Impressive Video, 3D, Android Demonstrated on Intel’s Moorestown Smartphone Platform.

Posted on 07 June 2010, Last updated on 18 March 2023 by

aava and girl At an Intel Ultra Mobility event at Computex last week we got a demo, a very impressive demo, of the Moorestown smartphone platform performing some video, gaming and 3D tricks. It’s the multitasking demo at the end of the video (below) that shows the potential. We’re not expecting stellar smartphone battery life on phones using the Intel Moorestown platform but what we saw makes us wonder if it’s worth just carrying this for just gaming and video duties. Impressive.

Note the Android-based NDrive application running too. It’s not only MeeGo and Moblin that runs on this platform!

1 Comments For This Post

  1. DavidC1 says:

    On the Open Quake demo, I don’t know why there’s two versions running. One’s getting 40-60 fps while the other is getting near 100.

    Quake 3 has a timedemo for benchmarking which completes faster if the hardware’s performance is better. At 100 fps, it does look like its “time-sped” up.

    Does anyone know why the demo is as such? Does the faster version use OSPM better or what?

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