The G3 performs as expected in our first Web browsing benchmark, achieving nearly the same score as the OnePlus One and Galaxy S5. The Snapdragon 805-powered Note 4 is only 6% faster than the G3, which is not enough to be noticeable in everyday use.
Again we see the Snapdragon-based devices line up according to CPU architecture. The iPhone 6 Plus dominates this benchmark thanks to Safari’s JIT compiler optimizations.
The Peacekeeper results are similar to those from JSBench. So far, the G3 performs on par with its peers, avoiding any performance anomalies.
Principled Technologies' WebXPRT 2013 is an HTML5-based benchmark that simulates common productivity tasks that are traditionally handled by locally installed applications, including photo editing, financial charting and offline note-taking.
The LG G3 performs well in our final Web browsing benchmark and doesn’t exhibit any performance or stability issues.