Wonder why they chose to use a "Z" in place of the "S" in ReZound. Maybe it's because they were trying to compete with the RaZr? Motorola Droid RAZR vs HTC Rezound - Benchmark Tests (video) DROID RAZR Benchmark Results: Quadrant Standard: 2,734 Quadrant Advanced: 2,941 CF-Bench: Native — 11,167 Java — 2,944 Overall — 6,233 Antutu: 6,042 Vellamo: 1023 Multitouch Test: 10 simultaneous touch-points NeoCore: 59.2 fps HTC Rezound Benchmark Results: Quadrant Standard: 2,373 - FAIL! Quadrant Advanced: 2,504 - FAIL! CF-Bench: Native — 9,194 Java — 1,613 Overall — 4,645 - FAIL, and FAIL, and FAIL!! Antutu: 4,996 (few more runs scored higher – 5,532) - FAIL! Vellamo: 921 - FAIL! Multitouch Test: 4 simultaneous touch-points - A RESOUNDING FAIL!!! NeoCore: 59.4 fps - Oooh, a win??? Yeah, .2 frames per second! I'm going to turn in my RAZR for the Rezound...NOT!!! Hey, take notice of the beautiful colors, high contrast, and the overall better image of the phone on the left. For those of you who are hoping it's the Rezound...it's NOT - FAIL!!! The Rezound has a faster processor, though clocked down to the same speed, and yet it's still beat out by the RAZR! So the Rezound has higher resolution. Who looks at their screen with a jeweler's loupe anyway? I sure don't. If it's all the near-sighted teenage texters, well go get your Rezound with your Beats and Dr. Dre (Hey Doc, where's your Doctorate Certificate, anyway??) We can go back to the other stats such as battery size, physical phone size, thickness, beauty, but I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings...yeah, right! RAZR wins. It's not all about processor model, clock speed, graphics processor, etc. It's more about how well the components are integrated and work together, and how well the software is written to take advantage of the chips' features.