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Well we now know what the new iPhone from Apple is but the thing that is left now is comparing iPhone 4S with other smartphones, specifically android devices. iPhone 4S Vs android devices benchmark test. Let the fight begin.
Many people were disappointed with the new iPhone 4S as they were expecting a completely new design with some bad ass stuff, they did not get a new design but what the iPhone 4S gave in terms of powerf, was enough.
Those of you who are not geeky enough let me just tell you straight away, iPhone 4S beats the current reigning champion Samsung Galaxy S2 in pretty much every test conducted.
The other interesting thing to note is that, in BrowserMark test iPhone 4S performed slightly better than the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 (running on 3.1 honeycomb).
Check out the results of other android devices against the iPhone 4S which was conducted by anandtech.
Another thing that surprised many was that the A5 processor on the iPhone 4S performs very differently on the iPad 2. iPad 2 A5 processor clocks 1GHz on iOS 5 while the iPhone 4S clocks 800MHz slightly lower then what was predicted.
It seems that Apple is shipping a slightly different A5 for the iPhone 4S. This does make sense as iPhone 4S has a smaller battery compared to the iPad 2.
The GLBenchmark tests show that iPhone 4S again beats all other android devices this includes the Samsung Galaxy S2, Infuse 4G, Droid Bionic and others.
Check the GLBenchmark tests below for iPhone 4S vs Android devices.
If you had been thinking how the iPhone 4S will do against other contenders, well now you know the answer. iPhone 4S beats every android device out there.
Even though iPhone 4S is the best smartphone now, it did lack what we all had been wanting from Apple, a new design.