Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 benchmarked

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 benchmarkedVodafone UK has announced that it won’t stock the chunkier Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v after all. Instead we’ll get the same supermodel-thin tablet as our transatlantic cousins.

As such, we perused Phone Arena’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 benchmarking test results with great interest. How did it fare? Pretty well, actually.

A prototype Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 yielded an average score of 2,000, but, somewhat confusingly,  the retail unit could only manage an average of 1,550. That puts it just above the Google Nexus One.

The AnTutu benchmark, meanwhile, gave a total score of 3,729, enough to edge past the Motorola Xoom and LG Optimus 2X, which – incidentally – use the same 1GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor.

Of course, benchmarking means little to the average Joseph Consumer. He’ll be far more concerned with stuff like – I don’t know – price? Vodafone isn’t giving anything away just yet, other than a vague “coming soon”. You can register for updates here.

via: Phone Arena

Read more about: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1Android

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