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Samsung Galaxy S II shows its raw power,Flash in browser performance test

7th April 2011, 08:33 AM   |  #1  
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Naturally, being the replacement for the well-known Samsung i9000 Galaxy S, the Galaxy S II has to fit the very large shoes of its predecessor. And judging by the initial impressions from quickly playing around with the device – it does pretty well. The user interface is ridiculously snappy and the phone, despite its mammoth size, feels alive and light.

And just to give you a taste of what kind of performance we are talking about, we’ve prepared a short video of the Galaxy S II playing a 720p HD YouTube video straight within the stock Android browser.

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7th April 2011, 08:44 AM   |  #2  
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Wow so smooth and fast!!

Also a screen rotation animation!

Nice video thanks


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7th April 2011, 08:53 AM   |  #3  
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Wow so smooth and fast!!

Also a screen rotation animation!

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Yes,that's what i said,its damn smooth & fast
7th April 2011, 10:46 AM   |  #4  
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Yep stikingly fast un comparison to SGS and even new SE ARC.CAnt wait for may/june release
Can wait to see full review
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Yup super smooth

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7th April 2011, 08:22 PM   |  #6  
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Most people don't know it, but 720p youtube videos play fine on my SGS with 2.3.3 as long as I don't use the flash player from the market. The SGS II is going to be on another level I'm sure, but 720p flash files are already conquered.
7th April 2011, 11:07 PM   |  #7  
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Most people don't know it, but 720p youtube videos play fine on my SGS with 2.3.3 as long as I don't use the flash player from the market. The SGS II is going to be on another level I'm sure, but 720p flash files are already conquered.

Then how do you play them ?
7th April 2011, 11:52 PM   |  #8  
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It comes with a pre installed flash player. Which i suppose, like the atrix's own, is optimized specifically for the galaxy s.
I have a captivate right now, and it's running 2.2, and whilst it can play 720p youtube videos, they are choppy, so not much use. More than likely however, it will be able to play it more smoothly when a T&t rolls out the gingerbread update for it. If they ever plan to. =.=
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No you don't understand there is a trick to play 720p flash videos butterly smooth (even Underclocked at 800Mhz btw) on a Galaxy S running froyo or up, he was not talking bout playing it straight within the browser. I just asked him to figure out if he really know this trick or not

tip : UA
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Originally Posted by touness69

No you don't understand there is a trick to play 720p flash vidéos butterly smooth (even Underclocked at 800Mhz btw) on a Galaxy S running froyo or up, he was not talking bout play it straight within the browser. I just asked him to know if he really know this trick or not

tip : UA

What UA String do you use?

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