Samsung ATIV Q AnTuTu score shatters all records: Core i5 benchmarked

Samsung ATIV Q AnTuTu score shatters all records: Core i5 benchmarked
The Samsung ATIV Q notebook/convertible shocked us with the most detailed screen we’ve ever screen on such a device, and with the fact that it runs both Windows 8 and Android in a dual-boot configuration. 

The device is - of course - powered by an Intel Core series chip and it’s the Core i5-4200U with Intel HD 4400 integrated graphics. And it runs Android. You know what this means?

That’s right, you can run standard Android benchmarks and compare the performance of an Intel Core chip against that of an ARM-based one like the upcoming Snapdragon 800.

Of course, the Intel Core i5 with 4GB of RAM is much faster (and power-hungrier), but how much exactly? We’ll let the AnTuTu score explain it all: 54 861.

In contrast, rumored Snapdragon 800 devices have leaked out scoring around 33 000 points. That means the Core i5 chip is around 60% faster.

There is little comparison between a full-fledged 13.3-inch laptop/convertible with a 1.6GHz quad dual-core Core i5 like the Samsung Ativ Q with its resolution of 3200 x 1800 pixels and Android tablets, but it’s useful for taking things into context. The Ativ Q was announced on June 20th and should be coming to stores soon bringing typical Samsung functionality like the S Pen and SideSync.

source: ePrice

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