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Samsung Galaxy S2 (i9100) GAMES (Question!)

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  1. MX251088

    MX251088 Well-Known Member

    Hello guys

    Why is it taking so long for releasing new games on the Samsung Galaxy S2?

    Is a Tegra2 more powerful and much better than the Exynos processor of the SGS2 maybe?

    Why is it taking sooo long at Gameloft? What is the reason please?

    I'm really confused and thinking about if Tegra2 is much better?

    Tegra2 devices have more games than the SGS2

    Can somebody explain me a bit more about it??? it's really annoying, I paid so much for this phone!!!

  2. Vanquished

    Vanquished Well-Known Member

    Games take time to develope, even if it's just to support a new chipset. Tegra 2 is the low end of dual core phones, but it has been out the longest, so you will see more games playable on that. The SGSII was released in May, it will take time for things to be released for it.
  3. supermanlegend

    supermanlegend Well-Known Member

  4. Shocky

    Shocky On Probation

    It's strange, they could just follow the Opengl ES 2.0 specs and make the game will work on any phone which is compatible but they choose to make different versions for each GPU/SoC available by using different texture formats unique to each GPU which is very strange.

    Seems stupid to me but I'm sure they have a reason for it, just means we have to wait for them to release versions for the Galaxy S II.

    Galaxy S II scores around 43 fps and maxes out at 60 fps in the pro test, also that result is a little misleading as neither the Sensation or Evo 3D are clocked at 1.5GHz.
  5. supermanlegend

    supermanlegend Well-Known Member

    The adreno 220 was at 1.5 ghz htc changed it probably to help battery life since that was a huge complaint of original EVO plus even at 1.2ghz 3D games suck a battery dry in about 4 hrs pretty good baytery life if you don't use 3D, I play 3D games mostly at home. This is pre software and phone test before HTC or Samsung put it into a phone.

    Beastly dual-core Android devices: A rundown on each chipset
  6. Shocky

    Shocky On Probation

    Links not working for me, unsupported browser, however not really interested to be honest, if they don't represent the performance of the phones we are discussing I dont see the point.
  7. MX251088

    MX251088 Well-Known Member

    Try to use Google Chrome...
  8. MX251088

    MX251088 Well-Known Member

    So? Which one is better? I don't have any idea about FPS etc.

    Can you explain me a bit please?
  9. Shocky

    Shocky On Probation

    The more frames per second the GPU renders the better and Galaxy S II is ahead in almost every benchmark by a large margin so you really have nothing to worry about with regards to performance.

    Tegra 2 devices get more games because of nvidia, GPU's are their business and they have allot of influence and experience dealing with game developers. nvidia are probably offering them support or funding for exclusively, it shouldn't work this way but money talks.

    Gameloft are dragging their heals with Galaxy S II support, they claim more games will be released but they are talking a long time about it, don

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