OpenGL ES 3.0 benchmark

OpenGL ES 3.0 benchmark


*CHECK OUT OpenGL ES 2.0 version of this benchmark here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Maniac.UnityBenchmark
Test your device on outer limits! Test and compare score with other devices.
Features: Based on Unity Engine (Used in Shadowgun game)
Based on ''RobotLab'' Unity scene
Support for Nexus 4, Nexus 10 and also new Nexus 7
Nice graphics (Shadows,Bump-Maps,ReflectiveFX,SpecularFX,Particles and more...)
How you can compare your device with others? Check out up right corner, there is FPS meter :)
After all you can post your result to others here: http://maniacproject.webs.com/apps/forums/show/14599082-unity-benchmark-results
Also checkout my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Maniac-Games/381640071944826
In this enhanced version I added Lens Flares, Textures with higher resolution and dynamic shadows.
*Note: This version of app is only for OpenGL ES 3.0 devices with Android 4.3 (Nexus 7 2012 is not supported)

Recent changes:
1.0- First Build
1.0.1- More J.J. Abrahams Lens Flares, added ''Go back'' button
1.0.2- Added Loading Screen
1.0.3- Now you can choose 720p or 1080p resolution
Bigger font on Full HD devices
Display is now always on
1.1.0- This version offers long awaited ''end of benchmark'', so after end of camera animation, it will show you average FrameRate
1.1.1- Fixed minor bugs, 720p now working properly.
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About OpenGL ES 3.0 benchmark
*CHECK OUT OpenGL ES 2.0 version of this benchmark here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Maniac.UnityBenchmark
Test your device on outer limits! Test and compare score with other devices.
Features: Based on Unity Engine (Used in Shadowgun game)
Based on ''RobotLab'' Unity scene
Support for Nexus 4, Nexus 10 and also new Nexus 7
Nice graphics (Shadows,Bump-Maps,ReflectiveFX,SpecularFX,Particles and more...)
How you can compare your device with others? Check out up right corner, there is FPS meter :)
After all you can post your result to others here: http://maniacproject.webs.com/apps/forums/show/14599082-unity-benchmark-results
Also checkout my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Maniac-Games/381640071944826
In this enhanced version I added Lens Flares, Textures with higher resolution and dynamic shadows.
*Note: This version of app is only for OpenGL ES 3.0 devices with Android 4.3 (Nexus 7 2012 is not supported)

Recent changes:
1.0- First Build
1.0.1- More J.J. Abrahams Lens Flares, added ''Go back'' button
1.0.2- Added Loading Screen
1.0.3- Now you can choose 720p or 1080p resolution
Bigger font on Full HD devices
Display is now always on
1.1.0- This version offers long awaited ''end of benchmark'', so after end of camera animation, it will show you average FrameRate
1.1.1- Fixed minor bugs, 720p now working properly.

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A Google User
Sep 19, 2014
Galaxy S4 SPH-L720T (Sprint) 8.95 fps @ 720p, and 9.26 fps @ 1080p! Android 4.4.2, CPU 1.9 GHz quad core with
A Google User
Sep 10, 2014
Good Good app. Awesome graphics ran quite nicely on my Xperia z1. Only thing i saw dat benchmark is not dat accurate...showed 20.2fps on 1080 pixel and 18.57 on 720p...isnt this wierd? But good to knw my phn cn support future-gen games:-)
A Google User
Sep 2, 2014
Needs optimization Averaged 13FPS on Galaxy Note 3 Snapdragon 800 and evident support of open GL es3.0 Clearly that cannot be conclusive result for such hardware that natively suppots OpenGL 3.0..
A Google User
Aug 14, 2014
Scoring 23 at 1080 I'm not sure what info other than fps this is supposed to show and that's why I only gave 3 stars also there is no settings. I'm using shield tablet
A Google User
Jul 31, 2014
Shield tablet 26fps 1080p Shield tablet 26fps 1080p.. Tegra K1. For whiners, this is a desktop PC graphics demo.. Its not optimized for mobile devices. It's purpose is to basically bring your device to it's knees... Use other benchmarks if you want to feel your big epenis.