True 144fps gaming arrives on mobile with the Nubia Red Magic 5G

We've seen smartphones promising >100fps gaming before, but Nubia's new handset is the first we've benchmarked that actually delivers stable 144fps gameplay in a real-world scenario. With its Snapdragon 865 chipset and active cooling, this phone offers some blistering frame rates at 90Hz and 60Hz too -- take a look at our frame rate stats below! 

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Measuring CPU Usage in Mobile Devices

If you have ever wanted to measure the CPU Usage of a mobile app or game and you are stuck, then read on to find out how this can be achieved. 

The fundamental goal of any app or game is to provide a great experience to the user. For games, frames per second is a good measure of this. When your game is not able to provide a good experience you are naturally curious about resource usage in your system. It could likely be that the game is bottlenecked by either the CPU/ GPU or memory bandwidth. These three fundamental areas are the first stop when looking to identify performance issues. Let’s look at how to measure CPU Usage in both Android and iOS devices. 

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Game Performance Metrics that Matter: Guide to Interpretation and Action

In the world of mobile gaming, there can be no doubt that performance matters. It's no coincidence that top studios like Supercell and King make games that run smoothly even on older and weaker devices! Being able to optimize a game for the best possible user experience across the widest possible range of hardware is key to commercial success. 

The GameBench Pro Desktop App gives studios the ability to manually record test sessions and capture performance metrics that can analyzed in our Web Dashboard by development teams to diagnose issues and/or optimize performance of  games on any device.

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New Game Dev Meetup Makes Its Debut In Los Angeles

Pizza + Beer + Great Conversation
The Makings of Successful Meetup

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  • GameBench Staff
  • 26. November 2019
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Exclusive: The Return of GPU Metrics for Android Devices

**UPDATE**  Support for GPU Metrics now available on the GameBench Pro Desktop App.

Just in time for Halloween, GameBench is pleased to announce that GPU metrics for Android devices have returned from their untimely demise! Android game developers can once again see just how hard their games are pushing the GPUs of different devices, allowing them to optimize accordingly to give their players the best possible experience.

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