The two devices that stood far ahead of the pack were the Samsung Fascinate with Android 2.1 and the newly released Samsung Nexus S which is the first phone to run Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Both devices use the same exact chipset, the 1GHz Hummingbird, featuring the PowerVR SGX540 GPU. The Fascinate registered a score of 21.5 in the tests, while the Nexus S wasn’t too far behind at 20.9.
Other phones to throw down were the Apple iPhone 4 and 3GS (the iPad as well), the T-Mobile HTC G2, the HTC EVO 4G, the Motorola DROID, the HTC Nexus One and the Nokia N900 to name a few.
Using the older PowerVR SGX535 GPU, the Apple iPhone 3GS actually finished in a pretty respectable position. It should not come as a surprise that its result is considerably better than the one of the iPhone 4, since both pack the same GPU, but the 3GS has a lower resolution screen, enabling it to achieve a better framerate. The same trend is seen with the results of the iPad, which are even lower than those of the iPhone 4, because of the iPad's higher-resolution display. Keep in mind though that this benchmark measures exclusively the graphics performance of these handsets and should not be considered an all-around system performance measure.
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source: Into Mobile