Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 5:30 pm IST
Qualcomm, Acer, Intel join Futuremark’s development of 3DMark for Android
| by tech2 News Staff |
Futuremark’s 3D benchmarking program has long been an industry standard when it comes to analysing performance of PC hardware. The company has now announced that Acer Inc., Intel, Qualcomm Inc. and SingTel-Optus have joined its Benchmark Development Program to create a new 3DMark gaming benchmark for Android-based tablets and smartphones. The Futuremark Benchmark Development Program gathers input and expertise from the world's best and most technologically advanced companies to create industry standard benchmarks for performance measurement. 3DMark for Android is expected to be released later this year.
Coming soon to an Android near you
Futuremark started development of 3DMark for Android in November, 2011. Since Android games and apps are only getting more complex and with a huge fleet of devices to choose from, a standard for distinguishing performance amongst devices was desperately needed. A dedicated benchmarking software helps provide industry engineers and press reviewers with the tools to produce consistent results that are repeatable, reliable and relevant. 3DMark is a purpose built benchmark for measuring gaming performance. It uses bespoke workloads designed specifically to stress test graphics hardware and highlight bottlenecks in the system. Some of the features that we can expect it to have include:
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