The recently released Motorola Droid Pro has just gotten through with its benchmark tests, and the results are in. I must say, the results are pretty impressive. The Droid pro runs on a 1GHz processor on a 3.1-inch touchscreen with 320×480 resolution.
The Motorola Droid Pro scored a 1539, which is higher than the Droid X and the Nexus One on Froyo. Keep in mind that these benchmarks don’t mean everything when it comes to a phone’s performance, there are alot of other things to take into account as well. As you can see in the video below, the guys at Android Central run some games on it pretty easily. One of the games, Need for Speed: Shift, is included in the game and is said to work well, and don’t worry Angry Birds works perfectly fine as well(sigh of relief). Check out our hands-on video over at Slashgear and keep an eye out for a review of the device coming soon. Full video of benchmarks is available below.
Via [Android Central]
Not sure but what do the colors mean. I’m assuming they are various parts of the benchmarking process. Looks like both of the Motorola Droids in the comparison both have a LOT of green, which if it represents something like port speed or something would cause the report to be irrelevant somewhat.
For example the Nexus One 2.2 has a HUGE red zone. What does this mean? Are they ordered by the program screen? Meaning the phone has a crappy processor but largely excels in I/O speeds? Big whoop. The Droid Pro failed the CPU test pretty bad.
I meant the Nexus One has a huge BLUE zone referring to CPU benchmarks.