Next Mark - NEXT-GEN benchmark

Next Mark - NEXT-GEN benchmark


Test your Android device with Next Mark HD and compare your score with others. It is NEXT-GEN benchmark, so you can have low FPS.
My new benchmark offers:
-OpenGL ES 3.0*
-amazing reflections
-textures in high resolution.*
-a lot of light sources
-animations
How to compare: Just wait to the end of camera animation, there will be your score in avarage FPSs.
Recommended device specs:
-HD display
-2 core CPU
-512MB RAM
-GPU with OpenGL ES 2.0 support


*when available

Recent changes:
1.0.7 - first release
1.0.8 - Back Button now working properly
- Removed 60fps cap
- Enabled multi-threaded rendering
- Miscellaneous improvements
1.1.1 - App is now optimized for High-End devices
- Results are not comparable to old version
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File size
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About Next Mark - NEXT-GEN benchmark
Test your Android device with Next Mark HD and compare your score with others. It is NEXT-GEN benchmark, so you can have low FPS.
My new benchmark offers:
-OpenGL ES 3.0*
-amazing reflections
-textures in high resolution.*
-a lot of light sources
-animations
How to compare: Just wait to the end of camera animation, there will be your score in avarage FPSs.
Recommended device specs:
-HD display
-2 core CPU
-512MB RAM
-GPU with OpenGL ES 2.0 support


*when available

Recent changes:
1.0.7 - first release
1.0.8 - Back Button now working properly
- Removed 60fps cap
- Enabled multi-threaded rendering
- Miscellaneous improvements
1.1.1 - App is now optimized for High-End devices
- Results are not comparable to old version

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 13, 2015
13,38
A Google User
Dec 10, 2014
Lol...12 fps on z2....crap
A Google User
Jul 13, 2014
14,7 Tegra Note 7, SHORT TRIAL TEST
A Google User
Jan 27, 2014
8.25 frames per second on Nexus 7 2013
A Google User
Jan 20, 2014
Next generation really? Looks rubbish