CPU Benchmarks

AndEBench: The AndEBench™ benchmark provides a standardized, industry-accepted method of evaluating Android platform performance. The AndEBench™ produces two scores: AndEMark™ Native performance and AndeMark™ Java performance. The scores are represented as iterations/sec, and the higher the score, the better.



CF-Bench: CF-Bench is (mainly) a CPU and memory benchmark tool specifically designed to be able to handle multi-core devices, produce a fairly stable score, and test both native as well managed code performance. It tests specific device properties you do not regularly see tested by other benchmarks, and runs in a set timeframe.



System Benchmarks 

AnTuTu Benchmark: AnTuTu Benchmark can run a full test of the Android platform. Tests offered through this application; "Memory Performance", "CPU Integer Performance", "CPU Floating point Performance", "2D 3D Graphics Performance", "SD card reading/writing speed", "Database IO". Scores can be uploaded and compared with other mobile devices.



Smartbench 2012: Smartbench 2012 is a multi-core friendly benchmark application that measures the overall performance of your smartphone. It reports both Productivity and Gaming Index to suit both productivity users and 3D gaming users.



Quadrant: Quadrant is a benchmark for mobile devices, capable of measuring CPU, memory, I/O and 3D graphics performance. Within the program there are eight CPU tests, one memory test, four I/O tests, one 2D graphic test, and three 3D graphic tests. Like other programs, a total score is given, which can be compared to other mobile devices.



GPU Benchmarks

GLBench: GLBenchmark 2.5.1 is a graphics performance benchmark tool that measures different graphic and computation capabilities of your mobile device. The majority of the tests focus on graphic resources, measuring the quality and performance of the underlying OpenGL ES 2.x implementation. The benchmark, among other features, contains high-level 3D animations (the new Egypt HD and Egypt Classic from GLBenchmark 2.1) and low-level graphic measurements. GLBenchmark Egypt HD is the upgraded version of the old Egypt 2.1 test: it is more complex, uses more and higher resolution textures and is optimized for 1080p.



Browser Benchmarks

(Browsermark, Sunspider, Google V8 (Version 7))

  • Browsermark 2.0: Browsermark contains five test groups. CSS group will measure the browser 2D and 3D performance. DOM group measures how well the browser will traverse in Document Object Model Tree. General group measures page load times. Graphics group tests the GPU power through WebGL and Canvas performance. Javascript group number crunches with select Array and String operations.
  • Sunspider: This benchmark tests the core JavaScript language only, not the DOM or other browser APIs. It is designed to compare different versions of the same browser, and different browsers to each other.
  • Google V8: V8 is a suite of pure JavaScript benchmarks. The final score is computed as the geometric mean of the individual results to make it independent of the running times of the individual benchmarks and of a reference system (score 100). Scores are not comparable across benchmark suite versions and higher scores means better performance: Bigger is better!