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General Speed test vs Moto Droid

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by edge, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. edge

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    Anyone done a side by side speed test with the Moto Droid and the Incredible.. My friend says it is twice as fast, but has anyone benchmarked it or done a side by side?
     

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  2. edge

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    Nothin eh?
     
  3. FrozenIpaq

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    A bit impatient eh? Most comparisons that currently exist are to the Nexus One and iPhone 3GS. It might be a few days before you see actual owners comparing the devices to each other. My suggestion: try Google..

    There are no videos that I know of comparing the two phone's performance but there are plenty of textual reviews out there. The general consensus is: it's faster (doubt 2x) but if you already have a Moto Droid you probably don't need to upgrade. I believe another user on these forums posted his opinion of the Incredible compared to his previous Moto Droid, so try looking for that as well.
     
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  5. edge

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    Thanks Dream. Pardon my laziness...
     
  6. edge

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    It does look faster.. Why can the Incredible stream on Hulu but the Moto can't? Don't they run the same os?
     
  7. Dream

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    The Incredible has twice the processor speed as the Moto.

    Edit: Just re-read your question. The Incredible supports Flash Lite, the Moto does not.
     

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