SPMark04-it is a Symbian 6 and 7 smartphone support system testing procedures. It can measure the overall performance of the cell phone, OpenGL ES 3D tests, including 3D games intervals. 3D filler test polygon generation rate tests. The tests include graphics, 2D graphics tests, zooming graphics tests, JPEG compression tests. Contact conventional tests, including testing, testing and disk access test calendar. We can see the cell phone SPMark04 Smartphone Benchmark testing procedures than ever closer to the PC platform testing have higher demands, if it can come to popular, will promote the development of mobile phone games.
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