So, by now, you’ve probably already heard that the Samsung Galaxy S is a beast at gaming – it can produce a staggering 90 million triangles per second compared to the Nexus One‘s 22 million. But that is just one spec, and real world tests are what most people care about. Quake 3 has now been ported to both devices, and it acts as a great test of each device’s gaming capabilities.
That’s the Nexus One running Quake 3. It runs quite smoothly, without any hiccups. You may be wondering why you would need a more powerful device. Take a look at this video.
In this test, the Samsung Galaxy S destroys the Nexus One. Like GeekWord says, it’s “as if it was made for the Super AMOLED handset.” Clearly, the numbers are right – this is best Android device for gaming. If Quake 3 isn’t your thing, keep in mind that the amount of high quality 3D games in the Android Market is constantly growing. Personally, I can’t wait for the day a PlayStation emulator hits the Market. The day I play Final Fantasy VII on my phone is the day we enter the future.