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Motorola Moto G beats Nexus 4 in AnTuTu

XDA-Developers member jonmorris got his Moto G and shared some early benchmarks and battery stats of the sub-$200 Android handset. Also, it turns out the Moto G has a feature called Trusted devices, which disables the lockscreen when the phone is connected to a certain Bluetooth device.

This is a great alternative to the Motorola Skip (which requires NFC and the Moto G doesn’t have that) and will work great with Bluetooth headsets and smartwatches.

Anyway, back to the benchmarks. In AnTuTu, the Moto G scored 17,263, which puts it ahead of the Samsung Galaxy S III and a bit behind the Nexus 4. Those are some pretty surprising results, considering those two are flagships only a year old and the Cortex-A7 based Snapdragon 400 is no performance monster.


AnTuTu

  • Motorola Moto X
    19,031
  • LG Nexus 4
    18,096
  • Motorola Moto G
    17,236
  • Samsung Galaxy S III
    16,301

This is only one benchmark and doesn’t necessarily show real-life performance, but it’s still very impressive.

A battery app reports that the Moto G loses a percentage of batter charge in about 17 minutes and the whole 2,070mAh battery lasts just under 20 hours. jonmorris also reports that the battery life seems better than that of the Nexus 5.

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Samsung goes on a bragging spree, relases an infographic

Samsung obviously likes to give itself a pat on the back from time to time, but when you dish out millions of top tier hardware that pushes technological advancement forward we can’t really say it’s not deserved.

The biggest manufacturer of mobile phones – smart or otherwise – has gone to its Twitter, Facebook and Google+ accounts to show off a neat infographic on the company’s progress during this year.

As of 2013 Samsung has sold more than 100 million Galaxy S series (that’s without the Note devices) smartphones, sold over 40 million Galaxy S4s (10 million of those coming in the first month), sold 5 million Galaxy Note 3s in the first month, introduced a smartwatch and generally delivered proper upgrades to its entire lineup.

Here’s the infographic in full.

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