Akvelon has announced a new Performance Management Toolkit or PMT for Android device testing that allows developers and others to test the real world end-to-end user experience on the mobile device. The PMT is aimed at all sorts of developers that are trying to figure out how apps and other things affect the performance of the Android device. The PMT also allows crowd sourcing of the test process using a customizable solution for server side test scheduling.
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Galaxy S II here ripping through any other stock quadrant score we've yet to see.
myTouch 4G while they are preparing for the review. It's benchmarking suggests that its the fastest Android smartphone around. They decided to pit it up against another recently released Android smartphone called the HTC Desire HD. What's interesting, is the results from the test. Both have the same 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 processor paired with 768MB of RAM, but when tested, the MyTouch 4G came out decently far ahead.
MyDroidWorld. It’s a fully functional ROM that was made from a Froyo nandroid backup from a Nexus One.