Mikkel, one of our avid readers here on NoypiGeeks recently sent us this table of the benchmark results comparing the Nexus 7, Nexus 4, Galaxy Nexus, and O+ 8.15. Interested in seeing the results? Check it out below.

Just like what Mikkel said on his email, the results are quite interesting as O+ 8.15 managed to beat other Nexus devices in some categories despite running on CyanogenMod 10.1 RC ROMS. Take a look at the table below.

O Plus 8.15 versus Nexus 7 versus Nexus 4 versus Galaxy Nexus

The Galaxy Nexus was obviously at the bottom of the chart as it’s the oldest among the four contenders and it was followed by the Google Nexus 7. However, one important thing about it is it has a bunch of developer support at XDA so if you’re a geek who is comfortable in tweaking your android phone, you’ll surely find something interesting there.

Related: MyPhone A919i Duo Review

Related: O+ 8.15 Review

While benchmark apps doesn’t really measure the device’s real life overall performance, it’s still a good tool to estimate how good one smartphone or tablet is over another as it tests the different sections that a good device should have.

How about you? Do you rely on these apps? Or do you prefer to test it out personally?

* Thanks to Mikkel for sending us this comparison table and photo.

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  1. The important thing here is that they are all running 720p(ish) resolutions so it’s a fair comparison.

    I was surprised how well the O+ performed and for the price it (and the other new 5″ MTK devices) are clearly worth it. If you want to upgrade to a 5″ Android device but don’t want to or can’t afford to buy the flagship devices from Samsung/LG/HTC etc. then these MTK based devices will do nicely.

    Personally I use the old Galaxy Nexus but I will be upgrading soon to a dual-sim MTK device, as long as it’s DSDA (dual active) – I did not have time to test that part of the O+ as I’m at Computex :)

    1. The O+ is overpriced at around Php 4k when you put Omega HD 2.0 and MyPhone a919i to the mix.