Blogger Eldar Murtazin has tweeted the results of a benchmarking test run on his Samsung Galaxy S II's dual-core 1.2GHz processor, using the standard firmware, and the score is mightily impressive.
The benchmarking test was run using Quadrant, which mightn’t be the most accurate measure, but it appears to suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S II will kick the pants off everything else.
The Samsung Galaxy S II rated 3,053 when Eldar ran the test, which is more than three times the score achieved by the original Samsung Galaxy S.
It’s not clear whether Eldar’s Samsung Galaxy S II is powered by an nVidia Tegra 2 chip, or Samsung’s own Exynos alternative.
Samsung’s device is one of a number of dual-core Android phones coming soon. It’ll go up against the Motorola Atrix, HTC Sensation and LG Optimus 2X.
The Samsung Galaxy S II, which was unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February, is released in the UK on May 1.