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Nexus S Quadrant Scores 6000+

17th September 2011, 04:22 AM   |  #1  
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The Nexus S managed to break the 6000+ barrier today. Its running the Trinity 1.544ghz kernel with the latest CM7 kang and it has the /system/lib/egl/libGLES_android.so removed. This single core beast is still butting heads with the latest big boys. The queastion is, when im ready to get a new device, which phone do i choose to downgrade to

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17th September 2011, 06:13 AM   |  #2  
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DANG!!! That's crazy.

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17th September 2011, 06:29 AM   |  #3  
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DANG!!! That's crazy.

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thats not crazy enough apparently, my phone wants to hit 6100

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look at the I/O scores, that happens when an error occurs during the benchmark, itll give a very high score due to that
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look at the I/O scores, that happens when an error occurs during the benchmark, itll give a very high score due to that

not true. for the nexus s they are high because iy has a native ext4 file system. all nexus s get high i/o scores.
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not true. for the nexus s they are high because iy has a native ext4 file system. all nexus s get high i/o scores.

wow really? that's great then, have you tried other benchmarks? im curious because im actually planning on buying a nexus s
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wow really? that's great then, have you tried other benchmarks? im curious because im actually planning on buying a nexus s

yea, ive done many benchmarks, and do really well in many.
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Man I wish my phone could handle trinity, what ever I seem to do, I always get bootlooping....

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17th September 2011, 09:02 AM   |  #9  
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yea, ive done many benchmarks, and do really well in many.


What Kernel u suggest is the best, I'm looking for stability+speed+battery+stability, so far every single one I have tried makes the phone crash with BT and browser mainly, also if by chance do u have any recommendation on how to improve the camera recording so it will not glitch as much.... thanks in any case for ur input.
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Pretty damn impressive.

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