Android devices come in all shapes and sizes. The latest trend is obviously having a phablet device that doubles up as a phone and a tablet. the market is littered with loads of them, but there are only a few that are cutting edge. Two of them that really run close to being crowned the best phablet on the planet are the Samsung Note II and the recently announced LG Optimus G Pro.
We have been using the device steadily over the past few days and we recently started a new section on Blogtechnika where we tested the benchmark scores of various devices. The first device to go through the test was the LG Nexus 4 here, and next in the cue is the phablet LG Optimus G Pro. Howe well does the device perform and score in the benchmark tests? Let’s dig in and find out:
Vellamo Test: Higher the score, better it is
Metal+HTML 5 scores compared
CF Bench Scores: Higher the Bar Graph, better the performance
Antutu Bench: Probably the most famous benchmark test for Android devices. Again, higher the score, better it is.
Linpack Scores: Both the Single thread and multi thread tests were performed
Quadrant Benchmark: Simply the most famous benchmark test there is.
Note: The results of the Quadrant benchmark really varied, we even had scores as high as 9000 and as low as 6000 and as a result, the average was around the 7300 mark.
Overall, the performance of the Optimus G Pro was consistent, and although we expected higher scores than we got, but guess the scores do not tell the whole story. It comes down to experience with the device and that has been pretty good. We will be putting up the full review of the G Pro soon, so stay tuned for that.
You can check out a short clip of the tests being performed here: