How can I benchmark a non-Android device?
tswayne 2 years ago
We were using Quadrant to benchmark all of our smartphones at work yesterday to see who would buy a pitcher after work. What can I say, it was a slow day and it was either that or cockroach racing. Again. Anyway, everyone has an Android except for one person with one of those Nokia Lumina Windows Phones. Is there a way to meaningfully benchmark phones that run different OSes? Using Quadrant on an Android is easy, it basically just requires you to run the app and set your device down and do work or cockroach racing or whatever. Is there a simple way like that to benchmark other smartphones?
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