Last Updated: Aug 04,2013
This was about average for me using WIFI....
Holy sh+t. Do I need to root? nice score, man!
That's the Quad Core International Edition.
I feel to embarrassed to post mine
Yes, but it is also overclocked.
Not rooted. Got he phone last night. Totally stock
Those are insane numbers man. Very nice. I get to get my locked bootloader one on Monday most likely. Damn Verizon. I have faith in the Devs, but if we can't get custom kernals, I'll live.
I've seen people getting nearly 1000 more than that. Not sure how though.
Stock (not rooted) but latest firmware.
What frequency are you over over clicked to?
That was taken at 1800 but I actually clock to 1704
How does one check this?
by downloading quadrant from google play.
Hi, I am a little surprised because in the early days of my samsung galaxy s3, the benchmark test for CPU in Quadrant for example were showing the CPU speed as upto 13350 but now no matter what i do, it doesnt cross 13000.... why is that? I have done everything but to no avail.... any suggestions
Benchmarks do not affect real life usage. Does your phone feel slower? if not, dont worry about it. It doesnt mean anything
No it hasnt but I dont get it that why the bechmark result has been decreased? There must be some reason
Yes there will be. Why do you feel you need to know what it is?
Often increasing the UI responsiveness will decrease benchmark results. It doesnt matter though because the phone feels faster than before and the benchmarks never meant anything anyway
Quadrant scores are always all over the place. If you are going to use a benchmark id suggest antutu or cf bench
Stock Quad Core International Version.
I'm consistently scoring 5500.
I think quadrant is pretty accurate. A fluctuation of 100 or so is normal. When is a firmware update going to be available for me? Sprint
Our Sprint phones got a firmware update last weekend. LP9 I think it was called. You might want to check for it manually. If you're rooted, you might have trouble installing it.
Mine can fluctuate by 1000 or more.
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