So the guy over on XDA that has been posting pictures of the LG Nexus as well as answering questions about the device has just posted some benchmarks of the device. He ran them through AnTuTu and Quadrant. Now normally benchmarks don’t matter. But since it’s Nexus-Season we had to show them to you.
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As you can see in the pictures below, the LG Nexus scored a 9270 in AnTuTu and a 4207 in Quadrant. Which is lower than the scores of the Tegra 3 HTC One X. But it’s also important to note that this device is running on pre-release software, which goes back to my comment above about benchmarks not mattering to much. We’ve already seen the Snapdragon S4 Pro chip blow away the competition in benchmarks. Which makes these benchmarks even more worthless.
The XDA forum user also said that he’s had this device for about 6 months now. So if you have any questions for him about the device, feel free to hope on over to XDA and ask away.