3DMark for Android 18.104.22.1682
Test your device with 3DMark, the world's most popular performance benchmark.
Use 3DMark to test the performance of your smartphone or tablet, then see how it compares with other Android and iOS devices. You can even compare your scores with tablets running Windows or Windows RT.
- The world's most popular benchmark, now available on Android
- Compatible with more than 1,000 different Android devices.
- Run high quality Android benchmark tests.
- Includes Ice Storm test based on OpenGL ES 2.0.
- Test the latest devices with Ice Storm Extreme.
- Compare scores across Android, iOS and Windows.
- Easy to use, no technical know-how needed.
3DMark is used by millions of people, hundreds of hardware review sites and many of the world's leading technology companies. It's the industry standard benchmark for graphics performance measurement, a professional level diagnostic tool now available to everyone for free!
Use Ice Storm to test the performance of your Android powered smartphone or tablet. Ice Storm includes two graphics tests designed to stress the graphical (GPU) performance of your device and a physics test to stress its processing (CPU) performance.
Ice Storm Extreme
Designed for the latest smartphones and tablets, Ice Storm Extreme raises the rendering resolution to 1080p and uses higher quality textures and post-processing effects. Ice Storm Extreme will soon be included in the Windows version of 3DMark too, allowing you to compare Android and Windows tablets directly.
- Models with suspicious benchmark scores have been delisted from the Device Channel.
- You should not use scores from delisted models to compare devices.
- For more details, please visit: http://bit.ly/3dmark-rules
- Compare your scores with Windows 8 tablets.
- Devices are colour-coded by OS.
- You can filter scores by OS.
- Improved compatibility with the latest NVIDIA hardware.
- Improved compatibility with some Samsung Galaxy S3 models.
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