The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was subjected to a few benchmark tests when it was first announced, showing that it beat every other device in the market back then, though newer devices like the LG Optimus G are even faster. If those benchmarks weren’t enough, XDA Forum Member CrimzonEyed has taken the pains to benchmark the Galaxy Note 2 using a huge number of benchmark tests.
Each benchmark was run 3 times to calculate the average score, with power-saving mode disabled, Wi-Fi and mobile data on, and screen auto-brightness off. The scores achieved by the Galaxy Note 2 are given below:
- Monjori: 33FPS
- Electopia: 43FPS
- Nenamark2: 58FPS
- M3D: Does not start up. (not compitable?)
- Basemark ES 2.0 Taiji: 42fps
- BenchmarkPi: 327
- Linpack: 65MFLOPS
- CF-Bench: 15180
- Vellamo: HTML5: 1814 + Metal: 619 = 2433
- Sunspider (stock webbrowser): 1017 +/- 0.5%
- Rightware BrowserMark: 174584
- AndroBench storage benchmark: Sequential read speed: 37.85 MB/s, Sequential write speed 9.74 MB/s.
The Galaxy Note 2 is a powerhouse that will remain among the top dogs for months to come, and the benchmarks only go so far as to confirm it, even though they might not be indicative of real-world performance. Rest assured that your purchase of the Galaxy Note 2 was not a bad decision.