The guys over at SlashGear recently put the HTC Desire HD and the myTouch 4G head-to-head in a benchmark test, both devices feature the same 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 processor and 768MB of RAM so you wouldn’t expect much of a difference, however one of the devices performs better than the other.
SlashGear ran the Quadrant benchmark on both smartphones, the Desire HD scored 1,666 and the myTouch 4G scored 180 points more (1,846).
Despite the Desire HD losing this battle it is still no slouch, apparently these results are better than what the Motorola Droid X and Google Nexus One delivered.
If you would like to find out a little more about the results of the benchmark tests check out the source link below, by checking out this link you can see just how much better the HTC Desire HD’s performance is when compared to the original Desire.
Are you happy with your HTC Desire HD’s performance?
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