Sony seems to be aggressively preparing to spice up the Consumer Electronics Show 2013. This can be said, as the information regarding the upcoming Xperia Odin smartphone is constantly being revealed in the tech rumors and image leaks almost every week.
The latest from the Japanese tech giant rumor mill is that the rumored quad core flagship phone has been spotted in the AnTuTu benchmark, along with some more details on its specs sheet.
Earlier reports have already informed that Xperia Odin dubbed as C650X will feature a 5 inch touchscreen display with a HD 1080p resolution and 440 ppi pixel density, a quad core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 13MP rear shooter, 2GB RAM and 32GB on-board storage.
Now the latest report by the folks over at Techkiddy who spotted the Sony Xperia Odin in AnTuTu benchmark have claimed that the smartphone will come powered by a dual-core processor instead of the rumored quad-core Snapdragon S4 APQ8064.
The report consistently claimed the same, as the benchmark results of Sony Odin were circumstantially lower, that was '8753,' not any where near to the scores of other quad-core processors tested under AnTuTu benchmark.
At the same time, the report also mentioned that till the time Sony doesn't confirms the specs cant be taken as the final one, as there are chances that it was just a testing unit.
Going by the ongoing rumors, earlier reports have also claimed that Sony is prepping a C650X smartphone codenamed Odin running on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean OS and same device could be launched in different regions with different carriers as C6502, C6503 and C6506. Also the smartphone is expected to come powered by mammoth 2370 mAh Li-Ion battery.
Below are Xperia Odin’s benchmark results revealed in the latest report:
- Memory Performance 1863
- Processor Integer performance Score 2662
- Processor Floating Poimt Performance 1749
- 2D graphics performance 294
- 3D graphics performance 1250
- Database I/O Performance 555
- SD write speed 1.65MB/s
- SD Read Speed 21.5MB/s