The popular AnTuTu Benchmark has just been updated to version 3 and brings a lot of news. So I decided to push the trial version of Nexus 4 to the limit and try the new version of the reference.
AnTuTu Benchmark version 3 offers a completely redesigned user interface with new 2D, 3D, and OpenGL ES 2.0-based testing. Check out the list below.
Complete list of changes in the new version of Benchmark AnTuTu:
- New benchmark for OpenGL ES 2.0 to measure 3D performance
- Completely new 2D benchmark
- New score comparison page between devices.
- Automatic application shutdown if it detects any changes
- Redesigned and improved user interface
- Best detection of SD.
- Fixed some web bugs and Auto Popup
- Fixed bug causing application home page crash
- Fixed double score error on submit page
- Update for Italian and Ukrainian translations
I tested the new version on the Nexus 4 and HTC One X +, and in all tests HTC has a better result. The overall result is a bit different, however. You can see for yourself: The Nexus 4 is in the left image and an HTC One X + right:
The total score is almost the same.
Obviously, reference test results are theoretical numbers that do not mean much in practice. Both the Nexus 4 and HTC One X + work smoothly and without interruption. However, benchmarking comparisons are always interesting to see. Don't you think so?
Image: Nico Heister / AndroidPIT
Updated on 11/28/2012 at 1:50 pm (Brasilia time): Also check out the Nexus 4 x HTC One X + x GS3 AnTuTu Benchmark
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