Nexus 10 Receives the GLBenchmark and SunSpider Treatment

Google Nexus 10 - GLBenchmark
Google Nexus 10 – GLBenchmark

Many of you requested some benchmark results. Our awesome source has given us the two posted screenshots showing off GLBenchmark and Sunspider results. The Nexus 10 is powered by a Samsung Exynos 5250 processor with Mali-T604 GPU. We should add that the software used on this tablet may not be final, which could affect benchmark scores.

The Nexus 10 scored 1370 ms on SunSpider, giving it a comfortable edge over the quad-core Galaxy S III and Optimus G (as benchmarked by AnandTech). The GLBenchmark scores were similar to the Snapdragon S4 Pro, although we noticed there were quite a few times where the S4 Pro outperformed (according to GLBenchmark via AnandTech) the Exynos 5250. We’re excited to put the Nexus 10 through the paces when it’s finally released.

Google Nexus 10 - SunSpider
Google Nexus 10 – SunSpider

24 thoughts on “Nexus 10 Receives the GLBenchmark and SunSpider Treatment

  1. Don’t think it is optimized or final version. The numbers doesn’t look good at all. Infact it’s disappointing.

    For example, Chromebook which runs same SoC runs SunSpider in about 650ms. That’s about half of Nexus 10. Both Apple A6 and Note 2 CPU easily beats Exynos 5 in SunSpider.

    GLbecnchmark results are totally disappointing. If this is true, the tablet will be a lagfest to drive the insane resolution. GPU is much worse than A5X GPU in 3rd iPad. If this is the final firmware, the tablet will be pathetic in terms of specs and totally underwhelming. It’s a mess, period.

    1. If those are the final results, I will not buy it. I’ll wait for next year’s processors, they will support OpenGL ES 3.0
      Actually, my Transformer Prime scored better in GLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt Classic!
      These can’t be optimized!!!!

  2. I don’t believe these benchmarks at all, according to anandtech the gs3/ exynos 4 got 57fps in egypt classic @1080p. are you telling me the “up to five times faster” mali 600 only gets 66fps in the same benchmark!?

    this doesn’t add up

    1. These benchmarks also completely contradict samsungs/arms press releases on the chipsets capabilities. e.g.

      “Exynos 5 Dual is the only mobile AP that can handle WQXGA content with 60fps updates.”

      “Exynos 5 was designed for WQXGA”

      Anyone else think this is actually the note 10.1 and not the nexus 10?

    2. I have an MK808 with A9 CPU and Mali 400, and that runs awesome at 1080P, and the Mali 400 is slow compared to the T-range Mali GPU’s. The MK808 is awesome fun for $60, and the GPU outperforms the Tegra 3 in the Ouya. It also runs very cool and I power the whole thing from my TV’s USB Port.

  3. WOW WTH Really? Thats a shame. Its over. Apple win…Again. As an arm fanboy I almost feel bad for the engineers responsible for the t-604 design.

    Really, what is this?:

    Galaxy S III (Mail400)-GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16 – Offscreen 1827 Frames (16.2 Fps)
    Galaxy S III (Mail400)-GLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt Classic – Offscreen 7299 Frames (64.6 Fps)

    Nexus 10 (Mali-T604)–GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16 – Offscreen
    3313 Frames (29 fps)
    Nexus 10 (Mali-T604)-GLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt Classic – Offscreen 7413 Frames (66Fps)

    66fps vs 64fps…..Fail. Not much to say other than i was expecting much better results of a brand new GPU core.
    Apple engineers are probably laughing right now

  4. Hi guys i have a question is the nexus 10.1 gaming graphics is better then quad core tablets like transformer 700t and others?

  5. Wait a few weeks for GLBenchmark to update their app and add support for Exynos 5 you’re gonna see scores fly sky high. I saw some videos and it clearly shows that the Nexus 10 is buttery smooth running 4.2.

  6. Wait a few weeks for GLBenchmark to update their app and add support for Exynos 5 you’re gonna see scores fly sky high. I saw some videos and it clearly shows that the Nexus 10 is buttery smooth running 4.2. Benchmarks are not reflective of real world performance.

  7. GLBenchmark Pro 2.5 Result DetailsFill rate – Offscreen (1080p) :1177869 kTexels/sFill rate – Onscreen :1347421 kTexels/sGLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt Classic – Offscreen (1080p) :8903 Frames (78.8 Fps)GLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt Classic – Onscreen :5299 Frames (46.9 Fps)GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16 – Offscreen (1080p) :3877 Frames (34.3 Fps)GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16 – Onscreen :2961 Frames (26.2 Fps)GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16MS4 – Offscreen (1080p) :Failed / Not supportedGLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16MS4 – Onscreen :2699 Frames (23.9 Fps)GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD Fixed Timestep – Offscreen (1080p) :41653 ms (27.1 Fps)GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD Fixed Timestep – Onscreen :53445 ms (21.1 Fps)Triangle throughput: Textured – Offscreen (1080p) :44430 kTriangles/sTriangle throughput: Textured – Onscreen :45169 kTriangles/sTriangle throughput: Textured, fragment lit – Offscreen (1080p) :35468 kTriangles/sTriangle throughput: Textured, fragment lit – Onscreen :26861 kTriangles/sTriangle throughput: Textured, vertex lit – Offscreen (1080p) :42785 kTriangles/sTriangle throughput: Textured, vertex lit – Onscreen :43110 kTriangles/s

  8. Mali t604 has the same number of ROPs and TMUs as mali 400, but it has higher clock speed(533MHz vs 400MHZ). And also mali t604 is 4 times more powerful for GPU compute.

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