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Tuesday, 30 November 2010 10:23

LG Star leaked, benched

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Tegra 2 outpaces ARM siblings
LG’s upcoming Star smartphone has leaked onto the interweb and some early benchmarks have already appeared on Android Forums.

It appears that the handset easily beats all currently available phones by a significant margin. It is 30 to 40 percent faster than the Nexus One, Motorola Droid X or HTC Evo. It’s about twice as fast as Samsung’s best selling Galaxy S.

Mind you, the tests were done on Android 2.2, but there is a strong chance that the Star will end up with Gingerbread and the production model might even have better performance. Aside from the Tegra platform, the Star is not exactly a spectacular piece of kit, but it does have some clever features, such as HDMI output. This will surely come in handy with the extra graphics muscle.

More here.

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