LG Optimus 3D Max Pitted Against HTC One S and Blaze 4G; Performance Not Up to the Mark in Benchmark Tests

April 13, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Pitting their devices against market rivals in edited videos to claim their cutting edge power is a usual promotional technique used by many OEMs to push their products in the market.

But when it comes to benchmark tests, the gimmick does not work as the real stuff comes out.

We have stumbled upon the results of three different benchmark tests in which LG Optimus 3D Max was pitted against two other dual core phones – HTC One S and Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G. Although the agencies who did the test are plain unofficial, we think it gives a good insight into the comparative performance of these devices.

The LG Optimus 3D Max sports the OMAP 4430 SoC developed by Texas Instruments. The Blaze 4G packs a Qualcomm APQ8060 SoC with a 1.5GHz dual-core CPU.

However, as you know, the HTC One S sports a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 (MSM8260A). Interestingly, HTC One S was found to be housing the best performing chip when compared to Samsung’s Galaxy S Blaze 4G and LG’ Optimus 3D Max.

The LG device showcased a pathetic performance in front of the two rigs with whom it is to fight in the marketplace, with benchmark scores less than half in all tests. While it achieved only 2,314 in Quadrant benchmark test, One S scored a 5,053 leaving the Blaze 4G with 3,600 points, behind.

In Vellamo benchmarking too, Optumus 3D Max got a mere 747 points while it was a massive 2,452 for One S and 1,009 for Blaze 4G.

LG will not be so pleased with the results since their rig has failed miserably in three of them against its dual core contemporaries.

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