Now available the new 3DMark for Android devices

Several months after being announced, and after the launch of the version for PC under Windows, Futuremark publicly launches the version for Android phones and tablets of the most famous graphics benchmark, 3DMark. Specifically, the test included in this version is Ice Storm, a test that we can find in the PC version and that will allow us to compare performance between different devices, even with different operating systems. With this strategy of differentiated tests depending on the hardware and system to which it is directed, Futuremark covers a greater number of devices, and today with the rise of smartphones and tablets, the mobile device market is too juicy to let go.

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The version of 3DMark for Android can be downloaded from the Google Play store directly at the following link: 3DMark for Android.

The requirements are as follows:

  • Android version 3.1 or higher
  • 1 GB of RAM
  • OpenGL ES 2.0 compliant GPU
  • 300 MB of available storage.

In addition, according to some users, the terminal must be recognized in the Futuremark database in order to show the final result in the test score.

Below we leave you with the launch trailer, where you can see the execution of the ICE STORM test on various operating systems such as iOS, Android, Windows RT and Windows x86. For now, and with today’s launch, the new 3DMark is available for Windows and Android, pending its arrival on the Apple and Windows platform for ARM processors.

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