First Samsung Galaxy Nexus Prime benchmarks

Someone using a prototype or developer version of the soon to be announced Samsung Galaxy Nexus (or Nexus Prime) has submitted GLBenchmark scores indicating that the handset is powered by a TI OMAP 4460 Dual-Core SoC clocked at 1.2Ghz. This may be disappointment to some but unfortunately the way it is because TI is the development partner for Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich (similar to how NVIDIA’s Tegra was Android 3.0‘s primary platform etc.) You can also note that the screen resolution is reported to be 1196 x 720 instead of 1280×720 because of the on-screen “hardware buttons”.


We should know more about the device and OS in the coming hours once it’s officially unveiled by Samsung and Google in Hon Kong but let’s just hope that it won’t suffer from some disappointing limitations like previous Nexus devices (no memory expansion slot, gimped Camera etc..)

UPDATE: The Full hardware Specifications of the Galaxy Nexus have leaked.

source: GLBenchmark


  • Anonymous

    What’s the fucking score?

  • http://www.mobiletechworld.com MobileTechWorld

    Sorry, should have posted them before GLBenchmark went down (seems like the traffic kill the servers there). IIRC the scores aren’t that hot at all. Between an OMAP4430 and OMAP4460.

  • Anonymous

    Was not directed at you, it was for GL benchmarks and their toaster/server.
    Yeah, they can overclock the SGX 540 all they want, it’s not a 2012 SoC. Shame on TI, wonder how long it will take them to get OMAP5 on the market.

  • http://www.mobiletechworld.com MobileTechWorld

    OMAP5 is the only other 28nm SoC and AFAIK, ain’t coming out until late 2012 (after Qualcomm’s 28nm S4 Snapdragon (Krait)).

  • http://sucktackular.com sucktackular

    I can’t wait to “no” more.

  • http://sucktackular.com sucktackular

    I guess you dummies didn’t see your own typo, even after I pointed it out for you. Keep up the shit work.