HTC One X+ benchmark shows up on AnTuTu, as fast as the Samsung Galaxy Note II

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HTC’s recently released One X+ hasn’t really gotten to that many hands as of yet, but it seems that the newly minted smartphone has already been benchmarked by enterprising individuals. As you can see in this screencap that we took when we were putting the Samsung Galaxy Note II through the wringer, the Tegra 3 powered device beats the registered scores of the Exynos powered Samsung Galaxy Note II by just a hair. Seems like the new, improved Tegra 3 processor running at 1.7GHz improved the overall number-crunching capabilities of the One X+ compared to the original, but it still remains to be seen if the synthethic benchmark test is an indicator of the One X+’s real life performance. We’ll know soon enough, we guess.