We will find out as soon as the Droid X gets into the hands of some bloggers that will run the same test on it. It has a HDMI port, and it if does 60 fps, then that either means HDMI is not an issue, or, TI OMAP 3630 with PowerVR completely owns Snapdragon.
Since there are different versions of the phone and the screen, a simple patch from HTC might be difficult to do, unless the patch contains fixes for every version Evo out there. Why can't they just get it right from the get go!
Why they always pick several subs to get their parts from....hmm....guess the big screen smart phone market neccesiates it.
Not unusual for a manufacturer to source from multiple parts suppliers. Sometimes, no one supplier can meet the demand. It also insulates the manufacturer from supply chain issues. If all the screens come from vendor A, and their factory goes down for some reason, HTC is stuck. But if they have a second vendor, HTC can continue production, even if at a slower rate.
Originally Posted by Raf
. So this FPS fix kills your camera?
Is this true? If so it's pretty useless at the moment. I won't give up the camera for smoother scrolling.