SPMarkJa - is a richly featured handheld device benchmark designed to measure and evaluate the system's performance in running Java applications. Targeted for MIDP 2.0 and JSR 184 capable handheld devices, the benchmark's workloads consist of 3D gaming, 2D gaming, video playback, image processing, Java Virtual Machine (JVM) testing, and battery testing. Additionally the benchmark displays detailed system information of the device and its Java implementation. Coupled with Futuremark's original Online ResultBrowser (ORB) service it is now possible to submit results and compare those against any other phones in the database.
SPMarkJava06 allows users to measure and compare Java app performance across development boards and existing devices. The benchmark produces unbiased, consistent and fair tests that generate accurate measurement data for the mobile device industry, mobile reviewers and consumers. Key Features: MIDP 2.0 / JSR 184 Java benchmark application for handheld devices Extensively researched workloads evaluate performance across a broad range of Java APIs and profiles Source code licensing available under separate license Version available for business users with full functionality and results publishing rights Free consumer version available for personal testing Small fee consumer version available with playable game and extensive features Includes high and low detail 3D game tests, 2D game test, video playback, image processing, Java Virtual Machine (JVM) testing and battery life testing tool Option to upload and compare results in Futuremark Online ResultBrowser (ORB).
Benefits: SPMarkJava06 is the most comprehensive benchmark for measuring Java performance on mobile devices Developed in close cooperation with industry leading companies, to ensure well designed, valid workloads with unbiased, reliable results comparison across different architectures and environments Consists of popular end user application workloads including 2D and 3D gaming, video playback and image processing, in addition to measuring JVM operations and battery life Uses common Java APIs and will run on a wide variety of devices which have MIDP 2.0 and JSR 184 Source code licensing option allows customizing and compiling benchmarks to suit semiconductor manufacturers, hardware and handset manufacturers, application developers and operator requirements. You can download and purchase the software here.
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The end result of a benchmark run in SPMarkJava06 is an SPMark score than can be used to compare performance across handsets
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