Google Nexus 7 Gets Benchmarked, Got Amazingly Good ResultsExclusive — By Naveen Vaidhya on June 29, 2012 at 11:24 am
There would be hardly any doubt that the newly declared Google Nexus 7 would be a strong performer on benchmark arena. In the end, NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 chipset with 4 CPU cores is a very well known powerhouse now. But we could not support however, be curious regarding the way Google’s slate would stack up opposite the well-formed, high price players in the tablet market.
As you might know by now, the Google Nexus 7 CPU centers are clocked at 1.3GHz each – that is a bit lower than the usual 1.5GHz that we have seen on other Tegra 3 gadgets. In sense to make up for lost MHz the slate operates the fresh Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, offered the way Google does it perfect – in the pure possible style. With lot of optimizations applied in the new Google OS, attached with the strong hardware of Nexus 7, it is not a shock that the estimations towards the slate’s benchmark performance ran bit high.
GLBenchmark 2.1 has been running in various modes on the Nexus 7, offering the hardware capacities of tablet. Apart from for off-screen 720p mode that is influenced by Apple iPad, the ASUS made Google Slate worked on par with the very strong tablets accessible at the moment.