GFXBench 3.1 adds advanced OpenGL ES 3.1-features and new special tests to the popular GFXBench 3D graphics benchmark.
Manhattan 3.1 test: GPU-intensive OpenGL ES 3.1 test using advanced API-features for testing the latest high-end mobile devices (Features: Compute shaders, Indirect draw-calls, HDR, enhanced Depth-of-Field, etc.)
Enhanced low-level tests: ALU2, Texturing, Driver Overhead 2 – replacing the original low-level tests of GFXBench 3.0, these ES 3.0 tests better approximate the workload of the Manhattan test
Detail graphs: all test results are now augmented with temperature, CPU & GPU frequency, and frame time graphs to provide additional in-depth information. Just press and hold the score on the results tab to view them.
Features from GFXBench 3.0:
Battery and Stability test: Measures the device’s battery life and performance stability by logging frames-per-second (FPS) and expected battery running while running sustained game-like animations (the T-Rex scene).
Render quality test: Measures the visual fidelity provided by the device in the high-end gaming-like scene
Multi-lingual, easy-to-use user interface: device comparison within the application by downloading the complete GFXBench database, extensive system information.
Please note: The benchmark needs at least 300 MB free space on the device.
You can compare your benchmark results with all the other uploaded results at our website: www.gfxbench.com.
If you need any help, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Test the graphic processing performance of your mobile device with this intense GPU test. With this free GPU benchmarking app you can see how well your phone or tablet performs. What fps can you reach? Compare with other devices to see which one performs better.
More functions will be added soon!
Created with the Unity Game Engine
Graphics by Manufactura K4
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Better benchmarking starts here
• Benchmark the performance of the whole device, not its isolated components.
• Tests are based on everyday activities, not abstract algorithms.
• Scores reflect real-world performance, not unachievable maximums.
• Tests use real applications and native APIs whenever possible.
• See every test in action instead of watching progress bars.
• Our guide tells you what is being measured and how scores are calculated.
• 100% free. No ads. No in-app purchases. No restrictions.
PCMark for Android app is 23 MB. The Work benchmark is a further 400 MB download, installed when you first run the app.
With PCMark for Android you can choose which benchmarks you install. Right now, there is one benchmark called Work available to download. More benchmarks will be added over time. You can uninstall benchmarks to free up storage space, while leaving PCMark for Android installed and available to browse your saved scores and the Best Devices list.
Accurate, fair and impartial
PCMark for Android is protected by rules for manufacturers and supported by a detailed technical guide that explains exactly what's being measured and how the scores are calculated.
PCMark for Android technical guide:
Futuremark benchmark rules:
OS: Android 4.1 or later
Memory: 1 GB (1024 MB)
Graphics: OpenGL ES 2.0 compatible
Storage: 23 MB app only, 423 MB app + tests
This benchmark app is for non-commercial use only
• Business users should contact email@example.com for licensing.
• Members of the press please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
PCMark for Android Professional Edition
Automate your benchmarking using adb (Android Debug Bridge). Contact us for details.
performance of any Android, iOS and Windows Phone 8 smartphones and tablets for
Simply press "Run Benchmark", the tests will be started.
The benchmark covers a comprehensive suite of tests and produces
an objective overall score and group scores in five different areas, including system,
memory, graphics, web browsing and camera.
While the full version provides all the detailed score breakdown for further analysis, which is meant for product development purpose, the free version is designed for consumers which has the same workload as the full version, but only displays the final score of overall performance and grouped area performance.
More information: http://www.rightware.com/consumer/basemark-os-ii/
You can check the performance of other devices and compare with your own on Rightware's official database Power Board, which collects results from over 1500 smartphones and tablets. http://results.rightware.com/
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- CPU detection, real-time core clock measurement
- Screen dimensions, pixel density and camera information
- Battery level and temperature monitoring
- WiFi and cellular network information
- Android OS and Dalvik properties
- SoC and device model identification
- Memory and storage utilization
- OpenGL ES GPU details, real-time GPU clock measurement
- PCI, USB, CUDA, OpenCL device listing
- Sensor polling
- Listing of installed apps, codecs and system directories
- Android Wear module: native app for watches
- Android 2.1 or later
- ACCESS_WIFI_STATE -- also known as Wi-Fi connection information. AIDA64 requires this permission to show WiFi network information like signal strength and SSID.
