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Samsung ATIV Q RULES, Scores 54,861 Points in Antutu Benchmark

by On June 24, 2013

Samsung ATIV Q If you never heard about the Samsung ATIV Q, now it’s the perfect moment. Why, you may ask? Because, today we have an Antutu benchmark in which the Samsung ATIV Q scored like a beast. With almost 55 000 points, this is the king of all Android running devices, at least until now. And, another reason for loving it, is because the Ativ Q is the best of both worlds, hang on and you will know what I mean. The Samsung ATIV Q is half tablet, smart laptop, running on Android OS (or, Windows, if you’re into Bill Gates propaganda) and it is powered by an Intel I5 quad core processor. The story should end here, because you know, Intel is in the IT world what Mercedes is in the automotive industry. Samsung ATIV Q To me, it comes as a no brainer that the Samsung Ativ Q is twice as fast when compared to the Galaxy S4 or other devices, even those using Nvidia Tegra’s system on chips. Because Intel inside, that’s why. The Galaxy S4 powered by an Exynos 5 scored a mere 27 417 points, the Snapdragon version achieved a little bit under 26k while the Nvidia Shield performed a tad better, with 32 000 points. The former king of the industry, the Snapdragon 800 is lagging far behind, with only  35 000 points in the Antutu benchmark. Samsung ATIV Q The Samsung ATIV Q was showcased in Samsung’s event held in London just four days ago and it uses an Intel i5-4200U CPU from the Haswell family, clocked at 1.6 GHz, and for graphical apps it comes with Intel HD Graphics 4400 and 4 gigs of RAM. The benchmarks reveals the stunning capabilities of Intel’s Haswell family of processors, now available on mobile devices, and that’s pretty cool folks! The Samsung ATIV Q will have a 13.3 touch screen display, featuring a 3200×1800 pixels resolution and a 275 ppi pixel density, it will feature an S pen and SideSync software which is basically a syncing program between Android OS and Windows. It also lets Android to gets its updates while the device is running on Windows. The Ativ Q has a magic button which permits you to switch between the two operating systems seamlessly, as Android is running in the background in a VM. To be honest, I can’t wait to see the price tag on this baby. Source: eprice  

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