Motorola XT1058 blows away the competition with two graphics tests on a benchmark site

Motorola XT1058 blows away the competition with two graphics tests on a benchmark site
The unannounced Motorola XT1058 appears to be a version of the Motorola Ghost for AT&T. This is the English translation of the 'Obake' code name that showed up on the AnTuTu benchmark site. In other words, this is the eagerly awaited Motorola X phone that has been a major topic of discussion this year.

During the weekend, we told you that benchmark tests revealed that the Motorola X would not be a top of the line model, breaking no new ground and is actually the last phone that was in the Motorola pipeline when the company was acquired by Google. But a GFX benchmark test actually shows some outstanding graphics numbers for the phone.

The first test, GFXBench 2.7 T-Rex HD C24Z16, resulted in a score of 1485 frames (26.5fps) for the Motorola XT1058 that topped the 853 (15.2fps) scored by the HTC One and the 704 score (12.6fps) achieved by the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S4. A second test, GFXBench 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16, produced a score of 6078 (53.8fps) for the Motorola XT1058. The HTC One produced a score of 4133 (36.6fps) while the Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-i9500) tallied 4572 (40.5fps).
While these scores show outstanding graphics capabilities for the Motorola XT1058, benchmark scores can be faked. While our source tells us that a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro will be under the hood of the Motorola X phone, there is some speculation that a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor will lie inside the device. But that chip won't be ready until the end of the year while the Motorola X is expected to roll out as soon as July. Additionally, the benchmark tests show that the GPU on the phone is the Adreno 320 which matches up with the S4 Pro. Previous benchmark tests also show the phone carrying a 720p resolution screen and powered by Android 4.2.2.

source: GFXBench via AndroidAuthoirty

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