3DMark for Android gaming ropes in tech giants

::::::Acer, Intel, Qualcomm, and SingTel-Optus
have joined Futuremark's "Benchmark
Development Program" in order to create
industrywide benchmarks for the gaming
The to-be-launched 3D gaming benchmark
is primarily concerned with games
developed for Google's Android operating
system, found on smartphones and
Input, opinions and expertise are gathered
through the program, which will be used to
create the industrywide standards that can
measure and rate the performance of
game titles and software packages.
Jukka Makinen, Futuremark CEO said:
For more than 10 years, we have
worked with the world's leading PC
hardware manufacturers to create
3DMark and PCMark. As a result,
Futuremark benchmarks are the
industry standard for PC performance
measurement used by hundreds of
press publications and millions of end-
As we bring 3DMark to a new OS for
the first time, we are excited to
expand our cooperation to include
Acer, Intel, Qualcomm and SingTel-
3DMark for Android is expected to be
released later this year, and will measure
performance using graphics rendering, CPU
and physics tests through OpenGL ES2.0. In
conjunction with this release, the company
plan to launch 3DMark for Windows this
The software can be used to analyze
performance and therefore recommend the
most suitable products to consumers,
whether they want computational software
or high-performance gaming.
Other members of the Benchmark
Development Program include Microsoft,
Nvidia, Samsung and AMD.

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