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Which is the fastest Droid? Here's a chart

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by patfactorx, Feb 10, 2011.

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    OMAP3
    The OMAP3 [1] is broken into 3 distinct groups: the OMAP34x, the OMAP35x, and the OMAP36x. OMAP34x and OMAP36x are distributed directly to large handset (such as cell phone) manufacturers. OMAP35x is a variant of OMAP34x intended for catalog distribution channels. The OMAP36x is a 45nm version of the 65nm OMAP34x with higher clock speed.[2]

    The video technology in the higher end OMAP3 parts is derived in part from the DaVinci product line, which first packaged higher end C64x+ DSPs and image processing controllers with ARM9 processors last seen in the older OMAP1 generation.

    Not highlighted in the list below is that each OMAP3 SoC has an "Image, Video, Audio" (IVA2) accelerator. These units do not all have the same capabilities. Most devices support 12 megapixel camera images, though some support 5 or 3 megapixels. Some support HD imaging.

    Model Number Max Clock Speed Instruction Set CPU GPU Semiconductor Technology Generation Availability Utilizing Devices
    OMAP3410 600 MHz ARMv7 ARM Cortex-A8 PowerVR SGX530 65 nm 3rd Gen Motorola Charm, Motorola Flipout, Motorola Flipside
    OMAP3420 600 MHz ARMv7 ARM Cortex-A8 PowerVR SGX530 65 nm 3rd Gen
    OMAP3430 600 MHz ARMv7 ARM Cortex-A8 PowerVR SGX530 65 nm 3rd Gen Motorola Droid/Milestone, Palm Pre, Samsung i8910, Nokia N900
    OMAP3440 800 MHz ARMv7 ARM Cortex-A8 PowerVR SGX530 65 nm 3rd Gen Milestone XT720
    OMAP3503 600 MHz ARMv7 ARM Cortex-A8 N/A 65 nm 3rd Gen Gumstix Overo Earth
    OMAP3515 600 MHz ARMv7 ARM Cortex-A8 PowerVR SGX530 65 nm 3rd Gen
    OMAP3525 600 MHz ARMv7 ARM Cortex-A8 N/A 65 nm 3rd Gen
    OMAP3530 720 MHz ARMv7 ARM Cortex-A8 PowerVR SGX530 65 nm 3rd Gen Beagle Board, Gumstix, IGEPv2, OSWALD, Overo Water, Pandora, Touch Book
    OMAP3610 800 MHz ARMv7 ARM Cortex-A8 PowerVR SGX530 45 nm 3rd Gen Motorola Defy, Motorola Bravo
    OMAP3620 720 MHz ARMv7 ARM Cortex-A8 PowerVR SGX530 45 nm 3rd Gen Motorola Cliq 2, Droid Pro, Droid 2
    OMAP3630 1 GHz ARMv7 ARM Cortex-A8 PowerVR SGX530 45 nm 3rd Gen Motorola Milestone 2, Pre 2, Samsung i9003, Droid X, Archos 101, Archos 70, Archos 43, Archos 32, Archos 28
    OMAP3640 1.2 GHz ARMv7 ARM Cortex-A8 PowerVR SGX530 45 nm 3rd Gen Motorola Droid 2 Global
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    The Droid 2 and Pro have a 1GHz processor though...?
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    Yeah the D2G got an updated processor
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    ?

    Why does your list have the regular D2 as 720MHz though?
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    I unno I got this from Wikipedia =op
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    When the cover was removed from the d2's processor,it turned out to be the 3630.
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    Now I would be more interested into which has really been found to out out the best possible speed.
    I know with the X alot of people can overclock to 1.5Ghz range and run stable no problem. I keep mine limited to 1.3Ghz for daily use.

    I know some if these that are 1.2 stock may be able to hit 1.7-1.8.

    Of course none of this will matter in a few months when the dual core phone hit the market and all of our phones are turtles by comparison.

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