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Pandaboard Benchmark: Android (Pandroid) vs Linaro Android

Here’s a video with two Pandaboards (powered by TI OMAP 4) running Android. On the right, there’s Google’s Android, built with the gcc 4.4 toolchain provided by Google and the Pandroid kernel. On the left, there is a Linaro build, using Linaro’s gcc 4.5 toolchain and Linaro’s 3.0 kernel for the Panda board.

There is a noticeable difference in the time taken by both boards to execute the demo. (Android Linaro being faster).

The demo (Benchmark by 0xlab) uses software decode on both boards.

They also showcase the Freescale i.MX53 and ST Ericsson Snowball development boards.

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