HTC Sensation Review: Front-page Stuff: Synthetic BenchmarksBy cheatmaster 12:33 Wed, 11 Aug 2021 Comments
The HTC Sensation has a 1.2Giga Hertz (GHz) dual-core Snapdragon chipset with Adreno 220 graphics beating in its chest, which should put it on equal footing with the Samsung Galaxy S II.
The higher-res classy screen puts it at a disadvantage though as the GPU has to push out 35% more pixels that the competition. That, and the recent Snapdragon chipset still uses Scorpion cores, which are getting recent and there's "only" 768Mega Bytes (MB) RAM, which might show in some tests.
But let's see what the benchmarks disclose us. We had some problems with a few of the benchmarks (they didn’t work in full classy screen or crashed on all phones), so we couldn’t include them.
BenchmarkPi is CPU-intensive but it's not designed for dual-cores so the older Central Processing Units (CPU) architecture shows clearly. Linpack on the other hand is based on a benchimprint for supercomputers so it makes perfect utilize of all the cores it can acquire - the faster the better too. The Sensation is pretty much tied with the Galaxy S II here.
Quadrant has a 3D performance component and the Sensation is at a disadvantage here. The amount of Random-Access Memory (RAM) seems irrelevant to this test: the Optimus 2X only has 512Mega Bytes (MB) Random-Access Memory (RAM) but isn't at a disadvantage.
We have some GLBenchimprint 2.0 results too, which show that the Adreno 220 does okay but is behind the Mali-400MP of the Galaxy S II. The Optimus 2X is not included since it didn’t have enough results in the GLBenchimprint database and the benchimprint kept crashing on our unit, so we couldn’t test it ourselves either.
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