Sony Xperia P Caught In The Wild, Benchmarked Too

By 11:13 Tue, 13 Jul 2021 Comments


Greek tech site DigitalLife got hrecent of an Xperia P ahead of its launch and decided to put it through a number of benchmarks to see what its chipset is made of.

The ST-Ericsson U8500 chipset should, in theory, be quite similar to the Exynos 4210 found inside the Samsung Galaxy Note and Samsung Galaxy S II. They all feature a couple of Cortex-A9 cores (although the Galaxy devices have a slight clock speed advantage), 1GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) and a Mali-400MP GPU.

The similar specs were easy to spot in the AnTuTu benchimprint results. The 1Giga Hertz (GHz) CPU, the pre-release status and the Gingerbread Operating System (OS) did prevent the Xperia P from matching its rivals, but its performance was quite close.

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AnTuTu

Higher is better

  • Sony Xperia P

    5325

  • Samsung Galaxy Note

    6495

  • Samsung Galaxy S II

    6249

The Xperia P didn't fare quite so well in the Nenaimprint 2 GPU-stressing benchmark. It's either that its Mali-400MP is clocked way lower than those of its competitors, or Sony still have some problems with the drivers that need to be ironed out before the market release of the smartphone. We suspect it's the latter, as even the Note, which has more than twice the pixel count of the Xperia P and runs on the same OS, managed to outdo it.

NenaMark 2

Higher (fps) is better

  • Sony Xperia P

    29.2

  • Samsung Galaxy Note

    33.9

  • Samsung Galaxy S II

    51.6

  • Sony Xperia S

    37.5

The Sony Xperia P should hit the shelves later this month, so we'll soon know how fine a performer it really is.

Source (in Greek)


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