LG announced the G Flex, the company’s first smartphone with a curved display last month. We already brought you the unboxing of the device earlier this week, here we have the benchmarks of the smartphone. The device is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974) 28nm HPm Krait 400 CPU clocked at 2.27 GHz with Adreno 330 GPU, similar to the LG G2 and the Nexus 5. Both the Xperia Z1 and the Z Ultra with the Snapdragon 800 chip were clocked at 2.15 GHz. Even though this one is slightly undercloked than the original chip that is clocked at 2.3 GHz, benchmarks are almost similar.
The G Flex scores 20840 points, better than the LG G2.
AnTuTu Benchmark 3.3
In the AnTuTu Benchmark 3.3, the G Flex scores 34504 points.
AnTuTu Benchmark 4
The G Flex tops the AnTuTu Benchmark 4 benchmark by scoring over 36000 points.
Vellamo 2.0 HTML5
It scores close to 3000 points in the Vellamo 2 HTML5 browser benchmark.
Vellamo 2.0 Metal
The G Flex scores 1211 points in the Vellamo 2 Metal CPU Subsystem performance test.
Linpack Single Thread
It managed to clock around 468 MFLOPS in the Linpack Single Thread benchmark.
In the Linpack Multi-Thread benchmark, the G Flex managed to clock around 807 MFLOPS.
It clocked 745.5 ms in the SunSpider benchmark, almost similar to the LG G2.
It clocked 60 fps in the NenaMark 2 GPU benchmark.
GFXBench 2.7 T-Rex (On screen)
In the GFXBench 2.7 T-Rex OnScreen benchmark, it clocked 33 fps, better than the Nexus 5.
GFXBench 2.5 Egypt HD (On screen)
It clocked 55 fps in the GFXBench 2.5 Egypt HD OnScreen benchmark.
Basemark X HD (Onscreen)
In the Basemark X OnScreen benchmark, it clocks around 23 fps.
Basemark X HD (Offscreen)
In the Basemark X OffScreen benchmark, the G Flex clocks around 13 fps, better than the G2. We will bring you the gaming performance videos and the complete review of the LG G Flex soon, in the mean time check out the LG G Flex Photo Gallery.