Google Nexus Sailfish Benchmark Scores is just “Normal”
It is solid but not convincingly amazing as an expected upgrade from the LG Nexus 5x. Will this benchmark score a concrete glimpse of what is to come?
Samsung have always been the standard in high performance smartphones in the Android market proven yet again with the release of the formidable Galaxy Note 7. Then what’s keeping Google and HTC to step up their game and get for themselves a part of the game? Especially with the advent of Sailfish and Marlin’s hardware release, what’s the benchmark score so far?
The result was pretty normal, because both Nexus devices would not exceed the 4GB RAM maximum and the smaller N5X sequel tipped to still have a Full HD display that admittedly a mid-range spec nowadays. Fairly similar in design, and no doubt running Android 7.0 Nougat out the box, the two could see daylight a little ways down the road, on the heels of the platform update’s actual rollout, with a Snapdragon 820 processor just about guaranteed to tick inside at least the 5-inch Nexus Sailfish.
Preliminary GFXBench data supports those rumors, alongside the extremely compact footprint, 1,920 x 1,080 screen pixel count, 4GB RAM, and 32GB internal storage space.
In case you need your memory refreshed, the LG-made Nexus 5X barely packed 2 gigs of memory, and its 5MP selfie shooter appears to also be upgraded, to 8 megapixels. A familiar-sounding 12MP main camera might grace the rear of the HTC Sailfish, but with UHD video recording capabilities, you can’t call that a disappointment either.