T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II Benchmarked

Have you been eager to see how the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II would perform on a quadrant benchmark test? Well look no further as a ninja just dropped some images and a quick video in our inbox showing us exactly how the T-Mobile Galaxy S II fares. You’ll have to excuse the noises and the crying baby but you really don’t care about them do you? You just want to see the final result, that orange bar that tells you the sacred benchmark score. Well what are you waiting for, check out the video.

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  • http://twitter.com/BMcSherry Bryce McSherry

    This may have to be my next phone

  • Anonymous

    DAMN O_O

  • AndroidKura

    Wow =O

  • Anonymous

    WOW! Thats better than all the other Exynos GS2.

  • Navy

    OMFG, that ish is a beast. Oct 12th, You cannot come any faster

  • Lee

    Let’s see a comparison with the HTC Amaze

    • Weapon g2x

      Amaze is around 2700-2800 they had one at the local tmo store

  • Zeegs2009

    A tear just dropped! Imma go pitch a tent in frknt of my tmobile store tonight!

    • Navy

      im sayin lol

  • Anonymous

    nay sayers…..where are you?

    • Anonymous

      Google for GS2 benchmarks on GSMArena with 1.5GHz (OC) Exynos. 4K+.

    • Anonymous

      LOL moved onto the Prime

      • Anonymous

        if tmo is lucky enough to get a compatible version of the prime…..im picking up the gs2 and hoping the prime is released with aws

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1522447760 Jean-luc Mutabazi

    a flashed nexus S overlocked to 1.5 Ghz does 46.. points

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1522447760 Jean-luc Mutabazi

    a flashed nexus S overlocked to 1.5 Ghz does 46.. points

    • http://twitter.com/simms22 simms22

      wrong.. my 1.544ghz nexus s hit 6092 :-P

  • J-Hop2o6

    YES!!! but how when its still Adreno 220? but its between Tmo’s SGSII & the Nexus Prime.

  • J-Hop2o6

    YES!!! but how when its still Adreno 220? but its between Tmo’s SGSII & the Nexus Prime.

  • mario

    Holy S#!+ wow ! I SERIOUSLY WAS not expecting such superior results iam so going to have to camp outside,my tmo store nd seriously why cant it be oct 12 already

  • Anonymous

    Is that 3727? Can it really be? I was going to pass on this because of the processor but this benchmark will make me think about it. I’ll have to go in next week and test it out. I’m not waiting 3 months for the prime.

  • Tito!

    I told you guys. . 42 Mbps won’t leave you without benchmark speeds.

    yup! Hercules is top of the S II series, still, like I expected! :D

    • Anonymous

      GSMArena benchmark of 1.5GHz (OC) Exynos GS2 has it at 4K+. So this Qualcomm is slower.

      • Guest

        Really?  Wow you must be a rocket scientist.  We know it is slower.  The only reason why it benchmarks higher in the Tmobile’s version of the Galaxy S2 is because the resolution is lower than the HTC phones this chip is also in.

        • Anonymous

          That apologist excuse doesn’t work here. The Exynos GS2 and the Qualcomm GS2 are both the same 480×800, and the Exynos benchmarks higher at the same clock-speed.

        • Anonymous

          That apologist excuse doesn’t work here. The Exynos GS2 and the Qualcomm GS2 are both the same 480×800, and the Exynos benchmarks higher at the same clock-speed.

        • OleShrike

          chipmunk your exynos benchmark, this is still a good score if your into these sort of things… i could care less about a benchmark as long as the phone runs smooth (which it does)

        • Kevin Kerr

          Then how do you explain the low MyTouch 4G Slide benchmarks which has a WVGA screen?

      • Best Robertd

        I have got 4585 with Sprint SGS2 variant overclocked at 1.5 Ghz. The Sammy processors are amazing. 125 Mflops on Linpack too.

      • Drew

        Is there a point?? Anyone knowing anything about these devices knows in advance that the Exynos chip is the creme de la creme… It was overclocked 300MHz to get those benchmarks so I’m really having a tough time understanding your point. And what’s a “T-Mobile Qualcomm KIRF”?? What’s so fake about it troll??

        • Anonymous

          Yes, the point is you’re paying for Exynos price but you’re not getting one. Makes you feel all good about that, right? Instead, you’re just paying Qualcomm component markup for 42Mbps+.

  • http://twitter.com/SParKlngCyaNide SparklingCyanide

    WOW!!! I certainly wasn’t expecting that either… Danng, I may have to reconsider depending on the Nexus  announcement.

  • Ilyas_k15

    Holy crap!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That’s it, I don’t care for the Amaze 4G anymore, no matter how amazing the camera is, I am definitely getting this

  • josue cifuentes

    clicks on “view pics of local girls”

    i mean great benchmark scores lolz

  • Anonymous

     Damn! if my Nexus S gets those speeds on the Matr1x kernel at 1ghz, i wonder whats this beast going to get once it gets rooted and rommed.

  • Anonymous

    Hell Yea! So happy! This should shut up all the haters now :)

  • Rebelbanker

    Quadrant is only designed for testing a single core, is it not?

    • Tarea222

      That’s what I thought

    • http://www.boymeetsphone.com Yossarian Norman

      And that’s the cool thing. That may not even been it using all of that single core since the dual-core Scorpion CPU is asynchronous and only uses as much of the processor as it needs to do a task.

