Geekbench has updated the Android mobile app with new features and improvements. Tagged with Geekbench 4.1, the newly launched update has been developed with Android NDK 13b paired with instructions for AArch32 cryptography. Moreover, the new version also provides enhancements to CPU and Computer modules.
In Geekbench 4.1, the Memory Latency workload has been modified to avoid cache hits on Cortex A72, and A73. Moreover, you can change SQLite and LLVM workloads in such a way that it improves multi-core scalability.
It is also possible to convert Histogram Equalization, Sobel, in such a way that it make use of RenderScript intrinsics. With Geekbench 4.1, you can change HTML5 DOM workload to reduce performance variations across various platforms.
Ideally, if you purchase a device with a higher Geekbench score, it will give you excellent performance in all departments. Moreover, after the test is completed, the app will compare the compute measurements of other competing smartphones.
To work with Geekbench 4.1, you require a smartphone or any mobile device running Android 5.0 or later. The app provides the RenderScript score along with system related information. The app is a smart way to fetch critical information such as motherboard model number, build number and system related information.
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