Quadrant has been used as a standard when it comes to device performance bench-marking, but over the last year has lost its prominence due to one thing – lack of dual-core processor support. Because of that, applications like AnTuTu and Smartbench have risen as the tool of choice.
Now while I take all benchmark results with a grain of salt as higher scores do not directly mean anything, I do support apps being updated to support the hardware they are used on. The latest update provides that dual-core support as well as support for Android 4.0. Check it out in the Android Market.
What’s in this version:
- v2.0 changes:
- Support for multicore CPUs and ICS
- GUI improvements
- Polish translation
- Fixed low framerate on PowerVR SGX 540
- Due to changes implemented to support new devices this version of Quadrant reports scores different from 1.x releases. The result browser will be restored in the next update, when new benchmark results are available.