The latest flagship smart phones are not only faster in performance but they are getting faster in 4G speeds as well. The latest Snapdragon 810 processor from Qualcomm is getting support for faster LTE Category 9.
This allows it to have download speeds up to 450MHz which is made possible with Carrier Aggregation (3x 20MHz) across FDD and LTE networks. Qualcomm’s LTE-Advanced modem is also backward compatible with various mobile standards including GSM/EDGE, CDMA1x/EVO, TD-SCDMA and WCDMA/HSPA+.
This exceeds the current Cat 6 LTE standards that support download speeds up to 300Mbps. Now if only our local networks are capable of touching at least Cat 4 (150Mbps) LTE speeds in real life.
Not only is the Optimus 2X the only dual-core Android smartphone in Malaysia but at RM1,899 outright, the Optimus 2X is also one of the cheapest 1GHz Androids you can get in the market today. But does being cheap mean there are bound to be compromises?
We’ll answer that after a full review but right now let’s just pit two of the most talked about dual-core Android devices against each other.
In the left corner, we have the LG Optimus 2X and in the right corner have the Samsung Galaxy S II. Which one will be crowned the fastest Android of them all?!
Head over to after the jump for some benchmark scores.
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