in a benchmark such as quadrant it is running at Native resolutions... so yes, resolution needs to be taken into account when using that as a determination of which is better.
That's correct but the synthetic benchmarks are still a bit odd to me. In theory the qualcomm chip should be about equal to that of the exynos used by the SGS2. However, I have my sgs2 (stock, not rooted) sitting right next to my Evo 3D (@1.8ghz) and every benchmark except for V8 is in favor of the sgs2 (by quite a bit). So it's not the resolution since I've taken that into account when comparing scores. I guess Sense 3.0 is just a bloated resource hog.
I didn't use Quadrant because that benchmark straight blows
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