Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by KoukiFC3S, May 30, 2011.
I got 1394. I do have a lot of apps though. What are you getting?
I have spent Hundreds on my iPhone 3Gs, Ipod Touch and iPad 2 so I’m holding back.
By a Sc!@ up I ended up getting assassins creed, Lets Golf 2, Backstab, Avatar, N.O.V.A 2 and Ultimate Spiderman Total Mayhem. Awesome Games by the way
Also picked up MediEvil PSX and the free Asphalt 6
Watch out for game loft rip-offs - xda-developers
trying to buy games from them. I meant to buy one game and get one free.
I clicked the download and nothing happened. So I clicked again and noticed it downloaded. So I selected another game I expected to get free.
So after my SD card quit Rogers told me to redownload them. Little did I know there is a special way to redownload. So I ended up buying the games again. When I called gameloft they would not refund me and made me chose other games to replace them.
And while I was on the phone trying to get them to help me with the missing modern combat 2 game I ended up clicking the wrong thing again. So in all I expected to buy one game and ended up with 5 or 6.
but that has nothing to do with quadrant scores...
Got 1505 on my second run.
"but that has nothing to do with quadrant scores... "
I thought he was asking what apps people are getting.
I score between 1300-1600 with various runs. Can't wait until we can overclock this thing, since at stock it's getting right under what my Droid X was getting overclocked to 1.3Ghz
So what is quadrant?
in short, it tests how fast your phone is
It's a benchmarking tool to use for Android based devices. Just search Quadrant in the market, and download and run the test. After it completes it gives your score, and the average base score from about a dozen other phones and what OS they are on.
1335 the first run and 1579 less than a minute later. I find 1579 hard to believe. I'm just wondering why the results varied by so much.
Probably background tasks, and the CPU speed fluctuating between tests. On my Droid X I could pull 1700 at 1.35ghz with the min CPU speed set to 400mhz, but when I set min/max both to 1.35 I would pull nearly 2000.