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re: Android benchmark gets update, publishes online
DrQuine   1/28/2013 11:33:30 PM
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The huge spread in scores is interesting ... but not very informative until we have a better understanding of the benchmark. Is this score proportional to something that consumers experience or is it a measurement that is drowned out by the overlaid software? My first computer in 1979 ran at 1 MHz and my current one runs at 2 GHz. Is it 2,000 times faster? No, actually the user interface is much slower.



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