Will 2.2 bring the JIT to the X?

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  1. Mr X

    Mr X Member

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    I've read about issues the JIT had with OMAP processors and was just curious.. will we see the 20+ MFLOPS other devices are seeing? I'd love to see closer to the 5x performance increase rather than the 2x the JIT is said to bring to Android.
     
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    ...well they said there is gonna be a speed up, so i dont know how unless they are planning on including JIT...i am gonna be pissed if they dont though, thats one of the reasons i bought the X..im gonna hate having to move to that HTC...
     
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    Ya i would like to hear more about this.

    Also can anyone explain why the Galaxy s phones are getting quadrant scores 2000+ with the lag fix? Is that similar to the stagefright hack for the X?

    I won't say I am disappointed with the speed of my x because its scoring 1290 right now out of the box on 2.1, and I have seen some EVO's with froyo scoring less than that.
     
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    Yeah it is kinda looking like we're getting the short end of the stick here. Only time will tell though. Couple more days...
     
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    ...if you have a faster processor that will do more mflops..then we could save a HELLUVA lot of power underclocking, and not experiance ANY lag at all..

    i wanna see some n1 processor scores on my x...
     
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    What I dont understand is if this JIT is optimized for Snapdragon why is their a huge discrepancy in its performance from the different phones running it?

    The Nexus with Froyo is getting 2000+ in quadrant.
    The evo with froyo is getting liek 1200-1400.

    Same processor, can anyone explain??
     
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    Sense UI?

    blah blah blah
     
  8. LexusBrian400

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    It sounds like some of you have the wrong idea about what JIT actually does.

    JIT will improve CPU-bound tasks, but it will not improve the interactivity of the underlying OS, which is what people are really complaining about. - nenolod


    I'd go into more detail, but you guys (should) know how to google :)
     
  9. RnD_Solo

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    regardless, JIT makes the entire shabang run faster
     
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