Better than the other one I've tried I like this because rather than just jumping into the tests (and not crashing, unlike that other one), it gives me some info about my hardware. Was specifically looking for OpenGl, just to see if it works at all on my phone. OpenGl seems to work, just dismally slow by this benchmark. It would get 5 stars if there were an option to save the results to file or send them off in an email.
Good Benchmark Tool ASUS Nexus 7 3534 Samsung Galaxy Nexus 2157 Motorola Xoom 1966 HTC Droid Incredible 934 Motorola Droid 635 It runs through the test on my Motorola Droid but won't connect to show me results. Network connection repeatedly fails. That's why only four stars. Works great on 4 out of my 5 active devices. Edit: Droid finally gave results, but keeping at four stars for the hassle lol. They got plenty of five stars so :P
Samsung s2 git9100 mini 4.0.3 Siyah kernel overclocked to 1600 mhz. Did some serious tweaking with I/o scheduler and ram and my highest score was 5500. Bring it on quad-core people. Y'all think y'all phone fast but do y'all really understand linux os. Benchmarks are not accurate but I do know how to get top score with any linux device.
JXD P1000 Got the score of 3088 and a 3rd place in the lot with the htc 1 and the asus transformer pad leading. The Motorola Atrix 4G, the galaxy tab 10.1 and other great devices are behind it. As a consequence I'm pretty satistied with the results. My jaws almost dropped to the floor when i saw this. Its a really good app with no lag all and extremelly easy to use. I gave it 5 star so give it a try too :)
6950 (averaging) Stock and still getting amazing scores. Have done a few different tests, and it seems to vary the results erratically. Some will be over 7000 with many apps running, yet when I clear memory scores seem to drop. Nice app for showing others the difference between my old evo 4g (stock, averaging 800), the evo 3d (stock, averaging 1950) and my note 2.
Excellent tool! Works as advertised: solid and trouble free. New to Android, former iPhone user. Samsung Galaxy Note II now. Benchmark results like these were part of my decision to switch: turned in 5950 on stock unrooted Jellybean 4.1. This thing is a powerhouse. Buh bye Apple.
v2.1.1: Fixed the CPU core detection bug