Motorola and Google unveiled the latest Android smartphone, the Moto X recently. We brought you the unboxing of the device recently, here we have the benchmarks of the device. The Moto X is powered by a 1.7 GHz Dual-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro MSM8960DT processor with Adreno 320 GPU. The chip is based on 28-nanometer (nm) process technology and Krait 300 architecture that offers maximum performance with less power consumption Let’s check out the benchmarks of the device to see how it performs.
Even though the phone is powered by a dual-core processor, the Quadrant score are better than the Optimus G and the HTC Butterfly.
AnTuTu Benchmark 3.3
It manages to score over 19k in the AnTuTu Benchmark, better than some quad-core phones.
Vellamo 2.0 HTML5
It score 2324 points in the Vellamo 2 HTML5 browser benchmark.
Vellamo 2.0 Metal
It scored 772 points in the Vellamo 2 Metal, CPU subsystem performance test.
Linpack Single Thread
The Moto X scored less than the quad-core Snapdragon processors in the Linpack single thread and the multi-thread benchmarks.
It clocks 60 fps in the NenaMark 2 GPU benchmarks.
GFXBench 2.7 T-Rex (On screen)
The Moto X tops the GFXBench 2.7 T-Rex Onscreen benchmark by clocking 26 fps. Thanks to the powerful processor and a smaller display.
GFXBench 2.5 Egypt HD (On screen)
Again the Moto X tops the GFXBnchmark 2.5 Egypt GPU benchmark with 54 fps.
Basemark X HD (Onscreen)
The Moto X clocks whopping 19.958 fps in the Basemark X On-Screen benchmark, better than the Nexus 4 powered by a Adreno 320 GPU.
Basemark X HD (Offscreen)
In the Basemark X offscreen benchmarks, it manages to clock around 8.1 fps.