A new set of benchmark has leaked online for a Motorola Droid Bionic, a handset that Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha had settled that they are not only delaying, though holding behind to a sketch house to re-design for a summer launch alongside a 4G LTE modem ascent for a Xoom tablet. The latest Nenamark benchmark suggests that a Droid Bionic would be expelled with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a qHD display, and a processor powered by Texas Instruments.
What’s extraordinary and critical about a benchmark is that it reveals a PowerVR 540 GPU, that Droid-Life says “matches adult to a new TI OMAP 4430 and 4440 dual-core processors.”
There were prior rumors that a reason for a Droid Bionic check is that Motorola couldn’t get a Tegra 2 chipset to work on Verizon’s 4G LTE network, and that a NVIDIA-made applications processor caused some radio magnitude division with a mobile broadband radio.
Since Motorola had debuted a Motorola Droid Bionic during a Consumer Electronics Show, as one of Verizon’s 4 new 4G LTE handsets, a device has sparked some debate around a inner processor that was used.
At a show, a Motorola deputy had sensitive me that a chip inside a Droid Bionic is indeed a TI OMAP chip that’s dual-core, not a Tegra 2 chip that was found in a Motorola Atrix 4G for ATT and a Motorola Xoom tablet. Since a uncover ended, Motorola had been still and several tech blogs have reported that a device will boat with a Tegra 2 processor, that is a dual-core ARM-based processor from NVIDIA with a company’s GeForce graphics engine. A few GottaBeMobile readers were austere that my stating on a TI OMAP CPU was incorrect.
In March, when we had visited Orlando, Florida for a CTIA trade show, we had asked Motorola PR reps on hand. They had pronounced that they had not publicly expelled what a core was inside a Droid Bionic, and whatever information we had gotten was unapproved and they can't countenance a correctness of that information. They pronounced that a chipset inside was not critical and that a device will come with an vague dual-core CPU. However, in my review thereafter with NVIDIA executives during CTIA, they had sensitive me that a Droid Bionic does in fact use a dual-core Tegra 2 CPU.
Now, dual months after CTIA and a initial central benchmarks are suggested online, and that benchmark shows that a Droid Bionic does in fact endorse information from my initial report–that it comes with a dual-core OMAP processor done by Texas Instruments. That information is discordant to a Mar matter given by NVIDIA executives, however.
Given a latest benchmark information, it’s misleading if during CES in Jan if Motorola had finalized a chipset, was unequivocally pulling for a Tegra 2 chipset, or was during a time mulling to switching to a TI OMAP chip. Motorola had enjoyed a good attribute with Texas Instruments on prior era high-end devices. Both a Droid 1, Droid X, and a Droid 2 array (Droid 2, Droid 2 Special R2D2 Edition, and Droid 2 Global) all boat with TI OMAP chips, that are formed on a ARM architecture. If a latest Nenamark benchmark is accurate, it would prove that Motorola is returning to a TI relationship.
The series from a benchmark, however, is curious, as it appears that someone had begun to benchmark a device, though stopped a benchmarking median through, giving it a measure of only 24.0 flat. In comparison, a leaked Droid 3 benchmark reveals a measure of roughly double that during 44.20.
Nenamark reveals that a device also has a qHD display, that might be a same 4.3-inch shade as on a Droid X2, along with Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread, that unfortunately isn’t a 2.3.4 that will support video chat.
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