Sony Xperia Z Benchmarking: We "benched'' Sony's best

The word "Bench'', and various derivatives, is used by kids who run several benchmarks on their computers to see the difference in the resulting performance before and after overclocking them (they overclock either the processor, either the memory or the graphics card to increase the yield) even by using liquid nitrogen to cool the processor. If you want to see a demo, click here.

Measuring the performance of smartphones is not new trend, but it's long existed, like overclocking. To evaluate them in various fields (eg in Internet browsing, mathematical calculations, graphics, etc.), many companies have created specific applications for this purpose. I used some of the most popular benchmarks, in an attempt to get additional and "tangible" examples of the performance of the new Xperia Z. The feeling is certainly excellent, however, the numbers tell the truth.


To provide a measure of comparability, I place the Xperia T next to it, which earlier this month was the flagship of the company. The results are below, and all that remains is to run and do the same benchmarks on Android mobile phone, to see the difference, if there is any. If you want, you can post the results of your mobile on our entry. Good «benchmarking» ...

Measurements with Quadrant benchmark


Measurements with Antutu benchmark


Measurements with GL benchmark


Measurements with Vellamo HTML5 and Metal benchmarks


Measurements with RL benchmark


The conclusion from these measurements is that the owner of the Sony Xperia Z enjoys a laminar and «fluid» experience both in the navigation menu of the device and the Internet, but also when playing games or using demanding applications. This is one of the most powerful smartphones in the market.

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