By Anton D. Nagy | October 7, 2011 4:38 AM
When Samsung introduced the Galaxy S II, we mentioned in our review that the Exynos processor used to power the phone is insanely fast, scoring around 3,200 in Quadrant. The newly announced Galaxy Note seems to top it with 3,624.
The picture above is taken from none other than the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II which seems to be the best so far. As you can see, it blows all the other devices away scoring 3,727 (over 3,800 with other runs) in Quadrant. How’s that for a fast phone? You can also check out the video below to see a complete run of the app and make sure to let us know of your thoughts (yes, we know you’ll say Quadrant can sometimes report silly things but still). Is it because of the rumored Qualcomm chip inside?
Before you answer that question, take a look at the second video below which we just shot using our other unlocked Samsung Galaxy S II (mine) device. It scored over 3,900 points on the same version of Quadrant. How’s that?