Nenamark result gives a bit more details for the Droid RAZR HD


After yesterday’s blurry cam shots, we’ve gotten a few more details regarding Motorola’s Droid RAZR HD via Nenamark. The processor is the dual core Snapdragon S4, running at 1.5 GHz and the Adreno 225 GPU.

The combination of the two again point towards an end-of-summer release, as we’re expecting the quad core Snapdragons and Adreno 3XX GPUs towards the end of the year. The screen resolution is 1196X720, and in my mind the 1196 pixels also point towards on-screen software keys.

The Nenamark result itself was an impressive 59.1, and adding the rumored 13 MP camera and 3,300 mAH battery, this looks like an absolute beauty.
[Nenamark via Droid Dog]

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  1. Can’t wait! Anyone know if this is coming to attend?

  2. I would really chose this over the Galaxy S 3, but im not on verizon :(

  3. Still wouldn’t be worth it with a locked bootloader. I love Motorola hardware but I switched to Samsung for that very reason!

    1. my thoughts exactly, lock boot loader is an instant NO for anyone who want to put a custom ROM on their phone. Not saying its impossible but it’s will certainly no be easy with a Motorola.

  4. My SGS2 scores this…

    1. And so will the US galaxy s 3

  5. “The Nenamark result itself was an impressive 59.1”

    No it’s not impressive. That’s the vsync limit, and many phone have reached it since 2011. That means that if the phone can reach 65 FPS, 80 FPS or 150 FPS, you really wouldn’t know it with the Nenamark benchmark. So why are people still using it?

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