Huawei's new quad-core processor tells the competition, "Eat my dust"; Benchmark scores back it up
If you’ve yet to hear of the new Huawei Ascend D Quad XL, get ready to have your mind blown. The recently announced device, which has been touted as the “world’s fastest,” packs an in-house custom built quad-core processor that (from the look of the benchmark screens we just laid eyes on) makes the Asus Transformer Prime look like child’s play. Of course, we all know how much drama benchmark scoring creates in the community, but it’s always fun to have something to talk about around the water cooler, isn’t it?
These results are impressive, to say the very least. These tests were run by our fellow Android site in the United States, Android Community. As you can see, the new chip not only holds its own, but it leads the charts against stiff competition, including the likes of NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 and Qualcomm’s new and yet to be released 1.5 GHz dual-core S4 processor.
Have a look at another test run on the device; the Nenamark results are below.
If this is what the future of mobile computing is starting to look like, I’m thrilled to be along for the ride. With technology like this, it won’t be long before our phones and tablets overtake a majority of desktop usage, which wouldn’t hurt my feelings a bit.
Via: Android Community