If you’re a fan of overclocking your mobile devices or just interested in measuring their performance scores, you’re in luck. One of the most popular benchmarking apps, Quadrant Standard, has just received a major update so it can keep up with the times. The latest version of Quadrant Standard now has support for multiple core devices as well as Android 4.0. You can now properly measure the performance of your dual/quad-core phone or tablet using Quadrant Standard.
Other improvements to Quadrant Standard include an enhanced user interface, Polish translation, and a bug fix for low framerates on PowerVR SGX 540. Take note that this new version of Quadrant Standard also scores your phone differently from previous versions of the app, so if you’re comparing scores of different devices, make sure they’re running the same version of the app. Quadrant Standard is downloadable for free on the Android Market now.
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