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LG Optimus G - A Quad-Core Flagship With Nexus Aspiration (Part 2)

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Performance and battery life

There’s one thing that needs to be clear: Optimus G is a performance monster. Subjectively, it hasn’t missed any beat – everything is fast and smooth, without delay or latency. Regardless of releasing with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0.4), it feels faster than our Galaxy Nexus and stay on par with Galaxy Note II, both run Jelly Bean. This is a proof for UI optimization of LG, the design ability of Qualcomm or both. In our tests, Optimus G sits between the present champions in most tests – the international version of Galaxy S III (ICS) and Galaxy Note II (Jelly Bean) while defeating both with the best Quadrant score we’ve ever recorded for a phone (7,628) and only beaten in AnTuTu test (11,284). The results are the same in the 3 versions, with Sprint model lagging behind the other 2 models a little bit. It will be interesting to see how these numbers improve once Optimus G is updated to Android 4.1.

Optimus G (Korean model)

·         Quadrant Advanced: 7,628

·         Vellamo 1: 2,116

·         Vellamo 2 HTML5: 1,710

·         AnTuTu: 11,230

·         SunSpider 0.9.1 (ms): 1,312

·         GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16 Offscreen (fps): 30

·         CF-Bench: 14,398

·         Battery life: 8:40

Optimus G (Korean model)

Optimus G (Korean model)

Optimus G (Sprint model)

·         Quadrant Advanced: 7,593

·         Vellamo 1: 2,078

·         Vellamo 2 HTML5: 1,677

·         AnTuTu: 11,236

·         SunSpider 0.9.1 (ms): 1,358

·         GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16 Offscreen (fps): 28

·         CF-Bench: 14,322

·         Battery life: 7:53

Optimus G (Sprint model)

Optimus G (Sprint model)

Optimus G (AT&T model)

·         Quadrant Advanced: 7,531

·         Vellamo 1: 2,143

·         Vellamo 2 HTML: 1,704

·         AnTuTu: 11,284

·         SunSpider 0.9.1 (ms): 1,283

·         GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16 Offscreen (fps): 31

·         CF-Bench: 14,372

·         Battery life: 8:43

Optimus G (AT&T model)

Optimus G (AT&T model)

Optimus G (all model)

·         Quadrant Advanced: 7,628

·         Vellamo 1: 2,143

·         Vellamo 2 HTML5: 1,710

·         AnTuTu: 11,284

·         SunSpider 0.9.1 (ms): 1,283

·         GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16 Offscreen (fps): 31

·         CF-Bench: 14,398

·         Battery life: 8:43

Optimus G (all model)

Optimus G (all model)

Galaxy Note II

·         Quadrant Advanced: 6,819

·         Vellamo 1: 2,482

·         Vellamo 2 HTML5: 1,831

·         AnTuTu: 13,539

·         SunSpider 0.9.1 (ms): 1,023

·         GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16 Offscreen (fps): 17

·         CF-Bench: 15,267

·         Battery life: 10:45

Galaxy Note II

Galaxy Note II

Galaxy S III international version

·         Quadrant Advanced: 5,189

·         Vellamo 1: 1,751

·         Vellamo 2 HTML5: 1,565

·         AnTuTu: 11,960

·         SunSpider 0.9.1 (ms): 1,460

·         GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16 Offscreen (fps): 15

·         CF-Bench: 13,110

·         Battery life: 9:02

Galaxy S III international version

Galaxy S III international version

HTC One X international version

·         Quadrant Advanced: 4,906

·         Vellamo 1: 1,617

·         Vellamo 2 HTML5: 1,364

·         AnTuTu: 11,030

·         SunSpider 0.9.1 (ms): 1,773

·         GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16 Offscreen (fps): 7,5

·         CF-Bench: 13,233

·         Battery life: 6:00

HTC One X international version

HTC One X international version

SunSpider: the lower the score, the better

We don’t have any problem with the overall radio performance but the calls are a little small in the tests. The phone of AT&T is the clearest one, following by Sprint, with Korean Optimus G (may not be optimized for the American network) staying at the bottom. The preinstalled speaker sounds a little low but still loud enough. We don’t have time to compare the music playback with other phones, but the sound quality with many headphones and earbuds is worth with higher-than-average standards of us. It’s worth mentioning that the preinstalled music and video player of LG has Dolby Mobile, if you want to enhance audio. The speed tests on LTE network of AT&T in San Francisco offers about 12Mbps/download and 10Mbps/upload (average) with 4 out of 5 signal bar. Until Sprint deploys LTE at Bay Area, we will perform the speed tests on CDMA, which means the highest speed of 2.3Mbps/download and 1Mbps/upload with full signal. The Korean phone only supports GPRS data in America, but we have seen some impressive numbers with the original Optimus G on U+ LTE network of korea while we’re in Seoul.

The speed tests on LTE network of AT&T in San Francisco offers about 12Mbps/download and 10Mbps/upload (average) with 4 out of 5 signal bar.

The speed tests on LTE network of AT&T in San Francisco offers about 12Mbps/download and 10Mbps/upload (average) with 4 out of 5 signal bar.

Battery life on dual-core Snapdragon S4 devices of Qualcomm is normally amazing, and we’re satisfied to announce that this trend continues with Optimus G equipped with quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro. While the 3 versions all have the same sealed 2,100mAh Li-polymer battery, we focus our attention to the model of AT&T because it’s the only one with active LTE connection. Our standard battery test includes setting brightness and volume at half level, using 4G in 75% or better signal area, activating GPS and WiFi (no connection) and disabling Bluetooth while repeating a video from a full charge until the battery is drained. Optimus G of AT&T runs for about 8 hours 43 minutes; model of Sprint lasts 7 hours 53 minutes on 3G (LTE is off); and our Korean phone continues to run in 8 hours 40 minutes on 2G (disabling  LTE and HSPA+). In moderate battery-using test, consisting of using a phone lightly from a full charge until the battery is drained – emailing, sending messages, checking the social networks, making short calls, taking some photos… – all the 3 models last for almost 20 hours. So, we’re pretty sure that most of the users won’t have any problem using Optimus G all day long. With users who use a lot, they can use “Eco Mode”, a settings that lasts the battery life by switching aggressively between quad-core and dual-core operation.

 

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