Motorola ATRIX 4G and Motorola DROID BIONIC scorch the Android benchmarks

Motorola ATRIX 4G and Motorola DROID BIONIC scorch the Android benchmarks
The Motorola DROID BIONIC and the Motorola ATRIX 4G have scored impressively in the Android Quadrant benchmark tests that was run on the dual-core handsets while on display at the CES show.

NVIDIA's Tegra 2 chipset might have the same graphics rendering capabilities as the current single-core king Samsung Hummingbird, but other platform elements like I/O speeds come into play in Quadrant as well.

Thus the Motorola ATRIX 4G has scored 2616 points on Quadrant, while Motorola DROID BIONIC nailed 2284 out of the box, without the test even been optimized for dual-core chipsets yet. Those are amazing scores for possibly non-final units, and the highest we've seen so far on stock handsets. And we thought the HTC Thunderbolt's 1926 score was impressive.

For now the Motorola DROID BIONIC is shaping up to be the speed demon of the smartphone world, when you put together the dual-core chipset with Verizon's fast low-latency 4G network.

source: AndroidCentral & Engadget

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1. Mobile Recharge unregistered

Online Mobile Recharge Thus the Motorola ATRIX 4G has scored 2616 points on Quadrant, while Motorola DROID BIONIC nailed 2284 out of the box, without the test even been optimized for dual-core chipsets yet. Those are amazing scores for possibly non-final units,

2. iWantThunferbolt unregistered

Even though these phones are fast the HTC Thunderbolt isn't that far behind the Bionic and the Thunderbolt is only single core. Not that impressed with the Bionic. I am done with Motorola until they get rid of BLUR!!!

7. jogutier

Posts: 324; Member since: Feb 12, 2010

Dont judge an Android phone with it's stock OS. Remember it's customizable. :)

16. Dave unregistered

not motorola

3. ayephoner

Posts: 858; Member since: Jun 09, 2009

im really disappointed in what we saw at CES. we only got one dual core vzw device and it runs moto blur. hopefully we get an HTC or LG or Samsung dual core really soon.

5. MOTOX unregistered

Yet you forget, this is only up until summer...so you have IPHONE 4- POSSIBLY LTE, BIONIC, THUNDERBOLT, REVOLUTION, AND NO NAME SAMMY, LOL... AFTER THAT EXPECT AN HTC DUAL CORE....MINE!...LOL, AND HOPEFULLY AN ATRIX SORT OF PHONE FOR VZW....WITH THE NEW BLUR ON THE BIONIC ON THAT.... :)

4. henry1086

Posts: 9; Member since: May 26, 2010

im fine with single core. Why? well because its already fast enough and I dont plan on playing games on it. I have a ps3 for that thank you very much. HTC phones are usually pretty quick albeit because of HTC sense but still. The battery will also suffer from the dual core chipset which I dont want to deal with. Ill be happy with the Thunderbolt because it has exactly what I need. If youre a big gamer than get a PSP. We can't forget that these phones are phones and their battery life will probably never meet the standard that we want them to meet.

6. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

actually henry, you couldnt be more wrong. the dual core nvidia uses way LESS power than a single core snapdragon chipset. u should do a little research before spouting. LOL. Add to that, according to the PA charts, these phones come with larger than average batteries, you will be getting a phone with exponentially more power while getting exponentially better battery life.

8. eh unregistered

definitely not "exponentially" more power or battery life. more, yes. definitely. do you know the definition?

14. deago78

Posts: 172; Member since: Oct 08, 2009

Splitting hairs?

12. henry1086

Posts: 9; Member since: May 26, 2010

while that may be true, it has been said that the other companies who are making dual core chipsets will be much more superior to that of nvidia. So either way i'd wait for those chipsets to hit the market. Will i? probably not cause I want 4G asap. lol Thanks for the info though remixfa.

15. Fuz10n unregistered

@ Henry1086 .... LOL, I am sorry but NVIDIA is on the top of they're game. They have the fastest single GPU video card on the planet and their chips are now even being used by sports cars for pete's sake. You think that HTC, Motorola and other companies that do not create video gaming components (and the best in the world) are gonna surpass a company that does this for fun? LOL, sorry but Nvidia will just keep making better chips for phones and video cards.

17. Dave unregistered

better check the new ATI stuff, nVidia used to be top dog but they got lazy and build inefficient boards now http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/2010-gaming-graphics-charts-high-quality/Sum-of-FPS-Benchmarks-19 20x1200,2491.html

9. omar unregistered

check out optimus 2x benchmark

10. omar unregistered

sorry forgot to put the link ;)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OWZTD4DPFs

11. InspectorGadget80 unregistered

I called it B.S. Bionic beat my Atrix!

13. osanilevich

Posts: 287; Member since: Sep 29, 2009

If TEGRA 2 can do that, the upcoming Orion chip from Samsung might melt the phone!

18. Dave unregistered

It really is embarrassing, 2600 (dual core) vs 1926 (single core) just wait until they come out with the snapdragon scorpion 1.2 ghz dual core in the fall. Both motos are locked and probably wont see an over-clock worth loading, I suspect the HTC to surpass those benchs easily within 4 months.

19. laxwillsch unregistered

My single core inspire 4 g just got a 3100 quadrant running Android revolution 1.6 and buzz's oc kernel. Something MOTO will never do!!! Why o why would you ever spend that kind of money on a locked bootloader. It's only a matter of time until MOTO comes out with a new phone and forgets all about the atrix and the Bionix. I think you will be lucky to see gingerbread. Say goodbye to ice cream.

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