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    rooted Nexus S 4G

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    How fast is your Nexus One?

    I tried running a benchmark app called Quadrant, which is supposed to test the overall system speed including CPU, GPU, IO and other areas.

    Currently my N1 is using Cyanogen 6, overclocked to 1.13GHz and I can only obtain around 1500.

    According to this table, some have managed closer to 1800 with the same setup! :

    http://smartphonebenchmarks.com

    I wonder how he did this?

    What is your fastest Quadrant number and what setup are you using?

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    Check out this thread.

    http://www.nexusoneforum.net/forum/n...reenshots.html

    Feel free to post a screenshot there of your Score!
    [PHONE] Nexus 4

    [ROM] CM11 Nightlies

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    [TABLET] Nexus 7

    [ROM] CM11 Nightlies

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    Nice.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cxm View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by SliceBurgSlim View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cxm View Post
    I was just researching an app in the market to improve my wife's galaxy s - apparantly after install they are reaching quadrant scores of 2200! How is that even possible??

    Galaxy S - 1 Click Lag Fix - Android app on AppBrain
    Galaxy S has a Dope GPU. This score seems to be based on graphics
    In that case I won't tell my wife about the lag fix. I'm not offering her bragging rights.............
    LOL. :rofl3:

    And apparently with that lag fix, IO also becomes much faster too, which is also measured by Quadrant. I almost went for Bell Vibrant but decided to keep my N1 and wait for the next bing thing.

    But I have to admit, those numbers for Galaxy S series is ridiculously high. Have you seen this table?

    http://smartphonebenchmarks.com

    Look at the way Sammy phone dominates, the highest one is 2765! Ouch.

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    I got a 1272 on my stock Nexus One.

    I rebooted this morning and ran the test and got a 1365.

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    rooted Nexus S 4G

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    I got a score of 1294 on stock Nexus One w/ Froyo.

    edit:

    Rebooted the phone, waited until it was finished loading all the apps/widgets and reran the test and got 1524.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Broad View Post
    The Nexus One is an over-hyped Android phone. But that doesn't stop it from being the best Android phone. It is, for two reasons: Hardware and software. Despite the buzz, it's not revolutionary, certainly not because of the way it's being sold—unlocked for $530 or subsidized, with a T-Mobile contract for $180. Sure, Google created its own web store that breaks the act of purchasing the device away from choosing a carrier—it'll soon even be sold by Google for use on the Verizon network. But people have been doing this for years by buying unlocked GSM phones from Nokia and Sony Ericsson and hooking them on to any GSM provider. It's just not the giant step forward that everyone was expecting.
    Um.........thats a bit off topic and so January 8th 2010.
    Was the only Australian N1 I have seen but my mate now owns one.
    32gb Sandisk.
    CM all the way baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Broad View Post
    The Nexus One is an over-hyped Android phone. But that doesn't stop it from being the best Android phone. It is, for two reasons: Hardware and software. Despite the buzz, it's not revolutionary, certainly not because of the way it's being sold—unlocked for $530 or subsidized, with a T-Mobile contract for $180. Sure, Google created its own web store that breaks the act of purchasing the device away from choosing a carrier—it'll soon even be sold by Google for use on the Verizon network. But people have been doing this for years by buying unlocked GSM phones from Nokia and Sony Ericsson and hooking them on to any GSM provider. It's just not the giant step forward that everyone was expecting.
    How does this pertain to Quadrant Scores?
    [PHONE] Nexus 4

    [ROM] CM11 Nightlies

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    [TABLET] Nexus 7

    [ROM] CM11 Nightlies

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