Slashgear noticed benchmark scores of Intel's Redhookbay smartphone prototype, which is equipped with a dual-core Merrifield SoC, hit the web. In the graphics performance oriented NenaMark2 the chip achieves a score of 58.30 fps. This score is hard to judge because there's a 60fps cap.
In the more general AnTuTu benchmark it scores 31 612 points, roughly three times
as much as the Exynos 4412 based Samsung Galaxy S III and the Tegra 3 based HTC One X. No word on power consumption though.
Redhookbay is shown as running Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean, with a 1280 x 720 resolution display and the multi-core Merrifield, which scored 31,612 on AnTuTu benchmark. The processor is between 1.6GHz and 2GHz. The reported GPU is a PowerVR SGX 544MP. Unlike the Medfield, Merrifield offers 4G LTE support.
The Intel Merrifield SoC is anticipated to be revealed in February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.