We invariably do a few lines of salt when it comes to benchmarking, but these results from the AnTuTu benchmarking app are interesting nonetheless.
As Tech2 reports, the quad-core Asus Transformer Prime has punched right on through the 10,000 barrier. Jings.
The Asus Transformer Prime’s score puts it miles ahead of the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S II and Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but that’s to be expected given what’s going on under the hood.
Specifically, the successor to the Eee Pad Transformer has a quad-core Nvidia Kal El Tegra 3 processor. Not too shabby.
The official launch for the Asus Transformer Prime is scheduled for November 9, but we’ve been told to expect a thickness of just 8.3mm, a 10in display, mini-HDMI action, and 14.5 hours of battery life.
We recently heard that the Asus Transformer Prime will ship with Honeycomb (Android 3.0) on board, with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) arriving in due course.
The original Asus Eee Pad Transformer will also get the Ice Cream Sandwich treatment. Nice.