Fun to check what your phone is capable of. Doesn't recognize Snapdragon 835 in the Pixel 2. Unfortunately you can't really compare to other devices in the list because it starts with ones that were released 2+ years ago (like the Nexus 6).
Very good idea to put battery Benchmark, but all of you with Amoled screens be careful, 3 hours on same page is long time not speaking about 20 hours. And to just get some statistics. What a missed option who is that crazy.
On my brand new Pixel 2XL it crashes on start up... automatically. As soon as I tap to open Geekbench 4, boom, Crash, Why?!
BS. Worked fine until 4.2.0 update, now crashes half way through Compute test... Also requires internet connection; ANNOYING!
According to this terrible benchmark utility, my Android phone is half as fast as my 4.7ghz i7 4c/8t desktop processor and an iPhone 8 is just as fast. Best part is, while running the benchmark on my desktop I don't see any actual load on my system. This is by far the worst, most misleading method of checking CPU performance I have ever used! Might as well use MIPS or GIPS as it would be more accurate.
It doesn't detect my device properly. I am using OnePlus 3T, but it shows that I am using the regular OnePlus 3 with snapdragon 820. I don't know how it affects the results, but if it is, please, fix the damn thing. Overall it's an ok app. It gives you detailed benchmark results (may be a little too specific that it gets confusing). In the comparison tab there's not that many devices to compare to, it would classy if there were a lot of relevant new phones
Re-introduce Battery Benchmark.