Many times I’ve browsed the web to find the “best” midlet to do testing, finding supported JSR, and so on. So here is a small list of resources I’ve found on this topic. So feel free to add unlisted things, so I will be happy to extend the list.
This one is doing a good job in many areas, testing all capacities of different JSR, RMS speed,video/audio capacities, etc…Results are send to a server, but this server side is really lacking of polishing. No organisation at all….That’s the only point to improve, but the midlet proven to be very useful. That’s my current favorite.
Here also, a lot of different tests are made, including RMS speed, copy speed, etc… Results are available on the result pages, but it might be in French only
On of the older, probably good for speed checking, but limited forother informations. Speed issue is only a small part of the problem. But good website to browser the results…
Note that there are others benchmark now, JBenchmark2 (for MIDP2.0 devices) and JBenchmark3D (for JSR184).
position themseves as an “industry benchmark” developed by EEMBC, but coming very late in the market, and focused only on speed benchmark.
- FPCBench: Update: The author of FPCBench posted some info on the bench as a comment of this post. It seems that it’s more than just speed. Unfortunatly, my main concern with this bench is that the UI is not as simple as Calibrator (why a Calculator is needed in such program), and results seems to be send through SMS…
- MicroCode: another project, not tested (thanks Wendong)
Other interesting resources:
I use frequently J2mepolish device database library, to quickly find if a handset support a specific JSR or not…. This database can be reused with j2mepolish to create specific build per device, or device family.