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Old August 25th, 2013, 05:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cool The Useless Benchmark Test Thread

While we all know that benchmark tests are somewhat useless (if not completely useless) it's fun when you get a new phone to see where it "stacks up" against others like it.

I used AnTuTu and Quadrant. Here are my results:

What do yours look like?

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About the same.

More relevant benchmark: does everything I ask of it, quite quick and snappy.

Interesting benchmark apps though. Integer math? From a programming standpoint, since when is crunching volumes of ints a big deal?

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More relevant benchmark: does everything I ask of it, quite quick and snappy.
I might put that in my sig file. LOL.
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here you go...these were done without anything special, i.e., bluetooth, gps, wifi, 4g, all active. i find the most interesting difference the SD write and read speed in antutu. that is often the bottle neck in the system. I also did a run with antutu 4.0 preview (but didn't get a shot). It was higher, 21500. But i don't know if it's comparable.


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