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Benchmark Scores

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What do some people get as their benchmark score?

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Antutu for you

woah no way thats a massive difference compared to my G300!!! :D

Is that the stock orange ICS update you have?

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woah no way thats a massive difference compared to my G300!!! :D

Is that the stock orange ICS update you have?

It's the XOLO ICS ROM, this phone flies, just got a replacement for my G300, it's the G510, dearer the the San Diego and not as quick, but it's the workhorse phone, whilst the San Diego is best lol

The attached benchmark is off the G510 and as you can see the San Diego whips it, but the G510 has Jelly Bean which is a bonus

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It's the XOLO ICS ROM, this phone flies, just got a replacement for my G300, it's the G510, dearer the the San Diego and not as quick, but it's the workhorse phone, whilst the San Diego is best lol

The attached benchmark is off the G510 and as you can see the San Diego whips it, but the G510 has Jelly Bean which is a bonus

I was considering getting the G510 but i wanted the San Diego for the processor and is a tiny bit cheaper. Though i like both phones equally.

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I was considering getting the G510 but i wanted the San Diego for the processor and is a tiny bit cheaper. Though i like both phones equally.

My only concern about the San Diego is the long term durability if I use it everyday as my main phone, people reporting it cracking and the power button seems a real issue.

The San Diego is an awesome piece of kit, I just wish it wasn't quite so fragile, whereas this G510, feels like it's built like a tank, and it weighs about the same as one :P

Before I am denounced the San Diego is the better phone lol

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My only concern about the San Diego is the long term durability if I use it everyday as my main phone, people reporting it cracking and the power button seems a real issue.

The San Diego is an awesome piece of kit, I just wish it wasn't quite so fragile, whereas this G510, feels like it's built like a tank, and it weighs about the same as one :P

Before I am denounced the San Diego is the better phone lol

BURN THE HERETIC!!!!
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I'll bring the petrol

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I take my punishment like a man lol

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Does anyone know if gangster Rio: city of Saints is working on san Diego? I was thinking of buying it but just wanted to get a confirmation before.

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For anyone wondering about the advantage of enabling the micro SD card slot the lower score is using the USB storage, the second is a class 10 Samsung micro SD card. A useful increase for say a heavy video shooter.

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For anyone wondering about the advantage of enabling the micro SD card slot the lower score is using the USB storage, the second is a class 10 Samsung micro SD card. A useful increase for say a heavy video shooter.

So you decided to rip your back door open, so that you could use your slot, lets hope you don't crack up now :P :P

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So you decided to rip your back door open, so that you could use your slot, lets hope you don't crack up now :P :P

That did cross my mind, I was VERY careful opening it face down on a sheet of paper and just gently teasing it with my thumb nail(no dirty jokes thank you).

There was a (literally) sticky part where they put some sticky tape down towards the bottom of the phone. I used the plastic packaging that the card came in to slide it down and gently prise it off.

It was a little nerve wracking I'll admit but there's no sign of any damage at all so I'll see.

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