The dual-core phones benchmarked, LG Optimus 3D takes the top
0. phoneArena 16 Feb 2011, 04:51 posted on
The Texas Instruments OMAP4 chipset in the LG Optimus 3D is taking the lead over Exynos and Tegra 2, as found on the Samsung Galaxy S II, and the LG Optimus 2X...
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1. Kakarotto (Posts: 96; Member since: 07 Dec 2010)
Everyone was thinking about Tegra 2 and Orion/Exynos - what will be better.
And now we have unexpected winner - TI OMAP 4430.
2. calamazoo (unregistered)
I don't think we should call 4-5 frames per second more a definite winner, and in the browser mark they also got close results. in comparison to single-core chipsets, though, which get results in the low 30k on this browser test, they are all definitely winners :-)
8. giantgnome (Posts: 67; Member since: 11 Feb 2011)
None of these tests have been optimized for the new phones. Once the tests catch up to the hardware the results can change drastically, not to mention when the OS bugs are finally worked out. In any case, they are so close in score I would take the S2 over the Optimus 3D just for two things alone, the S2 is much thinner, and it can do 1080P at 30fps. I don't need the 3D gimmicks.
11. m16 (unregistered)
Design and sleekness is one aspect but for me and most gadget geeks performance has to be put into more consideration.
3. OG Droid (unregistered)
Nothing like benchmarking new phones to make my Moto Droid look outdated. Amazing what can happen in 18 months. This just makes my update choices more confusing. Have to wait till I can get my hands on some of these before making a final decision on upgrading.
5. snowgator (Posts: 3276; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
Wave of the future I know, but as far as new phone purchases go- how long before this type of processing speed is actually needed for the more basic user? Is it truly a worthwhile for the premium price, say in the next 12 months? Most of what I have read is dual core may be 2 years ahead of the need- is this accurate?
6. Jeromeo (Posts: 135; Member since: 11 Jan 2010)
Who would've known that the myTouch could beat out so many 'better' devices with faster processors?!
Would have been nice to see the Vibrant (the only American GalaxyS variant with 2.2 froyo) in the lineup.
I object to showing a N900 at a measly 600mHz... Mine is clocked at 1150mHz!
7. etretti (unregistered)
i think Atrix would have same scores or better then lg x2 with the same resolution, kinda unfair bench but sure if u play something its going to be played in the native resolution so...bleh :)
9. susy (unregistered)
lun te chro .
10. susy (unregistered)
lun te chro
12. jeffplusplus (unregistered)
1080P is 24fps, 1080I is 30fps.
probably should know what you are talking about before you type.
13. stewy55 (unregistered)
1080p is a resolution, not a screen refresh rate. a standard lcd tv has a 60hz refresh at 1080p, what would you call that then if p is only 24 fps? some new tvs refresh at 480hz now. 1080p and 1080i are only different in the way the image is processed and displayed on your tv. like a panaramic vs 2 side by side photos. This is done only because a phone or small camera dont have enough image processing power to store the data fast enough.That is the only difference in the 2. maybe you should read your own words Jeffplusplus, and do as instructed.