Evo Benchmarking Video


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  1. HtcEvoLemon

    HtcEvoLemon Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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  2. evojoel

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    Proves that the Evo will be a beast with Froyo.

    But seriously the Droid X is shaping up to be a pretty fierce phone as much as it pains me to say it. HTC needs to take notes.
     
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    HtcEvoLemon Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Maybe, but still slower than the Droid X and even slower than the MyTouch Slide. According to this link

    Galaxy S lineup leads the pack in Android GPU benchmarks – Android and Me

    ... the MyTouch Slide which runs at 600 mhz outperforms the Evo 4g on GPU Benchmarks.

    I guess when the MyTouch Slide gets Froyo, it will beat out Evo also.

    Evo is last place on all the benchmarks, from two different sites running the benchmarking.
     
  4. evojoel

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    Well I still have an upgrade available since I can't seem to get my hands on an Evo, so I might just have to wait for the Samsung lineup.
     
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    HtcEvoLemon Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I held a demo Droid X today, it was nice, appeared just a tad bit taller than the EVO. I think both the Droid X and Evo are not practical everyday phones. They seem too big to lug around when you are shopping, out with friends, etc etc.

    I'm waiting for a store to put a display of Galaxy up. I think The Galaxy will be the perfect size. 4 inch Super AmoLed display, perfect fit in hand, not too small, not too big.

    And The Galaxy S is killing every phone on benchmarks. It is the ultimate processor at this point I guess.

    Galaxy will be available on all carriers, it will also be 4g for sprint.
     
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    The galaxy S series is very, very close in size to the evo despite the smaller screen (it's within 1/10 of an inch in all dimensions).
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    I like the idea of the galaxy s but I have a feeling I'm going to be disappointed with it when it comes out. But I'm also not a gamer so I couldn't care less about the better gpu.

    I was leaning toward the galaxy S but the more checking I do the more I'm leaning back toward the evo.
     
  7. Gerbacio_PR

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    why is the Evo so much slower?
     
  8. theintoxicatedmofo

    theintoxicatedmofo Well-Known Member

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    Evo is so much slower in terms of the FPS because HTC locked the device down to a max of 30 FPS...and now they claiming that a simple update cannot unlock the FPS limit...whats even more ironic is how a root allows for the Evo to zip passed its 30FPS cap..highest ive seen it go was 55FPS...still the Droid X seems to be a much faster device all around..im perfectly happy with my evo, especially since i dont play games on my phone enough to actually care about a FPS cap at 30...however i would like to see it increased
     
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    I agree. Who cares. Coming from my Hero, the Evo is excellent.
     

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