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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by WeylandYutani, Jun 27, 2010.
The iPhone 3GS and iPad have the PowerVR SGX535 graphics processor.
What is in the iPhone 4???
It should be the SAME GPU as the 3GS and iPad.
"3D Benchmark" is a gaming test that produces an average FPS result. The iPad was only 2.3% faster than the iPhone 4. It was 14.8% faster than the iPhone 3GS.
Maybe the game sample they used was CPU bound.
But if there is 4 times more pixels to push around than the 3GS how are full resolution games going to cope with only a 15% improvement?
Seems like the graphic chip hasn't scaled up in line with screen resolution. This may be a big problem for gamers and games running at native iPhone 4 resolution.