Wednesday, April 18, 2012

10.1'' TI OMAP4460 Dual Core 1.5GHz Android 4.0 Tablet SmartQ T20 Score test

SmartQ T20 is the 2nd Dual Core tablet PC realeased by SmartQ.It is a 10.1'' IPS capacitive touch screen with Texas Instruments (TI) OMAP4460 1.5GHz dual core CPU,intergrated PowerVR SGX540 GPU 1GB LPDDR2 RAM Android 4.0.3 ICS 16GB tablet.And T20 also has Bluetooth 4.0,HDMI 1.4 and front & back dual cameras.The hardware is really very powerful.Let's have a test the hardware and see how much scores they  can get.

Texas Instruments (TI) OMAP4460 is based on ARM Cortex-A9 MP Core Architecture.It's a 32 RISC mobile CPU.It can makes the tablets which use the CPU have best and stablest performance.Even the single core Cortex-A9 can have 25% improvement of performance compared with Cortex-A8,the performance of Dual Core Cortex-A9 can do even better.The frequency speed of OMAP4460 can be up to 1.5GHz,which makes it 10 times faster of loading web page,7 times increasing of computing performance,6 times resolution higher of videos and so on.

AnTuTu Benchmark is a application used to test the hardware performance in Android devices.Through the testing of RAM,CPU,2D/3D performance,I/O DATA,SD read/write speed and so on,and gives the score of the device.

Quadrant Advanced is another senior hardware test application in Android.The latest 2.0 version uses brand new method to test the comprehensive performance of CPU,RAM,I/O,2D/3D etc.From the result,SmartQ T20 gets a super high score of 3640 and gets number one place and beyonds lots of the 2nd Samsung Galaxy Tab.And also beyonds the Samsung Galaxy Nexus which uses the same CPU-TI OMAP4460.

Neocore is based on the OpenGL-ES 1.1 graphics performance benchmark.It gets the FPS by playing the built-in animation.The higher you get means the the better the tablet can handle the 3D graphics.SmartQ T20 gets a very good score of 56.2FPS.There is no problem for it to run the current popular big games.
An3DBench is called the 3DMark in mobile area.SmartQ T20 gets a very good result cause of the perfect combination of CPU and GPU.

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