HTC ThunderBolt benchmark tests
0. phoneArena posted on 17 Mar 2011, 02:59
Earlier in the day we ran the Quadrant benchmark program a few times on the ThunderBolt and got scores around 1800-1850, but for some reason when we ran the same tests later (as shown in the video), the scores were lower at 1430-1490. We can only think that there must be some background applications running that is eating up CPU cycles for the speeds to drop. Meanwhile, the Motorola DROID X was consistent at 1400-1450.
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1. akaBoogie (unregistered) posted on 17 Mar 2011, 12:24 2 1
I ran the test several times. I 1900+ everytime.... Blazing fast phone.
3. pat (unregistered) posted on 17 Mar 2011, 23:25 0 2
1650 on just 3g even..this phone rocks
5. BP (unregistered) posted on 20 Mar 2011, 00:44 0 0
Don't waste your money on this T-Bolt. It's obsolete processor and 768mb on memory is subpar. 1400-1500 benchmark score is pathetic. Wait for the Bionic or jump ship to AT&T and buy the Motorola Atrix 4G, I did. I pull 2700 benchmark scores on average in the morning at first start up and later in the evening. 1930mah battery gives me 9 hours of solid use. 2Ghz of processing speed mixed with 1GB of memory makes for great performance.
6. BP IS GAY (unregistered) posted on 20 Mar 2011, 21:57 0 0
LOL my single core moto droid 2 gets 3k gg pz gg pz gg pz gg pz @ 1.3 ghz.
9. lolwat (unregistered) posted on 27 Mar 2011, 17:22 0 0
you are aware that this is the new series of snapdragons? Until software is optimized for two cores, this phone can do just as well.
7. BP IS GAY (unregistered) posted on 20 Mar 2011, 21:58 0 0
Also we all know Quadrant totally shows the performance of the phone! #Sarcasm.
8. lolwat (unregistered) posted on 27 Mar 2011, 17:20 0 0
I can rig my droid X quadrant scores to go to 3700, quadrant is inaccurate. use linpack