After unboxing the HTC EVO 3D, we decided to put it through its paces by benchmarking it with some apps from the Android Market. In the video below, we benchmark the EVO 3D using CF-Bench, Quadrant, FPS2D, Multitouch Test, and Neocore. While the results aren’t mind-blowing for a dual-core device, they are respectable and greatly improve upon single-core devices, including the original EVO 4G. Real-world usage reflects fantastic, speedy performance as well – you’re able to navigate Sense UI without lag and tasks are activated in an instant. Check out the video and results below.
- CF-Bench: Native 9,017, Java 2,775, Overall 5,271
- Quadrant Standard: 2,292
- Quadrant Advanced: 2,383
- Fps2d: 57 frames per second
- Multitouch Test: display supports 4 simultaneous points of contact
- Neocore: 58 frames per second
Note: although we list Quadrant Advanced, it had issues with the EVO 3D, so the score may or may not be accurate.