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Support Processor, Frame Rate, Multi-Touch Screen, and Benchmarks

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by HtcEvoLemon, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. HtcEvoLemon

    HtcEvoLemon Well-Known Member
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    Hey, so I might make the switch to verizon to get this phone.

    I have been reading some things online, not sure what is true, what is false, I am hoping a Droid X expert can clarify some points.

    The processor is 1ghz, but it does not belong to the famous snapdragon family. True or False? If true... how will it compete with the snapdragon and the even more faster processor found in the samsung galaxy s.

    The processor on the droid will be slow for video and gaming compared to Samsang Galaxy S? True or false..... please look at the link below for the benchmark of some new android phones before you answer this question. I don't seem to know how the Droid X processor will fall in this benchmarking.

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


    Video capture frame rate will be locked at 24fps, not 30fps like all the other new Android phones. True or False?

    It will not have a multi-touch screen. True or false?


    Updated question... How will battery life be?
     

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  2. Vihzel

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    Is this a serious post?...
     
  3. schmunkey

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    Don't know much about the benchmarks but I do know that the TI OMAP is supposed to be a very good processor.

    As far as multi-touch keyboard, the Droid X will have that feature.
     
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  5. irishpride

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    The fact that this processor does not belong to the "famous snapdragon family" is a huge plus to me. It is a buzzword, much like the amoled screens are supposed to be the greatest thing ever, believe me, neither the snapdragon or amoled live up to the hype.
     
  6. HtcEvoLemon

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    I'm sorry I'm not an android expert like you are. UGH
     
  7. HtcEvoLemon

    HtcEvoLemon Well-Known Member
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    Thanks for that awesome video, the Droid X looked powerful!
     

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