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Default New Nexus 4 Benchmarks from Anandtech show huge improvement!

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As we know Anandtech published Nexus 4 benchmarks which show the phone underperforming significantly compared to its sister Optimus G. It appears they have since re-run the GLBenchmark tests and achieved much higher scores (in-line with the Optimus G) which they have not yet published.

You can analyse the full results here:
http://www.glbenchmark.com/phonedeta...tgroup=overall

Here is a brief summary of the main differences. They are very significant and the phone appears to perform as expected.



Result will be likely hitting screen cap of ~60fps.
With these new results here is how the phone would stack up against their published results for other models for the common Egypt HD Offscreen test:



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Maybe now you benchmark lovers can finally stop bitching? Please?
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Someone explain this to me. lol
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I'm much more interested in the battery life tests. Hopefully those have gotten better.
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Someone explain this to me. lol
Essentially new benchmarks show the Nexus 4 performing much better than previous ones.

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I'm much more interested in the battery life tests. Hopefully those have gotten better.
I agree, hopefully whatever changed to get these better results also will result in better battery life too.
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Can't wait to hear what went wrong with the original results, and if the thermal throttling is going to become an issue.

Come on anandtech release an explanation already!!!
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I'm much more interested in the battery life tests. Hopefully those have gotten better.
+1

Although the new test suggests that the thermal throttling issues have ceased - meaning the CPU usage is more efficient and this should translate into big gains for battery life - I would like to see this confirmed.

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This is some really good news... Now I REALLY can't wait 'til the 13th.

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Source? Don't see this posted anywhere on anandtech.

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