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I know it pass almost two months from it,but it doesn't get out of my head,
Did you read Anandtech article about how Samsung Galaxy and some other phones can scent benchmark tool and then unleash performance?
Does we see same thing with Samsung SSDs?
When i remember how some people has said that Crucial M4 feels much responsive and when i got same feeling,what you thing? is Samsung painting our eyes with benchmark color?
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I know it pass almost two months from it,but it doesn't get out of my head,
Did you read Anandtech article about how Samsung Galaxy and some other phones can scent benchmark tool and then unleash performance?
Does we see same thing with Samsung SSDs?
When i remember how some people has said that Crucial M4 feels much responsive and when i got same feeling,what you thing? is Samsung painting our eyes with benchmark color?

They are just overclocking the CPU for a short amount of time.

Since we the user use the phones for a lot longer than a short amount of time, it's better for us to simply have less CPU power and more battery life.

You can easily overclock your phone, but say goodbye to your battery.
Edited by Abs.exe - 11/26/13 at 9:12am
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