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Touch screen: iPhone 5 faster than any other
Processor benchmarks. RAM benchmarks. Memory benchmarks. Only three of the many things that are often taken in order to determine the speed of a smartphone or tablet. Now the company agawi snaps once the touch screens of various devices and tests with the Touchmark the reaction rate at input.
The result? Apple’s iPhone 5 reacts most quickly to inputs. An average of 55 milliseconds required for the iPhone 5 to respond to inputs, 85 milliseconds required for the older iPhone 4 already, but what the Android competition refers to the barriers.
Halfway up close was just the Samsung Galaxy S4 with 114 milliseconds. Also close: the Nokia Lumia 928 with 117 milliseconds. In normal life, the user will not really notice much of it certainly, for companies such as agawi the reaction time but seems to be extremely important, because the tests were carried out as a background app for streaming of the company. This comes through loud agawi on every millisecond, so the streamed app appears particularly liquid.
When you touch Marks has announced the whole thing thematically expand , software and hardware will be offered as open source.
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