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Android Benchmarking tools

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I've been surveying Android benchmarking tools/apps/etc. and I was wondering if anyone here had any additions or comments to/on the following list:

0xbench
AnTuTu
Passmark
Vellamo
Geekbench2
SunSpider
GLBenchmakr
Quadrant Standard Edition
Linpack
Neocore
3DMark
Epic Citadel
Androbench
CF-bench
SD Tools
RL Benchmark: SQL
Benchmark & Tunning
A1 SD Bench
Quick Benchmark Lite
3DRating benchmark
Smartbench 2011
posted Jul 31, 2013 by Jagan Mishra

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Is 3DMark available for Android ? Could you please share some links from where I can download it ?
[I was searching for this for a long time; finally was told that it is available only for windows]

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Quadrant Standard Edition is the best one I have used.We have tried to develop one similar to that, and used the ACHARTENGINE library for displaying such graphs as shown by the Quadrant.The main design of the app is the core C /Assembly routines being packed as a shared library and being called by the JNI to transmit the data to the upper layers.The major Bench-marking we did were :

(1) I/O read write latencies
(2) ALU - Calculating complex mathematical calculation
(3) File System Read Write
(4) Image Rendering Latency to test the Hardware Graphic Engine.

But I dont know to how far this approach is justified to measure the bench-marking of any platform running Android.

answer Aug 2, 2013 by Amit Parthsarthi
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I would bin the benchmarks into several different categories, for example, CPU, Memory, I/O (storage), GPU, OS and overall system. Some benchmarks are more OS oriented, such as Dalvik, SQLite, and Javascript.

answer Aug 2, 2013 by Mandeep Sehgal
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