Intel seems to be in a serious business when it comes to its phones like Orange Santa Clara that was announced in Mobile World Congress 2012. The new Intel Atom Z2460 chipsets seemed to be fast than its single CPU core (seriously laughable stuff).
But in the early benchmark show the single core processor had lots of strength that was HyperThreading capable. And one the lucky CeBit visitor had the chance to experience the browser based benchmarks that is much easier to enter than other apps.
The unreleased Santa Clara was compared the Apple’s iPhone 4S on BrowserMark and the Intel superphone scored almost 90K that outruned the 4S but with a slight margin. But when compared to Samsung Galaxy Nexus with Android Ice Cream Sandwich, the Google phone scored 100K in the benchmark test. However the Orange Santa Clara still runs the Android Gingerbread and we should see the actual results when even this phone will get he ICS update.
In comparison with BrowserMark
The Intel phone had impressive results even on Vellamo and it managed to even beat the Galaxy Nexus and the latest Asus Transformer Prime with quad-core processor and even the Xiaomi Mi-One Plus with dual-core.
On the Vellamo Benchmark
On these tests the Orange Santa Clara clocked at 1.4GHz with Atom processor and ran on the Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread. However the bowser based results were are not everything to prove a Smart Phone but yes the results were positive. And now that the Atom chipset with dual-core is on its way, lets see how the Intel phone exceeds with other things too.