Chinese-speaking ePrice has gotten its hands on the yet to be launched XPERIA Z3+ (sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 64-bit octa-core processor under the hood), which Sony officially unveiled a days back. It ran the smartphone through a few benchmark tests. Sadly, the results were unimpressive.
ePrice ran the Sony XPERIA Z3+ through benchmarking apps including AnTuTu, Vellamo, and Basemark ES 2.0. With AnTuTu, the smartphone scored under 51,000 points, 1447 points in the Metal section of Vellamo, and 3435 points in the browsing test. These tests are nothing to be proud of, with the LG G4 (sports a weaker Snapdragon 808 64-bit hexa-core processor under the hood) scoring better in some tests and significantly better in others.
Since the XPERIA Z3+ sports a Snapdragon 810 CPU under the hood, you must be wondering if it got too hot to hold just like the HTC One M9 when it was initially tested. According to ePrice, the device reached a temperature of 40.2 degrees Celsius (104.36 Fahrenheit) after completing the tests. This is hot, but “perfectly acceptable,” and not too hot to hold. It seems that not having a full metal unibody helped the smartphone not get too hot.
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