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Tuesday, 26 March 2013 21:06

Rightware shows first Basemark X screenshot

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Hints at some technical details

Rightware, or in case you missed them guys behind the quite famous Browsermark benchmark, have now released a first screenshot of their upcoming cross-platform graphics benchmark, the Basemark X.

Although there are still no precise details regarding the actual benchmark, Rightware posted a first screenshot of the benchmark and noted that some test sequences will have polygon counts of over 900,000. Noted before, the new Basemark X will provide objective cross-platform comparison between Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices, including tablets and smartphones. The new Basemark X will be based on what Rightware calls the Unity 4.0 game engine. 

The screenshot looks quite impressive and we there are hints that we might see even eye candy soon so we will certainly keep our eye on it.

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Last modified on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 11:38
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