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Hey guys, Sony Xperia Z Ultra is the first device with Snapdragon 800. It is the first official Snapdragon 800-powered device. I’m sure everyone out there are interested to know the benchmarks of the first Snapdragon 800 device. Well, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra has been tested with multiple benchmarks as below:

Sony Xperia Z Ultra Benchmark 1 Sony Xperia Z Ultra scores 33622 points on the AnTuTu Benchmark test. Surpassed the Samsung Galaxy S4.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra Benchmark 2From the AnTuTu Benchmark chart, Sony Xperia Z Ultra is clearly on the top ahead of Samsung Galaxy S4. This is because of the Snapdragon 800 processor inside. The AnTuTu Benchmark revealed further that HTC One is behind XiaoMi Mi-2S on fourth place.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra Benchmark 3The Quadrant Benchmark test of Sony Xperia Z Ultra. It scores 18581 points on Quadrant. After 16 months since the HTC One X, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra is three times better. P/S: HTC One X with Tegra 3.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra Benchmark 4 Sony Xperia Z Ultra scores 2794 points at Vellamo HTML5 while scores 1034 points at Vellamo Metal test.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra Benchmark 5 Sony Xperia Z Ultra scores more than 30,000 points for each test – Native Score, Java Score and Overall Score on the CF Bench Benchmark. This clearly showed the power of Sony Xperia Z Ultra and Snapdragon.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra Benchmark 6 Sony Xperia Z Ultra scores 60fps on Nenamark2 Benchmark test

Sony Xperia Z Ultra Benchmark 7 Sony Xperia Z Ultra scores 59.75 points on the Basemark 2.0 benchmark test.

Well. Sony Xperia Z Ultra gives us the first official benchmark results of a Snapdragon 800-powered device. It is indeed a powerful device with fast blazing speed. We shall see the battle of Snapdragon 800 and Tegra 4 in the future.

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