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Galaxy Nexus VS Galaxy SII Quadrant significant performance difference!

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    Galaxy Nexus VS Galaxy SII Quadrant significant performance difference!

    There is a significant diffference in the performance of Galaxy Nexus VS Galaxy SII on Quadrant. Galaxy SII is twice as much even tho the ROM are of the same capacity. Any one has an explanation?

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    Most of the reviews I've seen say to approach Quadrant with more than a little skepticism. You really don't want to attach too much importance to their scores, being highly subjective.
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    I agree with you theory to some extent. Because every other day there is a new benchmark app that serve certain brand name. But in this case both phones are samsung. But in reality I did really felt he difference. I had my SII for a longer period of time and it is snappier and freezes way less. In fact my phone is so slow while typing this.

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    Re: the lag issue, have you ever done a factory reset? Sometimes that has a way of getting the phone to behave better.

    Which version of Quadrant did you run on the GNex? The old version (v1.x) wasn't reporting scores properly under ICS, so they had to revamp the software (v2.0).

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    Quadrants can be easily manipulated therefore they aren't highly accurate. Take these benchmarks with a grain of salt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mujibar View Post
    Re: the lag issue, have you ever done a factory reset? Sometimes that has a way of getting the phone to behave better.

    Which version of Quadrant did you run on the GNex? The old version (v1.x) wasn't reporting scores properly under ICS, so they had to revamp the software (v2.0).
    No I didn't reset it. I rooted about a week ago. It is too early to reset it. I noticed that iOS is more stable than android but it sucks how stupid the interface is designed and it gives u less options to play with

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    What do you mean it's too early to reset it? If you reset it now, you might get better performance and there will be fewer things to restore.

    Tap'd on my GNex

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    Stock ICS is a little laggy, but I wouldn't say the iPhone is significantly smoother than ICS. I'll take a better, open OS vs minimal gains in terms of lag. Right now I'm on GummyNex (with Imoysen Kernel) and it runs very smooth (better than stock) and battery life is decent on stock battery. Approx 12-14 hours @ 2.5 hrs screen is my usual.

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    What I mean by it is too early is the fact that I have to change the setting of most of the apps all over again since it will be on the default settings after resetting the phone. I just went through that after rooting the phone. Besides my phone is relatively new.

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    I understand not wanting to set everything back up, but it's amazing what a factory reset can sometimes do for a stock phone. Sorry, but I have nothing more to offer.

    Tap'd on my GNex

 

 
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