
Samsung Galaxy S412078
AnTuTuHigher is better
LG G Pro 228615
LG G235376
Sony Xperia Z130838
Samsung Galaxy Note331543
Samsung Galaxy S424701
GFXBench T-Rex HD on-screenHigher is better
LG G Pro 223.8
LG G221
Sony Xperia Z123
Samsung Galaxy Note326
Samsung Galaxy S416
Basemark X 1.1Higher is better
LG G Pro 221123
Sony Xperia Z121739
Samsung Galaxy Note314454

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