Froyo performance benchmark

This is a discussion on Froyo performance benchmark within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by ezeddiekun Phones need to be compatible with +HSPA. I don't think that Nexus One is compatible with that. It uses a different ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezeddiekun View Post
    Phones need to be compatible with +HSPA. I don't think that Nexus One is compatible with that. It uses a different frequency from HSDPA.
    It will support HSPA. The nexus will not meet the technical max of HSPA+ 21Mbps, but no phone being shipped now does, so it's not really something that is 'missing'. The Nexus, and pretty much all of the other Android/3G phones on T-Mobile, have 7.2Mbps download capacity, so when they switch it on you should see numbers get closer to the max that it can support. If it actually got close to that, or even 5Mbps, you would have a seriously fast connection for a phone.

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    I hope this isn't too far off topic... I have my eye on the HTC Evo 4G, but I prefer the stock Android OS as opposed to the Sense UI. Will it be possible to use a custom cyanogen (or other custom) rom developed for the Evo that runs a variant of the stock Android OS eventually? Wouldn't this be the best of both worlds since the custom roms are usually updated shortly after Google's formal over the air updates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthny680 View Post
    I hope this isn't too far off topic... I have my eye on the HTC Evo 4G, but I prefer the stock Android OS as opposed to the Sense UI. Will it be possible to use a custom cyanogen (or other custom) rom developed for the Evo that runs a variant of the stock Android OS eventually? Wouldn't this be the best of both worlds since the custom roms are usually updated shortly after Google's formal over the air updates?
    I believe you can disable the Sense UI from the settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArcticWolf View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by anthny680 View Post
    I hope this isn't too far off topic... I have my eye on the HTC Evo 4G, but I prefer the stock Android OS as opposed to the Sense UI. Will it be possible to use a custom cyanogen (or other custom) rom developed for the Evo that runs a variant of the stock Android OS eventually? Wouldn't this be the best of both worlds since the custom roms are usually updated shortly after Google's formal over the air updates?
    I believe you can disable the Sense UI from the settings.
    Cyanogen updates as fast if not faster than OTA from Google. Therefore if you don't have the N1, but root that phone you will get updates as fast as everyone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dimmakherbs View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ArcticWolf View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by anthny680 View Post
    I hope this isn't too far off topic... I have my eye on the HTC Evo 4G, but I prefer the stock Android OS as opposed to the Sense UI. Will it be possible to use a custom cyanogen (or other custom) rom developed for the Evo that runs a variant of the stock Android OS eventually? Wouldn't this be the best of both worlds since the custom roms are usually updated shortly after Google's formal over the air updates?
    I believe you can disable the Sense UI from the settings.
    Cyanogen updates as fast if not faster than OTA from Google. Therefore if you don't have the N1, but root that phone you will get updates as fast as everyone else.

    Maybe... remember that the 4G radio might have some odd drivers that take a while to implement at first. Cyanogen will almost definitely have something the SuperSonic can use, but that one might take a bit longer to have in top shape.

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    Check this out. The top N1 running Froyo hit 40 MFLOPS. Man thats crazy!

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