LG Optimus 2X Rocks Quadrant Benchmark

January 14, 2011
4

So this new superphone by the name of LG Optimus 2x - you know the one. A group under the name Techblog.gr has one in their grippers and have run it though the obstacle coarse that is Quadrant benchmark and it pretty much rocks the hardest, attaining a score of 2.391, of course blasting past the ancient Nexus One and Motorola Droid X. And guess what? This is only recognized as a single core device when it's really double since Quadrant isn't quite up to date yet with the Tegra 2 wacky party. Can you imagine the true power?

The LG Optimus 2X is still running Android 2.2 Froyo and this is a pre-production unit, so wow, double wow! That means the real deal will be even better! Oh my gosh, such anticipation our claws have never known. Nails a quiver!

You can pre-order this maddeningly powerful phone right now if you want, just £500 from Expansys gets you all signed up for one. What's that you say? You've only got American dollars? Then it's pretty much the most expensive phone ever produced. Right? Jeebus. You can also check out our hands-on review video in that same post. Check it out.

[Via GSM]


Recent Stories
  • Vincent Nguyen

    That’s pretty weak compared to my Nexus S overclocked to 1.3GHz. CPU 7505 / I’ve gotten it up to over 8600+ and IO is key which is 6172. Resulting in an overall score of 3301!!!

  • Chris Burns

    That’s hot.

  • http://xda-developers.org Da

    That’s pretty low, the Toshiba Folio with Dexter’s Mod 1.3 is achieveing between 3000 to 3300.

    Regards,
    D.

  • kurolife

    It is a good score,not impressive but the highest so far.

    @Vincent: i don’t see what you don’t understand in stock hence even my old HD2 could get over 3k when tweaked.

    Compared to my stock Desire HD in which i get around 2190 it is quite a smooth evolution

    Still not what will make me buy it i ll wait for the atrix or the future HTC dual core