HTC HD2 Running Android Overclocked to 1.5GHz

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Overclocking seems to be one of the most common power hacks applied to Android devices and the T-Mobile G2 already clocked at 1.34GHz and then to 1.9GHz.

The HTC HD2 is already running Google’s Android operating system and there are several builds to choose from but it looks like the Leo’s 1GHz QSD8250 Snapdragon processor has been overclocked to 1.5GHz, resulting in a Quadrant score of 2057. You might of course remember the Windows Phone days where there was an app for overclocking the HD2’s CPU and we said it back then and we’ll say it again: Overclocking the CPU could be harmful and you do it at your own responsibility!

Source: YouTube

Thanks: hd2owner

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