Benchmarks are a big thing to some people, and to others they mean nothing but, almost everyone has run a benchmark test before. This new application AndEBench was developed by Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium, and they company made the application completely open source. This means you will know exactly how you’re phone is being tested and how the application works.
Markus Levy the president of Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium said,
“Other Android benchmarks available on the market are ‘mom-and-pop’ benchmarks in which the motivation of the benchmark developer is unknown and results can vary significantly. Furthermore, since source code is typically unavailable, it is nearly impossible to verify the functionality or true usefulness of these benchmarks. EEMBC provides an industry-approved benchmark where the source code is available to members and licensees, providing a full understanding of the code internals, to encourage hardware and software developers to use the results to drive product improvements that matter to end-users.”
The new benchmark application is just in version 1.0 so it doesn’t test much but future versions will be updated to test a lot more things.
Go to ANDEBENCH for more information and to download the application.
Also, my LG G2X running Hellfire Phoenix V2.0 got a 3333 on Native, and a 101 on java. There is no chart to compare it to like in Quadrant or Antutu but tell me your scores on twitter @landofdroid