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DROID Out Benching 1st Gen Snapdragon Phones?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sooper_droid12, Sep 9, 2010.

  1. sooper_droid12

    sooper_droid12 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Nov 25, 2009
    If there's any question about how good the TI OMAP chips are, then check out this recent GLBenchmark release that looks at the new HTC G2 (aka Vision) against some of the top handhelds today. Our DROID pushing more frames per second than the 1st gen Snapdragon phones running 2.2 (including, the HTC Evo4G, DInc and N1). Thought the fellow DROID owners would like to see that. Enjoy!

    P.S. The Vision (G2) is running an 800MHz version of the 45nm Snapdragon. The DX/2 are running the 45nm variants of the OMAP chip. What a difference 20nm makes!



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  2. Fabolous

    Fabolous Superuser

    Nov 7, 2009
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    This is kinda insane. I thought the SGX540 in the Galaxy S was supposed to lay the smack down on everything.

    But I think it's quite obvious that the Adreno 200 in Snapdragon is quite a slacker (relatively).

    The Adreno 205 in the new 45nm Snapdragons are catching up though. This is good overall for Android, as more capable devices may finally entice developers to make more great games.

    Yeah, the shrink to 45nm let TI clock the SGX530 (same GPU in D1, D2, and DX) 80% faster in the DX/2.

    The 45nm switch for Qualcomm let them put in the updated Adreno 205.

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