Ever since NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 platform and the Project Shield gaming console got introduced to the world at this year’s CES, we’re yet to see exactly how the device performs and since no date has been announced for it commercial debut, that might take a bit longer.
However, a new AnTuTu benchmark entry has been spotted which shows a score for the Android-based Project Shield console by NVIDIA. According to the entry spotted in AnTuTu (shown below) the device managed to score a whopping 32,150 in the benchmark. To date, this is the highest number that any mobile devices has managed to get, albeit it’s not much higher than the likes of devices like Galaxy S4 which manage to get around 27k.
Just in case you’ve forgotten what the gaming console packages, it features a 5-inch display with 720p resolution (294 PPI), with Tegra 4 quad-core ARM Cortex A15 processor, 72-core NVIDIA GeForce GPU and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Running under the hood.
Back in February, we also benchmarked NVIDIA Tegra 4 on a reference tablet that yielded an impressive score of 36,282. While the performance of Tegra 4 SoC is certainly impressive, we’re yet to see any device getting commercialized with the GPU maker’s blazing fast SoC. Are you looking forward to Tegra-4 powered hand-held/mobile devices?