Video: iPhone 3GS vs. Nexus One 3D Frame Rate Comparison

As we know you simply love seeing the iPhone go up against any smartphone that comes on the market we have a video for your viewing pleasure today that puts the iPhone 3GS against the Android Nexus One in a 3D frame rate comparison test.

The test uses a fairly typical 3D game scene and contains multiple animated characters within a 3D environment to find out which of the two smartphones is capable of pushing out more frames per second.

Apparently when put through a series of pin-point tests and really taxed, the Nexus One seemed to lag behind the iPhone 3GS in general with the iPhone 3GS hitting 61 frames per second while the Nexus One only manages 30 to 35 frames per second.

The iPhone 3GS verses Nexus One 3D Frame rate test video comes courtesy of distinctive game, runs for almost four and a half minutes and can be viewed below…enjoy.

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4 thoughts on “Video: iPhone 3GS vs. Nexus One 3D Frame Rate Comparison”

  1. Reply
    andy says:

    Whilst I’d love to have something as an alternative to an Iphone.
    30pps NTSC or 25PPs PAL is certainly good enough to say real time.
    After that all you are talking about is odd / even fields.

    Watching the video its just different/

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    Acibeb says:

    This must be the most pointless comparison ever! Nexus one has four times the resolution of the iPhone, why on earth would someone compare the two in this way?!

  3. Reply
    Mehdy says:

    You guys forgot that the resolution of Nexus One is bigger than iPhone. simply multiply frame rate of nexus one by four (4) to get the same result with same resolution of iPhone.

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    Meechy says:

    I’m a fan of both phones but I’d like to see a game writing in the resolution of the nexus and then played on the 3gs and then do this comparison again. Thanks

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