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Topic # 138908 21-Jan-2014 14:43 Send private message

Just ran Basemark OS II and this is what I get on my Lumia 1020. What is yours?





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  Reply # 971702 21-Jan-2014 15:06 Send private message

497 on Lumia 920. It seems to be having trouble submitting it though :-/

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  Reply # 971718 21-Jan-2014 15:48 Send private message

460 on my yellow 1020.

Yellow makes it go faster right?

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Whats the native res on a 920?

 

 



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  Reply # 971727 21-Jan-2014 16:10 Send private message

768x1280

Hmm, tried again to get a screenshot and got 500:



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  Reply # 971731 21-Jan-2014 16:16 Send private message

Apple iPhone 5s -



Cool little test program, actually.




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  Reply # 971753 21-Jan-2014 16:47 Send private message

iPhone 5
iOS : 7.0.4





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  Reply # 971758 21-Jan-2014 17:03 Send private message

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462 on my White 1020

White is better than yellow, yes?

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I would upload the screenshot if only I knew how :-)

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  Reply # 971867 21-Jan-2014 20:24 Send private message

results from my HTC 8X


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  Reply # 971884 21-Jan-2014 20:47 Send private message

Can't wait to see what my 520 says... If it ever finishes.

My Xperia Z1 was 877.


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Lumia 1520(Yellow):

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  Reply # 972028 22-Jan-2014 04:23 Send private message

Score: 1026.47 on my Lumia 1520

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  Reply # 972052 22-Jan-2014 08:33 3 people support this post Send private message

My iPhone 4



70. Nice round number. This is like latency right? Where lower numbers are better?

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My Moto G running Paranoid Android

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  Reply # 972062 22-Jan-2014 09:12 One person supports this post Send private message

Wowsers.... knew iPhone 4 was slower, but didnt realize that much.




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xpd: Wowsers.... knew iPhone 4 was slower, but didnt realize that much.

Would be interesting to see an iPhone 4S as a comparison. 




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