Update: T-Mobile’s myTouch HD Gets Benchmarked [Video]

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The time has come, Folks, we finally get to see what the T-Mobile myTouch HD can do as far as benchmarks. As you can see in the Quadrant results above, it’s pretty fast, pushing just above 1800. Our little Ninja was able to also take a Linpack score of just over 34 as you can see below.

If you’re wondering about the blurry clock to the right on the status bar, it’s for obvious Ninja reasoning and while these two images above don’t let you know what the device is for all of you skeptics, then you’ll love the image below as you can see that the hardware says “Glacier” clearly showing itself in all its 1.024 GHz glory.

Features of the T-Mobile myTouch HD include:

  • Android 2.2
  • 3.8″ WVGA display
  • Espresso UI
  • 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 processor
  • 5-megapixel camera
    • autofocus
    • LED flash
    • 720p HD recording
    • front-facing camera
  • 3.5 mm audiojack
  • Wifi 802.11 b/g/n

The myTouch will feature a few extras like:

Is this the device you have been waiting for or do you plan on waiting to see what T-Mobile has in store for their future Android devices?

Thanks Ninja!

*Update* Check out the video below of the myTouch HD getting benchmarked in training, lets hope this guy still has a job come Monday. Check it out!

About the Author

Alex Smith
I once served in the USMC from 02'-08' I purchased the G1 in 2008 and then watched the Android OS turn the mobile world upside down. I then got the Nexus One followed by the Samsung Vibrant. I also have the HD2 running Shubcraft CM6. I've been following the Android community for a while now and couldn't be happier doing anything else. "Go Green, get -C}[\][D[R[-][][D-"

  • Method115

    I loved my mytouch 3g the only reason I upgraded was for more speed. That was my only problem with the phone. I’m done with tmobile and got the evo on sprint. This would definitely be the phone to get not sure if its better then the vibrant though.

    • joeyloke

      I have a vibrant! I like this phone but the ui seems a bit clunky! I think its because of the touch wiz tho! My girls mt3g slide with sense has a way snappier interface! I mean gettin in, out and back to the home screen n what not!

    • joeyloke

      I have a vibrant! I like this phone but the ui seems a bit clunky! I think its because of the touch wiz tho! My girls mt3g slide with sense has a way snappier interface! I mean gettin in, out and back to the home screen n what not!

  • Anonymous

    5 more days and I get minez! Mwahaha!!

    • http://www.androidspin.com Alex Smith

      Nice…. care to share a little info about it when you get it? :) justsayin’ LOL

  • Hafzul Bhuiyan

    Wait so which is better? the G2 or the MyTouch HD?? the HD has a better processor but the G2 has stock Android and a qwerty keyboard …. hard to decide … does anyone else have any opinions???

    • Hafzul Bhuiyan

      BTW the G2 has been overclocked to 1.4ghz …. just thought id throw that in there ..

  • Anonymous

    When you compare the spec of MSM7230 and MSM8255, everything looks identical except for the clock speed. So I believe they are identical chips coming out of the same manufacturing lines. The only difference is that MSM8255 is certified to run at 1GHz. But looking at how well MSM7230 runs at 1.4GHz+, I don’t think this matters anymore. I don’t think a single G2 will fail at 1GHz so if you are willing to root, then the point is moot.

    And look at this table:

    http://smartphonebenchmarks.com

    Some G2 users have reached 1.5GHz+, hitting almost 2700! I fully expect some samples of myTouch HD to do the same.

  • http://twitter.com/Rafyvitto Rafael Rosado

    Why is that people keeps on using gles 1 benchmarks on gles 2 capable devices? thats like using mark03 on a ati5870…use nenamark1 for measuring the gpu performance…

  • Khmerkid

    i caint wait to get theis phone!

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