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Monday, 30 January 2012 10:43

Qualcomm Krait benchmarked with Adreno 225 GPU

Written by Fudzilla staff



Turns in impressive results


Qulacomm’s upcoming Krait processor has been benchmarked by an anonymous user in NenaMark 2.

The 1.5GHz MSM8950 chip with Adreno 225 graphics score 54.90, running Android 4.0.3 on a 1024x600 device, we are guessing some sort of 7-inch tablet.

For comparison, one of the fastest Android phones on the market, the Galaxy S II with Mali 400 graphics, scored 46.2 on a lower resolution.

It is still unclear when we can expect to see some actual products based on the new 28nm Krait chip.

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