As you probably noticed, we are back at the Sony booth at the IFA floor. After we put the cameras of the newly unveiled trio of Android smartphones to the test we are now ready to try and evaluate the performance of their chipsets.
The Xperia TX, Xperia T and Xperia V are all running on dual-core processors, using the new Krait architecture and clocked at 1.5 GHz. There's still some doubt about the GPUs, but all three tested units reported Adreno 225's.
The Krait cores helped the three new Xperias pass the BenchmarkPi with flying colors - none of the quad-core smartphones currently on the market could come anywhere near their achievement. To be fair, though, BenchmarkPi doesn't make use of the multi-core architectures, so the dual-core Kraits have an advantage here.
Lower is better
The NenaMark 2 results of the Sony Xperia T, TX and V proves that the three new smartphones are Adreno 225-powered. The kind of framerates that the new Sony smartphones achieved are beyond the capabilities of any of the previous Qualcomm mobile GPUs.
Higher is better
Finally, we come to the overall performance test with Quadrant and the Xperia trio made it three out of three against its quad-core rivals. An impressive achievement indeed.
Higher is better
Find out more about the new Sony Xperia smartphones in our Sony overview.
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