Motorola DROID 4 benchmark tests
0. phoneArena posted on 09 Feb 2012, 00:57
Something we naturally expected to see out of the box, the Motorola DROID 4 appears to offer a responsive performance with most operations. However, there’s this strange ghosting effect happening as we’re navigating around the homescreen...
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1. KingKurogiii posted on 09 Feb 2012, 01:10 2 1
dude, get outta here. literally the only devices that are more powerful than this are the Galaxy Nexus, the Galaxy S II, the Galaxy Note and the Transformer Prime and I saw no issue at all in Neocore. this thing is definitely in the elite echelon of powerhouses.
2. Droid800 posted on 09 Feb 2012, 02:05 1 0
Has 'John V.' ever used a recent Moto handset? There is NO ghosting; that is part of the animations.
3. RORYREVOLUTION posted on 09 Feb 2012, 02:35 0 0
The stutter from pinch to zoom on photos does bother me but if you actually download another photo gallery app it doesnt occur. Seems like an issue with the stock app itself and not the processor of the device.
4. Bluesky02 posted on 09 Feb 2012, 03:02 0 0
I'm sure it can be fix and optimize with updates
6. kshell1 posted on 09 Feb 2012, 06:08 1 0
nice, very nice actually, to out perform the sgs2 is a feat in its own
7. corrifa posted on 09 Feb 2012, 19:15 0 2
Theres nothing good about it beating the gs2 when its almost a year old...
8. kshell1 posted on 10 Feb 2012, 09:41 1 0
there is when the sgs2 has just about the strongest dual core on the market and 1gb of ram. if they took ideas from the nexus line and the og droid they should stay stock to improve performance. then the scores would crush everything look at the galaxy primes benchmarks. its higher than the sgs2 not because of the processor but because of stock 4.0
9. irogag posted on 03 Mar 2012, 16:24 0 0
2876 for Quadrant score? That's nothing. I got 901 w/ my Droid OG (original) rooted and shoales ROM (Bugless Beast latest). That's 3x what the score shows on the chart here for a Droid: somewhere halfway between 250 and 500.
Whoot whoot,, will just wait for Droid 5 or Razr MAXX MAXX
Also, can you imagine if you can root the Droid 4 or Razr what type of scores you'll get once you eliminate all the bloatware and useless startup apps ?? I think out of the 1GB RAM I saw on a Verizon display Droid 4 like only 470 MB were free, what the hell??