- CAMERA. AIDA64 requires this permission to show camera information like picture resolution. AIDA64 does not take any photos or videos.
- On Android 2.1 to 4.3: READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE -- also known as Photos/Media/Files. AIDA64 requires this permission to detect external storage (SD-card) total and free space. Note: Due to a bug in Play Store, even on newer Android releases Play Store will incorrectly ask for this permission, even though AIDA64 doesn't need and doesn't utilize the permission. After the installation of the app, you can check the actually utilized permissions in Android Settings / Apps / AIDA64, and you will see that this permission is not used by AIDA64.
- Screen diagonal size calculation may yield to an incorrect value if the manufacturer encoded the wrong xdpi and ydpi values into the Android profile of the device. If you find the screen size incorrect, please send us the report of your device from the About page, and we will fix it up in the next AIDA64 app update.
- Camera capabilities may show incorrect information if the manufacturer encoded the wrong values into the Android profile of the device. If you find misreported information on the Devices page, please send us the report of your device from the About page, and we will fix it up in the next AIDA64 app update.
- Battery capacity can only be reported for factory default batteries. If the battery was replaced with an extended capacity battery, neither Android or AIDA64 will be able to detect the new capacity.
- Battery charge rate may be reported incorrectly if the phone or tablet doesn't properly support the new battery API calls introduced in Android 5.0. Even new Android devices released in 2015, coming with Android 5.0+ may not support it properly (example: Galaxy S6 doesn't fully support the new APIs).
Each test is run in a native context, coded in C++, and in a managed/Dalvik context, coded in Java. Both contexts always execute the same computational workload.
All test results are reported in milliseconds (ms). A lower score is better than a higher one.
On a single core device a single thread is used to execute all tests.
On a multi-core device, multi-threading is used. Three passes will be performed on a multi-core device. The total computational workload is the same for each pass. The first will use a single thread. The second will use two threads, and the third will use four threads. The total execution time for fast devices, which are usually multi-core, may take longer than slow devices because the entire suite is executed three times.
Your score is the sum of the execution times of all tests, both native and managed. On multi-core devices, the minimum sum of the three passes will be used.
After you run the tests, you may compare your results to other phones or tablets. This requires an Internet connection. You will be prompted to enter a short description of your device. Enter a short description and include your initials. That way, you and others will be able to better identify your results.
The app will save up to 10 sets of results, which you may retrieve and compare. Overclockers and ROM builders love this feature. You may also compare your results to others.
The app includes native binaries for armeabi, armeabi-v7a and x86.
This application does not include, display or use any ads.
This test checks the performance of your graphics card in your device.
The results of writes to the database, in which you can compare to what position this device.
This application benchmark, which is also a test of the future of the game.
Benchmark tests your device in terms of performance in games.
It is made using the Unity3D engine.
By using various effects is very demanding benchmark is smooth on top devices.
Results sticking up through google account and you can compare the result with your friends in circles or generally to all who tested their phones.
We wish you a successful and liquid tests.
This app fully supports multi-core devices and gives you the possibility to choose between single-threaded or multi-threaded tests.
If you want, you can quickly set your cpu frequency and governor, instead of having to use other cpu app.
Submit your scores to our online database and compete with your friends! If you are offline you still see all scores because of the offline score storage.
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"Is battery in good shape?"
"How many packages are installed on my device?"
"How fast is my device?"
"What sensors are present on my device?"
These questions(and many others) will be answered to you by this app!
This app will help you know better your device, by providing you useful system information and perfoming a system speed test.
