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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by paulbonner, Nov 24, 2011.

  1. paulbonner

    paulbonner Newbie
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    I thought the Quadrant Standard Edition scores I got earlier (averaging 2300+ on multiple runs) seemed high, so I downloaded the DeviceMark benchmark (https://market.android.com/details?id=cn.opda.android.activity) which uses the Quadrant benchmark tests but compares the result against a "global" database of results with other phones. (I'm not sure what edition of Quadrant it uses or how its results compare to Quadrant Standard Editition) Anyway, DeviceMark came back with a score of 1478, which ranks it just behind an LG Optimus 2X (1 Ghz Tegra2) and just ahead of the hTC Desire HD (1GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon, same as the Warp). Not too shabby. I'm sure there are cases where the Tegra2's dual-core processor will leave the Snapdragon behind, but Quadrant certainly isn't finding them.

    By the way, DeviceMark also evaluates SD card performance. I picked up a 32 GB SanDisk class 2 card recently to use in my Warp, partly because I'd read that Sandisk's class ratings tended to be very conservative, and that a Sandisk class 2 was equivalent to most other vendor's class 6 cards. The DeviceMark test confirmed that -- on both runs it indicated write speeds of well over 6 MB/s (over 8 MB/s on the second run) and read speeds of 18-19 MB/s. You can pick up the 32 GB class 2 Sandisk card for about $40 on Amazon, which I think is a great deal for a name brand card that easily meets the class 6 spec.

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  2. AMW1011

    AMW1011 Newbie

    Tegra 2's processor isn't actually that fast. The speed of a single core of a Tegra 2 should be a little bit behind the MSM8655. Android barely uses dualcores to begin with. Tegra 2's big advantages comes in games, not because its really fast, its been outpaced by a good few GPUs, but from the optimization it gets from most games, since it is the standard.

    Comparing the older Snapdragon, the QSD8650, to a Tegra 2 device, and you will rarely see a difference. The push for more cores over IPC (instructions per clock) improvements is actually ridiculous, but its cheaper to develop. The MSM8655 should be more than enough for most applications.

    On another note, the MSM8655 is known for some amazing overclocking potential. Getting it to 1.5 Ghz is fairly common, and some have even hit 2GHz. Even at 1.2-1.3 Ghz, the increase in performance is pretty noticeable without much impact on power consumption. I'm really anxious to see some Overclocked ROMs for this thing.
  3. Mr Freeze

    Mr Freeze Member

    Impressive! i mean really ! the first guy online ever to impress me on here! but yes your right ! i have did my research and everything you said checks out! nice work!:D
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  4. shinru2004

    shinru2004 Android Expert
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    Can you post the apk for that please
  5. paulbonner

    paulbonner Newbie
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  6. godraw

    godraw Well-Known Member

    Man, I'm glad I'm not your battery.

    You do anything else with your Warp? :p

ZTE Warp (N860) Forum

The ZTE Warp (N860) release date was October 2011. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, Snapdragon S2 processor, and 1600mAh battery.

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