The HTC Glacier shows it's face at GLBenchmark.com again, this time showing off its GPU scores. Last week we saw a bunch of CPU scores from the Glacier, along with loads of fun speculation about the chipset -- even some Project Emerald got thrown in the mix. Prepare yourself for some more :)
It seems that when you sit down and do some math, you end up with figures that fit the Qualcomm QSD8672 Snapdragon chip. It's a third-generation Snapdragon, with a feature list that will knock your socks off:
- Dual CPU up to 1.5 GHZ
- 45 nm tech for low power draw and better performance
- WSXGA (1440x900) screen support
- 1080p recording and playback
- HSPA+ (that's the 28Mbps kind) and CDMA Rev 0/A/B support
- 80 million-triangles-per-second 3D graphics
Works for me, and I'll go on record saying that I do think we're looking at Project Emerald. I'll leave the geniuses over at AlienBabelTech explain it fully, you can check it out at the source link. I just want to say "do want" to whomever might be listening. [AlienBabelTech]
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