The new Sony Xperia T
flagship, its TX variant
, and the Xperia V
waterproof handset all sport a 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, but what if they get measured up to the current quad-core crop?
Well, Benchmark Pi, which doesn't take into account multicore chips, just the CPU core type, shows Qualcomm's "Krait" is a pretty capable calculations junkie, whereas Quadrant, which does take dual-core into account, also gave its higher scores to Sony's handsets.
As for the graphics test, the Xperia T, TX and V are sporting Adreno 225, and eke out the 60 fps cap at the NenaMark 2 graphics test, followed closely by the others, save for the Tegra 3 handsets, whose silicon is made with the older, 40nm process, rather than 28nm of the S4, or 32nm of the Exynos 4412 in the Galaxy S III