Samsung Galaxy S has the fastest GPU of all Android models
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Which Android model has the fastest GPU? It has got to be the Nexus One, right? Nope, guess again. Well, if it's not the N-One, it's certainly the DROID. Double Nope. Oh, yeah, it has to be the HTC EVO 4G-after all, that handset walks on water. Triple Nope. The answer is the recently introduced Samsung Galaxy S. Thanks to the Hummingbird A8 chip, the Galaxy S can process 90 million triangles per second. To put that in perspective, the Nexus One can process 22 million triangles in that second while the DROID can handle 7 million. Comparing the number to a non-Android handset, the iPhone 3GS can work on 28 million triangles per second. This means that Samsung's new Android device has a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 chip that is 3 times faster than the 1GHz Snapdragon that powers the N-One and the EVO 4G. This gives the Galaxy S 36% of the video processing power of a PS3. Add to this the Super AMOLED screen on the Samsung device, which is built to be very efficient to save power and battery life, and the Galaxy S is on a...ahem...Galaxy of its' own.