Great fun app I remember trying this long ago on my poor Optimus T and it was chunkier than all get out. Now on my Galaxy Pro 8.4 it hit a full 60 fps. I've been noticing that many other devices are also right at 60 fps and I know there's more differences between them that should affect the frame rate. I bet the devices themselves have capped frame rates... (Now that I read the product description I see that that's mostly true. I wonder if Cyanogen unlocks it...)
NEXUS S / ACER ICONIA A500 KID ANDROID NEXUS S I9020a STOCK ICS 4.0.4 —*BEST* 51.9 fps* ACER. a500 STOCK 3.2.1 —*BEST* 42.1 fps. Theres no way my NEXUS S is better than my ICONIA A500, THIS APP IS BULLSHIT -KID ANDROID
Good benchmark app But really galaxy s2 is never good than grand. Those who lie that s2 has 60fps are just dreaming . I tested once for my grand and it gave 59.5 fps On the chart s2 was scored 54.1 booooo@!! For those who lie for such a small thing
Gpu on fire? Even when I use 2 cores @ 50% I get around 57 FPS so.. No no heat , it's to bad my tablet has a frame limit @60...
good benchmark app Good app to compare your handset against others with the same model in order to baseline your unit so you can determine whether or not your unit is performing within specs. Also good for those adventurous souls looking to overclock. Stock SGS2 @ 60fps.
Not too bad 5/5 if dev. is able to include android version type at result page. 58.0fps on LG optimus 3D(p920) on stock rooted gingerbread.
- Fixed problem with Samsung Galaxy S II (which caused version 1.6 to not work at all on that device)
- Improved linking from app to score site: http://nena.se/nenamark
- Performance scores should be the same as with 1.5/1.7. If you do see big differences please consider sending a bug report to email@example.com with details of your device&configuration.
This App shows your devices max. number of frames per second using OpenGL ES.