It's composed of 2 parts, System Info and Speed Test.
Provides device info -in sections- about:
Device, screen, memory, processor, build, internet, battery, storage, up time, sensors, gps, gsm, camera, features, country, system.
A more detailed or advanced option is available for the most of the above sections.
This is a 3 steps system benchmark, processor, graphics and storage. It will take you about one minute. You may view your device's performance compared to other phones - tablets in a graphical way.
- Permissions are needed to access system info.
- Info in some sections may depend on device/Android version.
Basemark X features heavy graphics content and pushes tested devices to the limit. As the only professional benchmark built on top of a real-world game engine Unity 4.2.2, Basemark X reflects the real-world graphics performance of smartphones and tablets when rendering future 3D games.
Please close all the other applications when running Basemark X so that the graphic memory will not be used for other purposes. You can choose either medium (by default) or high quality to run the benchmark.
In the end of the tests, Basemark X produces a high quality and objective score, which can be compared against the scores of other devices on Rightware's official database Power Board, which collects results from over 1000 smartphones and tablets. http://results.rightware.com/
More information about Basemark X, plesae visit: http://www.rightware.com/consumer/basemark-x/
This is currently just out for testing, please report any issues!
Some sample average values:
Galaxy Nexus: 13.59
Incredible 2: 26.138
Motorola Xoom: 20.492
Motorola Droid3: 23.97
Charts rendered with aChartEngine!
結果から LG G Watch (LG-W100) は Cortex-A7 700MHz single core 相当であることがわかります。
Without a doubt - professional-grade Android device benchmarking brought to you by the independent industry association, EEMBC (www.eembc.org) – developing industry-standard benchmarks since 1997.
- Allows device vendors to assess performance, drive competitive analysis, and accomplish stability testing
- Empowers end-users to validate and compare capabilities of their phones or tablets
- Compare your benchmark results with other uploaded results at our website andebenchpro2015.eembc.org
- Automated statistical analysis for minimum, median, and maximum values
- Focuses on the key metrics that reflect the most common usage models of Android devices
- Hardware tests exercise CPU, GPU, memory, and storage
- Platform tests target common application services including GUI rendering, XML parsing, image operations, cryptography
- Register for power-user options
- Store your device scores for future access and comparisons
- Ability to download detailed score report log files
EEMBC is a non-profit industry association that uses a collaborative effort to ensure that its benchmarks are comprehensive, impartial, and reliable.
Commercial license available. Make inquiries to email@example.com.
EEMBC (www.eembc.org) – developing industry-standard benchmarks since 1997.
There are many designs of barn doors, but the simplest is the original Haig design, consisting of two bits of wood driven apart by a bolt that is turned once per minute. This design is adequate for single exposures or a series of exposures totaling 10 to 15 minutes, after which incremental "tangent error" causes stars to form noticeable trails.
Barn Door Clock enables a Haig-design barn door tracker to track celestial objects for up to three hours without any incremental tangent error. The clock slowly speeds up to correct for tangent error.
This allows simple, lightweight manual barn door trackers to have the same tracking accuracy as larger, more complex barn doors. Simply input the number of seconds initially required for each cycle of the bolt, the initial angle of the barn door, and the number of prompts per cycle the clock should display. With only a little creativity, the clock can give other rates, like half-sidereal or lunar rate.
The clock also enables you to take rests. In-between sets of exposures, tap the Rest button and quickly dial two cycles ahead (advancing to the "twelve o'clock" position). The clock will beep when you need to resume precise tracking.
The clock design is night-vision friendly.
For more information on building your own barn door tracker, this design demonstrates the simplicity of the concept:
RACE THE CLOCK!
Find as many words as you can before the clock runs out! Bigger words get more score and give you extra time.
Use your bonus letters wisely to get the maximum score, and chain words together to get combo scores!
SOLVE THE PUZZLE!
Find the nine-letter word hidden in the scrambled letters. Unlock hints by making 6, 7 or 8 letter words.