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LTE Galaxy Nexus 4.2.2 does well on benchmarks

Here are some recent benchmark scores for my stock Samsung Galaxy Nexus LTE i515-4.2.2 (build: JDQ39) dual core ARMv7 processor rev10 Mhz.

Eight Android benchmark apps were selected from the best reviews and we're used to compare the performance of the stock Galaxy Nexus i515 against other variants of the Samsung GNex smartphone as well as other phone/tablet devices with similar or competing operating systems.

All in all the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4.2.2 scored generally higher than the 4.1.1 versions except for those variants with processors of faster clock speeds (1500-1800 Mhz).

I invite others to publish their benchmark scores, stating their particular device information (model, OS version, build number, CPU model and clock speed, etc) and indicating whether device is stock or rooted.


AnTuTu v3.3

(best score: 7508)

CF-Bench v1.2

(best score/NATIVE: 10901)

(best score/JAVA: 3359)

(best score/OVERALL: 6375)

CPU Prime v1.2.1

(best score: 1509)

4Gmark v1.0.5

(best score/FULL: 7545)

Geekbench v2.0

(best score: 1101)

NenaMark2 v2.4

(best score: 28.8fps)

Quadrant Advanced v2.1.1

(best score: 2365)

Vellamo v2.0.2

(best score/HTML5: 1362)

(best score/METAL: 403)


JB McDroid 4.2.2