Obviously having the fastest and arguably one of the best smartphones in the world isn”t enough for some people. While some would be nervous to do exactly what this guy has, it’s great to see. Apparently the Exynos processor used in the Samsung Galaxy S II doesn’t even break a sweat at 1.5Ghz, and will be stable at nearly 2.0Ghz soon. Of course, we are talking about absolutely disgusting performance, with Quadrant benchmarks going past the 4000 range. Check it out below.
Check out the source link below for how to do this – it’s not that difficult. The processor inside the Galaxy S II started off at a lowly 1Ghz and was modified by Samsung to run at 1.2Ghz, but actively slows itself down to as low as 200Mhz for power savings, and when the phone is idle.
Check out this benchmark. And just for comparison, 4000 on Quadrant is roughly 6 timed faster than the original Motorola Droid.
And finally, the video. Enjoy!
Via XDA Developers
Like this post? Share it!
Hi, dont know if it’s the right place to ask but I bought a Galaxy S2 *Hooray* and want to buy a micro SDHC that can be so fast that i don’t see the difference between the phone and the card. Could you please give me some tipps like wich the minimal class or wich brands cause I heard that the speed also depends on it.
Galaxy S2 Quadrant Score Benchmark Test 6929 – CPU setted to 1,4GHz 1400mV ICS stock rooted.