Mar 06 AT 1:45 PM Nick Gray 45 Comments

HTC One X and HTC One S benchmark scores

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Mobile World Congress was huge for HTC, but as you may have noticed there is not much news floating around this week. Fortunately for all of you, we did a little digging and came across a video on YouTube which you may find interesting. We’ve seen a few benchmark scores from the HTC One S already, but now we have a few videos which walk us through benchmarks from Quadrant, Linpack and AnTuTu and Nenamark2 on both the HTC One X and HTC One S.

Before we dive into the videos, we’d like to stress that benchmark scores do not always give a clear representation as to how a handset will perform with specific games or applications, but they do give us an idea of what the handset should technically be capable of. With that being said, here’s a quick look at the numbers.

HTC One X benchmarks

  • Quadrant: 4,560
  • Linpack: 62
  • AnTuTu: 10,112
  • Nenamark2: 52.0 fps

HTC One S benchmarks

  • Quadrant: 4,828
  • Nenamark2: 60.6 fps

The quad-core Tegra 3 processor inside the HTC One X should produce higher scores than the dual-core S4 processor in the HTC One S on all of these benchmarks, however the resolution difference plays a huge role in 3D benchmarks since the graphics are rendered at native resolutions. The 4.7-inch (1280 x 720) on the One X features 78% more pixels that the 4.3-inch (960 x 540) display on the One S. It’ll be interesting to see the benchmark numbers for the QualcommS4 powered HTC One X which is heading to AT&T this spring.

The benchmark scores for the two HTC One phones clearly show that the Tegra 3 and Qualcomm S4 chips are a lot more powerful than the processors found in last year’s phones. We’re not ready to declare a winner yet between the two, but we’re definitely excited to get out hands on more phones powered by both chips.

What do you think about the benchmark scores for the two phones? Will your purchase decision be influenced at all by the numbers?

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started HTCsource.com (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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