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  Reply # 440284 16-Feb-2011 14:58
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ewen: Wow the Processor is quite fast according to the 2degrees specs -  Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM7230 8000MHz

:P


I wonder if they use water cooling to get it that fast 

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  Reply # 440339 16-Feb-2011 17:13
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siimo2005: Couple of questions (these can't be found on google or other sites i tried):

- Does it have an ambient light sensor ? (for auto screen brightness)
- How much RAM does it have? (can check using a app like System Info)


Yes for the auto screen brightness, and it comes with 354MB RAM, 2GB external storage.

 




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 440344 16-Feb-2011 17:19
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lokhor: I'd laugh if it was faster than the SGS, it has the same processor as the Desire Z. Perhaps Mauricio could run Quadrant, Linpack, Neocore and NenaMark1 and post results.


Running now, might take a bit of time...

 




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  Reply # 440348 16-Feb-2011 17:28
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freitasm:
siimo2005: Couple of questions (these can't be found on google or other sites i tried):

- Does it have an ambient light sensor ? (for auto screen brightness)
- How much RAM does it have? (can check using a app like System Info)


Yes for the auto screen brightness, and it comes with 354MB RAM, 2GB external storage.

 




354 ? thats a little stingy of Huawei.
Even the wildfire had 384mb.

I would've thought they would put in 512mb.
Sluggish much ?


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  Reply # 440349 16-Feb-2011 17:30
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Not all, quite responsive. Tests coming up soon...




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  Reply # 440350 16-Feb-2011 17:32
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freitasm:
lokhor: I'd laugh if it was faster than the SGS, it has the same processor as the Desire Z. Perhaps Mauricio could run Quadrant, Linpack, Neocore and NenaMark1 and post results.


Running now, might take a bit of time...



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IDEOS X5: 1260 (Nexus One 2.2+, Moto Droid X 2.2+, IDEOS X5, HTCEvo 2.2+, Moto Droid X, samsung Galaxy S, Nexus One, HTC Desire, SE Xperia X10i, Moto Droid, HTC Magic). 

Linpack:

MFLOPS: 26.614
Time: 3.15

Neocore:

44.8 FPS

NenaMark1:

32.2 FPS


 




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  Reply # 440352 16-Feb-2011 17:35
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freitasm:
freitasm:
lokhor: I'd laugh if it was faster than the SGS, it has the same processor as the Desire Z. Perhaps Mauricio could run Quadrant, Linpack, Neocore and NenaMark1 and post results.


Running now, might take a bit of time...



Quadrant

IDEOS X5: 1260 (Nexus One 2.2+, Moto Droid X 2.2+, IDEOS X5, HTCEvo 2.2+, Moto Droid X, samsung Galaxy S, Nexus One, HTC Desire, SE Xperia X10i, Moto Droid, HTC Magic). 

Linpack:

MFLOPS: 26.614
Time: 3.15

Neocore:

44.8 FPS

NenaMark1:

32.2 FPS


 


Wow that's pretty good performance at that price. as for the 354mb of ram, that's more than the Galaxy S has available even with the most recent firmware which gave it a boost to 339mb.

 




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  Reply # 440353 16-Feb-2011 17:38
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So far, the most impressive Android I played with, actually. And very responsive. But let's see in a week...




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  Reply # 440354 16-Feb-2011 17:40
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Yeah its how much is available to the OS not total

My HTC Magic with 192MB has 110Mb available with the new more efficient radio



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Reply # 440356 16-Feb-2011 17:49
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HOOOORRRRAY!!!!!!!!

One question for you please frietasm, what languages does it support out of the box?  Japanese?

Thanks



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  Reply # 440357 16-Feb-2011 17:53
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Languages:

Bahasa Indonesia
Cestina
Dansk
Deutsch (Deutschland)
Deutsch (Osterreich)
English (Australia)
English (Belarus)
English (Canada)
English (HK)
English (India)
English (Indonesia)
English (Ireland)
English (Japan)
English (New Zealand)
English (Pakistan)
English (Singapore)
English (South Africa)
English (Taiwan)
English (United Kingdom)
English (United States)
Espanol
Francais
Italiano
Latviesu
Lietuviu
Magyar
Nederlands
Norsk bokmal
Polski
Portugues
Romana
Slovencina
Srpski
Suomi
Svensk
Greek
Russian
Chinese
Chinese Traditional
Korean




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  Reply # 440358 16-Feb-2011 17:57
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Disinfo: Yeah its how much is available to the OS not total

My HTC Magic with 192MB has 110Mb available with the new more efficient radio




Says here you have 288mb total, so 110mb for user ?

http://www.gsmarena.com/htc_magic-2714.php 



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freitasm: Languages:

Bahasa Indonesia
Cestina
Dansk
Deutsch (Deutschland)
Deutsch (Osterreich)
English (Australia)
English (Belarus)
English (Canada)
English (HK)
English (India)
English (Indonesia)
English (Ireland)
English (Japan)
English (New Zealand)
English (Pakistan)
English (Singapore)
English (South Africa)
English (Taiwan)
English (United Kingdom)
English (United States)
Espanol
Francais
Italiano
Latviesu
Lietuviu
Magyar
Nederlands
Norsk bokmal
Polski
Portugues
Romana
Slovencina
Srpski
Suomi
Svensk
Greek
Russian
Chinese
Chinese Traditional
Korean


BUGGER! 

Thanks freitasm.  Not what I was hoping for.  It looks like they have everything in the stock Android BUT Japanese!

  I'm pleased you think the screen is good.  That was one of my concerns as they could have saved quite a few $$ on this as it is one of the most expensive parts of the device.

  A bit of a long shot, but is it Gorilla Glass?

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  Reply # 440360 16-Feb-2011 18:02
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miamiheatfan:

Says here you have 288mb total, so 110mb for user ?

http://www.gsmarena.com/htc_magic-2714.php 


There were two different versions with different chipsets and amounts of RAM.   The vodafone NZ one got the lesser amount of RAM unfortunately.

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  Reply # 440362 16-Feb-2011 18:04
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Disinfo:
miamiheatfan:

Says here you have 288mb total, so 110mb for user ?

http://www.gsmarena.com/htc_magic-2714.php 


There were two different versions with different chipsets and amounts of RAM.   The vodafone NZ one got the lesser amount of RAM unfortunately.


Or better... "What a surprise..."

 




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