I m trying to play 720p mkv videos with my LG optimus 4xhd. The performance is mostly decent in terms of both audio and video but there is sometimes little lagging and twitch in both audio and video. I have tried many different video players and MX player with hw acceleration has offered by far the best performance.
I think whether your Nexus is flawless or not depends on whether you're noticing the faults. If the faults aren't noticeable to you then that's as good as them not being there but I believe they are still there.
I'm on my 5th Nexus and it has 9 hot pixels. They're tiny, so you wouldn't notice them if you weren't keen-eyed but they're there. Most people probably would not notice them.
Hello androidcentral community.Three days ago i bought brand new HTC One.I have heard that this is the best smartphone on the market and that it doesn't have any lag problems (except some ****ty apps ofcourse). So i installed some apps (mostly games to try how was the performance going). I downloaded games like Temple run 2 , Subway Surfers and Jetpack Joyride.
Our two prior articles have detailed the performance results from a new patch, bcache, that uses SSDs to cache hard drives. We've looked at the throughput and IOPS performance of bcache and -- while it is still very new and under heavy development -- have found that in some cases it can help performance.
I'm on F16 now and it's not even that I hate Gnome 3, I actually like it but the particular machine I installed it on it runs fine until you open firefox, then it just lags like mad, XFCE runs really well but I'm thinking I don't have enough ram.
It has an nvidia graphics chip and a AMD Athlon 3800 or something like that, I can't check because I'm at work.