The LG Optimus 3D scores 2958 on Quadrant, Samsung Galaxy S II did "just" 1950
0. phoneArena 14 Feb 2011, 05:04 posted on
In what places it as the fastest stock dual-core handset currently tested in public, the LG Optimus 3D scored 2958 on the Quadrant synthetic benchmark test, courtesy to its 1GHz Texas Instruments OMAP4 chipset...
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1. Tillo (Posts: 8; Member since: 10 Feb 2010)
LG is bringing it's A-Game now. I'd prefer the Optimus over Sammy's S II
3. lagfix (unregistered)
The lagfix created symlinks to nand storage. Not ext4
4. peacekeeper05 (unregistered)
Optimus 3D just pwned sammy :)
5. Dave (unregistered)
Looks like same issue that plagued the first galaxy s. See how it stalls at the database tests... hand it over to the community and we'll see that score double. I'll take the classy S 2 over the LG any day.
6. Dave (unregistered)
Samsung Galaxy S II has already been overclocked, hitting scores way over 4000.
7. S2 user (unregistered)
I just tested mine new from the store Galaxy SII and scored 3017. So the article is bull shit.