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Nexus 5 vs. iPhone 5S and Galaxy S4 graphics performance

When Apple released their iPhone 5S we could see the advancements made to the hardware, more so with the new A7 64-bit chip that helped to increase graphics performance. We have since learned that Samsung plans to make use of the same technology when they launch their next flagship handset.

However, there were rumors that the Nexus 5 could also make use of a 64-bit chip, although the manufacturer might not have had time to do so. Nexus 5 specs will need to be impressive because it not only has to take on the Galaxy S4, but the Sony Xperica Z1 as well, which we know is a powerhouse when it comes to its hardware.

We have seen so many rumors of late in regard to the Nexus 5, but it seems the latest one has given us some hope we will soon get a Nexus handset that is on par in terms of performance next to the big boys. The reason we say this is because there has been a recent Nexus 5 benchmark, and it smashes the Galaxy S4, which isn’t a surprise considering Samsung’s handset is now 5 months old.

Graph thanks to PhoneArena.

Nexus 5 graphics benchmark results
Nexus 5 graphics benchmark results

What has surprised us in a Nexus 5 vs. iPhone 5S benchmark test to compare graphics performance sees the former almost level with the latter. In the T-Rex 2.7 test, which puts the maximum strain that gamers would do on a mobile device, both scored around 23 frames per second, and while we cannot verify these scores reported by GFXBench, it could give us an indication that the Nexus 5 will be a beast in terms of hardware and performance.

Taking this into consideration, we have to ask who buys a phone based solely on its graphics performance, and so we cannot wait to see more Nexus 5 benchmark test result, just to see how it will perform in other areas?

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