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  1. Charbel Ir's Avatar
    Here are results posted by an unidentified BlackBerry device, presumably the passport, says it's a windermere .
    It was done in June 28, it shows. A slight improvement or one that appeared on February 6.

    June 28
    Unknown - Geekbench Browser

    February 6

    Unknown - Geekbench Browser

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    hassanalusi likes this.
    07-23-14 11:58 AM
  2. dvarnai's Avatar
    slight improvement over what? thats not the same device as in february
    DYLANHABKIRK likes this.
    07-23-14 12:07 PM
  3. howarmat's Avatar
    fairly run of the mill results given the chipset being used. Thanks for sharing though!

    slight improvement over what? thats not the same device as in february
    Same chipset though so the results will be about the same. Its the supposed non keyboard device with similar internals as the passport
    07-23-14 12:09 PM
  4. Charbel Ir's Avatar
    true. But the cpu spec are the same

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    07-23-14 12:10 PM
  5. uk0311's Avatar
    passport ?
    07-23-14 12:11 PM
  6. TheoRadu's Avatar
    fairly run of the mill results given the chipset being used.
    Um... no. It beats everything out there using the same chip: LG Optimus G Pro - Geekbench Search - Geekbench Browser
    07-23-14 12:23 PM
  7. KporalBoyQ10's Avatar
    Here are results posted by an unidentified BlackBerry device, presumably the passport, says it's a windermere .
    It was done in June 28, it shows. A slight improvement or one that appeared on February 6.

    June 28
    Unknown - Geekbench Browser

    February 6

    Unknown - Geekbench Browser

    Posted via CB10
    Passport

    posted via my Q10SQN100-3/10.3.0.xxx (don't ask)
    07-23-14 12:24 PM
  8. thurask's Avatar
    What a difference an OS makes.

    Ontario, 2GB RAM, 127.0.2.914: Unknown - Geekbench Browser
    Ontario, 3GB RAM, 10.3.0.92: Unknown - Geekbench Browser
    Passport, 3GB RAM, 10.3.0.686: Unknown - Geekbench Browser
    07-23-14 12:27 PM
  9. dvarnai's Avatar
    What a difference an OS makes.

    Ontario, 2GB RAM, 127.0.2.914: Unknown - Geekbench Browser
    Ontario, 3GB RAM, 10.3.0.92: Unknown - Geekbench Browser
    Passport, 3GB RAM, 10.3.0.686: Unknown - Geekbench Browser
    all ontario benchmarks report only 2gb ram. also, 127.0.2.914 omg
    07-23-14 12:30 PM
  10. howarmat's Avatar
    Um... no. It beats everything out there using the same chip: LG Optimus G Pro - Geekbench Search - Geekbench Browser
    What processor does is show for the benchmarks used in the OP?
    07-23-14 12:31 PM
  11. dvarnai's Avatar
    MSM8974 - Geekbench Search - Geekbench Browser

    although samsung is known to overclock their processors during tests so not sure if thats even relevant anymore

    What a difference an OS makes.

    Ontario, 2GB RAM, 127.0.2.914: Unknown - Geekbench Browser
    Ontario, 3GB RAM, 10.3.0.92: Unknown - Geekbench Browser
    Passport, 3GB RAM, 10.3.0.686: Unknown - Geekbench Browser
    all ontario benchmarks report only 2gb ram. also, 127.0.2.914 omg
    07-23-14 12:36 PM
  12. TheoRadu's Avatar
    MSM8974 - Geekbench Search - Geekbench Browser

    although samsung is known to overclock their processors during tests so not sure if thats even relevant anymore
    Not really comparable: 2.8GHz vs. 2.15GHz
    07-23-14 12:39 PM
  13. 1magine's Avatar
    2.15 GHz? Is that correct? I thought 2.3? Maybe under-clocked to reduce heat and battery usage?
    07-23-14 12:39 PM
  14. 1magine's Avatar
    So Windmere/ Passport is on Rev.5 of the chipset, and the Ontario is only on revision 3 - so I hope that is the reason why Ontario is only running 2GB RAM vs. the 3GB of the Passport.

    I really, really hope...
    07-23-14 12:48 PM
  15. TheoRadu's Avatar
    What processor does is show for the benchmarks used in the OP?
    Snapdragon 800 clocked at 2.15GHz.

    Posted via CB10
    07-23-14 03:17 PM
  16. menshawy's Avatar
    Ontario???! Isn't that supposed to be the full touch everybody is waiting for?

    Please join my photography channel
    07-23-14 03:23 PM
  17. howarmat's Avatar
    Snapdragon 800 clocked at 2.15GHz.

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    yes and there are many variation of that processor. For the variation (MSM8974) that the ontario/Passport is using the score is right inline with most other devices using the same chip and speed. It doesnt beat every other phone out there by any means though
    07-23-14 03:31 PM
  18. TheoRadu's Avatar
    yes and there are many variation of that processor. For the variation (MSM8974) that the ontario/Passport is using the score is right inline with most other devices using the same chip and speed. It doesnt beat every other phone out there by any means though
    The MSM8974AA (used in the Passport) is a first generation Snapdragon 800 SoC. According to this Geekbench result, the Passport performs almost as good as a Snapdragon 801 based device.

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    07-23-14 04:20 PM
  19. systemvolker's Avatar
    Nice

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    07-23-14 04:38 PM
  20. howarmat's Avatar
    The MSM8974AA (used in the Passport) is a first generation Snapdragon 800 SoC. According to this Geekbench result, the Passport performs almost as good as a Snapdragon 801 based device.

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    yes many of the first gen 800's perform in the 700-900 range which almost as good as a 801 which is over 900 by the looks of it
    07-23-14 04:50 PM
  21. playbookster's Avatar
    Thats more than double the Z30. Quite good considering how well the Z30 performs.
    Thunderbuck likes this.
    07-23-14 05:07 PM
  22. TheoRadu's Avatar
    yes many of the first gen 800's perform in the 700-900 range which almost as good as a 801 which is over 900 by the looks of it
    Yes, single core performance is only slightly better than other first gen Snapdragon 800 based devices. However, if you look at the multi core number you will notice it is considerably higher than it would be if the phone ran Android.

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    07-23-14 05:11 PM
  23. howarmat's Avatar
    Yes, single core performance is only slightly better than other first gen Snapdragon 800 based devices. However, if you look at the multi core number you will notice it is considerably higher than it would be if the phone ran Android.

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    it runs the same as the nexus 5....
    07-23-14 05:17 PM
  24. Mr.Willie's Avatar
    How does this affect me ?
    07-23-14 07:15 PM
  25. playbookster's Avatar
    How does this affect me ?
    It doesnt unless you were curious to know how well the Passport performed in benchmark tests.
    grevan88 likes this.
    07-23-14 08:03 PM
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