So Google Nexus 5’s benchmarks have been leaked online. From the looks of it, it is strongly expected that the Google Nexus 5, a follow up to the Google Nexus 4, would be immensely powerful, easily leaving all its competitors behind.
What does the Google Nexus 5 get?
If recent rumors are to be believed, then the Samsung Galaxy S4 rival will be powered by a brand new quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor which is also found in the LG G2 as well as Galaxy Note 3. If latest reports are to be believed, then only the recently launched iPhone 5S will be competing with the Google Nexus 5 in terms of power.
GFXBench has leaked the benchmark results and it states Google Nexus 5 performed precisely same as the new flagship phone released by Apple. Needless to say, Google Nexus 5 eclipses other popular handsets in this category like the HTC One and the Sony Xperia Z1. Though the Google Nexus 5 will be running the same chipset as seen in some of the existing Android competitors, the benchmark results of the yet to be launched handset hint that the device will be either hosting a more powerful GHz CPU as opposed to its rivals or it will feature a huge RAM cache.