Have you imagined how two great new HTC devices could do against each other when tested by an independent software? Well that is what Androidcommunity wondered and apparently tested for us. The benchmark test was for this two new devices, the MyTouch 4G, an upcoming T-mobile 4G Android devices, and the Desire HD, a new device that we should see a variant of it come to Verizon Wireless on the 23rd of November if rumors are correct.
The two devices have the same processor and same amount of RAM but just configured differently. And that different configuration for the MyTouch 4G put it ahead on this little test, allowing it to take down the new Desire HD by a pretty nice margin. The Desire HD came in ahead of all other available Android devices running Froyo at 1,666. Now that number is nice, but the MyTouch 4G's is significantly better at 1,846.
These are two great devices. I cannot wait to get this on Verizon Wireless so I can start video calling friends with the nice front facing camera. As for the Benchmark score, I want to know what you guys usually get when you run it on your device. I know a lot of you have an OC'ed device, so please mention that and your score below. Waiting to see who is the king of Benchmark around here, and please don't lie.
News via: Phandroid