How to see detailed performance and frame rate data for any Android game (no root required)
Benchmarks, however, are one thing, and real-life performance is another story. In this tutorial, we'll show you how to measure the frame rate of Android games. This should allow you to see if your device is powerful enough to hit the 60 fps mark in your favorite games.
Do keep in mind that this guide might not be suitable for beginners. You will need a bit of patience to pull this one off. You will also need a USB cable and a computer to which to connect your Android phone or tablet. With this made clear, let's get started!
UPDATE: Oops! We were wrong about GameBench not supporting real-time FPS display. The FPS Overlay option is available in the Settings menu.