Samsung Galaxy S II gets benchmarked – this is your phone on speed

• 14/04/2011

samsung galaxy s II google android gingerbread benchmark speed quadrant

We like graphs…we like graphs so much that we put a couple here for you to like with us. The graph on the top here is from the Android benchmarking app called Quadrant for the Samsung Galaxy S II, which uses the new Samsung Exynos processor. Look ma…this phone is faster than any other device we know of in the same spec’d category. Other phones that come to mind that should hold its weight against the Samsung Galaxy S II are the Motorola Atrix 4G, the HTC Sensation and the LG Optimus 2X, all of the aforementioned devices utilize dual-core processors.benchmark smartbench gingerbread android 2.3 samsung galaxy S II

So as you can see, the Samsung Galaxy S II is definitely the device to drool over when it comes to overall performance. Now, this doesn’t factor in any apps that a user may install after the fact which start to chip away at overall processes running in¬†the¬†background and use of RAM, so every user experience will be fairly different than what we see here. These tests appear to be barebone stock OS, or at the very least out-of-the-box installs.

Did I mention we like graphs?

[Via – Engadget | Pocketnow]

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