LG G Pro 2's early benchmark results are here: Quadrant, AnTuTu, GFXBench and more
But for our high expectations to be met, the G Pro 2 will need to prove itself on more than one front. One particular area of paramount importance with consumers is, unsurprisingly, performance, which is why we made sure to arrange for a second date with LG's new phablet and prepared our on-site suite of benchmarking tools. Even before we reached LG's booth, we were feeling quite optimistic about the scores that we can expect from the G Pro 2, seeing as it is packing quite the hardware configuration. That time-tested quad-core Snapdragon 800 never disappointed in the past, and the whopping 3 gigs of RAM on board surely can't hurt.
And hurt it didn't. In fact, the entire process was absolutely pain-free, with the G Pro 2 showing no signs of strains whatsoever. The scores it achieved, while admirable already, should be taken with a note. It reads: this is non-final, pre-production unit, so keep that in mind. But enough talk, check the results right below.