  • Anonymous

    Not bad at all. Even though it’s pushing less pixels than the Sensation 4G (yes it has a slightly bigger screen, but still the PPI is 206.41 for the SGS2 vs. 256.15 for the Sensation 4G) it’s still a nice score. That said, my Sensation 4G’s Snapdragon still wants some of the meth that the GS2′s is on so it can go faster too.

  • Jabombardier

    i so want this. give my G2X to my sister and then get this. drool.

  • Anonymous

    david: “fares” not “fairs”

  • Rebelbanker

    I tested the Amaze 4G out of the demo box and got a 2450 with it.

  • LaMigra

    Good, now all we need is a web browsing experience ….

  • LaMigra

    Good, now all we need is a web browsing experience ….

  • LaMigra

    Good, now all we need is a web browsing experience ….

  • Deon Davis

    See I told all yall nay sayers, There is nothing wrong with the snapdragons it was htc poor coding on sense that slowed it down.

  • Deon Davis

    See I told all yall nay sayers, There is nothing wrong with the snapdragons it was htc poor coding on sense that slowed it down.

    • http://twitter.com/SParKlngCyaNide SparklingCyanide

      I think you may be right, sense is a code HOG.

    • J-Hop2o6

      But the Telus version got a bad score.. Around 2300-2500.. Wonder how this one is faster.. I still need more current benchmark scores tho.

    • J-Hop2o6

      But the Telus version got a bad score.. Around 2300-2500.. Wonder how this one is faster.. I still need more current benchmark scores tho.

    • J-Hop2o6

      But the Telus version got a bad score.. Around 2300-2500.. Wonder how this one is faster.. I still need more current benchmark scores tho.

    • J-Hop2o6

      But the Telus version got a bad score.. Around 2300-2500.. Wonder how this one is faster.. I still need more current benchmark scores tho.

  • Jmhouston78

    I benchmarked my Sprint GSII several times and average 3200-3400. Except the one time I got a 3649 and my eyes almost popped out. Bone stick and no mods or root. These phones are unbelievable.

  • Auser72

    Daaammmmnnnnnn………. in my Chris Tucker voice!!!

  • Clif Payne

    All we need now is the phone!!!

  • Clif Payne

    All we need now is the phone!!!

  • Anonymous

    HAHahahaha this is fucking AWESOME! people were crying about benchmark and how the tmobile version will suck. LET’S GOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!! 3000 plus in your mouth!!!!

  • James

    Oct 12… anyone have a time machine?

  • +;;;++5jgh

    Why does rooted b2b gets 2500

  • Anonymous

    Lower resolution or not I still came buckets when I saw the AT&T Galaxy S II. I took a look at the Infuse and it wasn’t much different. Using GOLauncher, I can resize the grid to get more icons on the homescreen to improve the look a bit.

  • +;;;++5jgh

    I meant g2

  • Anonymous

    wvga vs qhd screens.. but yes, htc sense accounts for a lot of ram/cpu usage

  • Em2drvr03

    Its really amazing how everyone makes such a big deal about quadrant scores, when it really doesnt mean anything in real world.

    • Poke’mon

      I sceond that because my g2x hit 2989 and it’s only 1ghz but still it’s pretty nice. It’s all about reception

      • Poke’mon

        It’s not rooted

      • sidekicker89

        which T-Mobile phones get the best reception then? anyone know?

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/CeeGee-Borela/100000183782060 CeeGee Borela

          HD2

        • Anonymous

          This is actually true. It has great reception. This is one phone that they did right in terms of reception and the gps hardware.

        • Anonymous

          This is actually true. It has great reception. This is one phone that they did right in terms of reception and the gps hardware.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/CeeGee-Borela/100000183782060 CeeGee Borela

          HD2

        • Magmaspawn

          Nokia 3390

  • Kevin Kerr

    Why do people always have to use Quadrant? NenaMark 2 would a much better indicator.

    • http://twitter.com/simms22 simms22

      with the free version of quadrant, youre right. it doesnt give enough info, just a score. they should be using the paid version of quadrant, it gives a breakdown of the score, the important numbers.

  • http://twitter.com/simms22 simms22

    thats all? at 1.5ghz it should bench higher on quadrant. whats wrong with it?

    • Gamer4595

      Nothing, and a 1.5 doesn’t necicerraly mean it will benchmark better. The exynos chip has better graphics and by my guess has better cache

      • Magmaspawn

        I wish we did see the fps on that. You are right though bench mark doesn’t have a real reflection of performance. its just fun to use and gets a small idea. 

  • http://twitter.com/simms22 simms22

    i bet they tested it wrong. the first quadrant always gives the lowest results. bench it four times in a row and keep the 4th result. its always the highest.

  • Drew

    POW!!!! o_O

  • Anonymous

    been telling people for months, the GSII scores were the work of some sort of programming magic samsung was working, ever since phonearena got a hold of the Galaxy R. Well here’s more proof.

  • LC

    Ugh…I’ve got 60+ of these in the back room of my store, and I’m just dying for Wednesday to come around :)

  • LC

    Ugh…I’ve got 60+ of these in the back room of my store, and I’m just dying for Wednesday to come around :)

  • Calvin

    I wonder why the canadian version was so much slower. I can’t wait to watch an unboxing and general overview of the beauty!

    • J-Hop2o6

      I KNOW!! what makes it different on the Tmo version? They are Identical other than bloatware.. but I want to see better benchmark apps being used.

  • nerdlust

    Wow this is amazing!!