Another day, another Android device pushed to its limits by Android enthusiasts. This time it's the T-Mobile myTouch HD under the microscope, and the results are satisfying. Take these results with a grain of salt, as the community is divided on how much these test scores actually matter. Regardless of which camp you're in though, these tests do help gauge a phone's horsepower, and I feel they're a decent indicator of a handset's processing capabilities. How well those processing capabilities translate to a smooth UI and fluid user experience, well, that's a whole different ballpark.
Scoring a Quadrant score slightly higher than 1,800, the myTouch HD bests devices such as the Evo 4G and Nexus One. However its Linpack scores fall just below those of my Evo. But like I said, take these numbers with a grain of salt.
These aren't the highest scores we've ever seen, but they're certainly not bad, and should be a reliable indication of the myTouch HD's performance. These test results may not tell you exactly what you can expect from the myTouch HD, but what they should tell you is that its scores are right on par with some of the most popular Android devices out there, and that's definitely a good thing. Couple more pics after the break. [via Android Spin] Thanks, Alex!
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