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Wednesday, 21 August 2013 12:18

Moto X is top 3 in gaming phones

Written by Fuad Abazovic

Basemark X tad slower than Galaxy S IV

We got a hint that the new Moto X got listed in Basemark X, a popular gaming benchmark. It was interesting to see that this custom SoC with Snapdragon S4 Pro based processor, dual 1.7GHz krait CPU core and quad-core Adreno 

320 GPU graphics, alongside with two Motorola custom processors scores rather well in this benchmark.

It comes on third place losing only from two versions of Samsung’s Galaxy S IV processors branded as SGH-I337 Galaxy S IV, scoring 8.30 and GT-I9505 Galaxy S IV scoring 8.20. Brawn vs brains one might say.

Motorola XT 1058 scores 8.11 while Motorola XT1080 scores 8.00 at the same test, taking third and fourth place. This is rather good result for not so expensive phone and a prof that it scores rather well in this benchmark. There will be some Snapdragon 800 devices coming rather soon that will rearrange this list with Adreno 330 results, but until then Adreno 320 looks like the top GPU for this test.

You can check these results here.

Fuad Abazovic

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