At the Premiere 2013 event in London, Samsung announced ATIV Q, a hybrid tablet with dual OS support, Android Jelly Bean and Windows 8. ATIV Q comes with a 13.3-inch display with a resolution of 3200 x 1800 pixels. It’s powered by Intel Core i5-4200U Haswell-based processor with integrated Intel HD 4400 graphics card and 4 GB of RAM. Therefore, if you test the device with standard Android benchmark, i5-powered ATIV Q is far ahead of other Android devices with ARM-based chips.
On AnTuTu Benchmark, ATIV Q reaches 54861 points. It’s far ahead of Snapdragon 800-powered devices which score around 33,000 points. As comparison, here is the scores of some high-end Android smartphones available today:
Samsung Galaxy S4: 27931 points
HTC One: 22266 points
Oppo Find 5: 20745 points
LG Optimus G Pro: 19449 points
Sony Xperia Z: 18792 points
Comparing a 13.3-inch convertible laptop powered by dual-core Intel Core i5 with other smartphones or tablets is not fair. Please note that the power needed by ATIV Q to run its processor is very big. Announced on June 20th, no information about availability and pricing of Samsung ATIV Q.