Incredible slackin on benchmark??General


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  1. nyngbld

    nyngbld Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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  2. Mastermind

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    I think the Dinc will be the same as the N1 w/ 2.2 once it gets the 2.2 update. They are virutally the same phone, right?
     
  3. jayno20

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    Yeah this isn't quite accurate just yet. Wait till 2.2 comes out then do that same test. ;)
     
  4. FlyPenFly

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    Holy Crap that's the Galaxy S on 2.1... when it goes 2.2 it's going to be the fastest while using the least amount of power.

    It's coming to all 4 carriers. It's going to be a rivalry between the iPhone 4 and the Galaxy as I believe the iPhone 4 has almost the same internals minus screen.
     
  5. andreyua

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    Screw you, screw them and screw everyone else who says ANYTHING negative about my Incredible.
     
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    You misunderstood. The incredible will be at the top with the 2.2 update. The difference in speed is because of 2.2 vs 2.1 as you look at the chart and do research on it.
     
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  7. FlyPenFly

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    Incredible will be around the Nexus One and EVO 4G and probably ahead of the Shadow with 2.2 The Galaxy S will be far faster.
     
  8. soapinmouth

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    Actually the evo is slightly slower then the inc due to the larger screen and some more bloatware
     
  9. Ovy

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    if nexus one on android 2.2 is king of the hill, then so will the droid incredible be come update.
     
  10. Fabolous

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    I think a lot of you missed how the mildly overclocked Droid running 2.1 beat both the N1 and DI running 2.1

    ...which will continue to be the case once 2.2 rolls out.

    :p
     
  11. FlyPenFly

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    Eventually you'll be able to OC the Snapdragons as well.
     
  12. Dream

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    I had my Droid clocked to 1ghz and it still didnt compare to the DInc.
     
  13. FlyPenFly

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    The screen shouldn't matter at all as it's the same resolution.

    Is Sprint putting more bloatware than Verizon's enormously stupid CityID, Footprints, and junk?
     
  14. Fabolous

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    The 256MB of RAM is killing the Droid, that's why I'll be getting the Shadow when it comes out :D

    You already can, on the N1. Usually only up to 1.1GHz though, but some are capable of going up to 1.2GHz.

    Really pushing the limits of the old 65nm chip already. The newer, 45nm revisions of Snapdragon and OMAP will be able to clock even higher (I'm expecting the OMAP in the Shadow to do 1.3+ pretty easy)
     
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    ^if Motorola doesnt lock the bootloader ;)
     
  16. FlyPenFly

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    Yeah, I'm excited to see what the Samsung 45nm Hummingbird is capable of... that is if a Samsung phone ever gets rooted..
     
  17. Fabolous

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    Yeah, we can only hope they learned from all the angry Milestone owners. It's really a selling point for some customers, and those that don't understand it, won't be turned off by the fact that it is unlocked.

    It's win-win!

    The first thing people will do with a rooted Galaxy S is get rid of that awful, awful iPhone interface :D
     
  18. FlyPenFly

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    Yeah, I thought it was terrible from the screenshots but if you look at the video, it's actually pretty good and different from the iPhone OS.
     
  19. Karuk

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    How much faster than INSTANT can you get? The incredible is the first phone I have had that delivered exactly what I wanted. Speed. Why spend a bunch of money on a phone that will open an app 10000000th of a second faster?

    Once HTC releases the incredible with a 4.3 inch screen on VERIZON I will consider making a change. Until then I golden.
     
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    I've run into delays on my Inc especially with widgets.

    Also the swipe home screen animations are relatively choppy... although that might be a poor code issue not a CPU problem.
     

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