Sunday, January 2, 2011

Google Nexus S Overclocked to 1.2Ghz

Nexus S is a latest device from Samsung powered by Google. It’s running Latest Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Google Nexus S has 1GHz Hummingbird processor. Many people rumored before that Google branded next model Nexus would be running Dual core processor but it turns out to be false. Many users who thirst for more speed and fast processing from their Google Nexus S are not satisfied from it. Now, an XDA member morfic has released a new kernel – Trinity – for the Nexus S which overclocks the processor to 1.2GHz.

The developer of the kernel has also tweaked the voltages for a better battery life. However, this kernel is still a work in progress as the Bluetooth still does not work. The guy who performed this test says that you need a stock Android 2.3 ROM. But people who have modified Android 2.3 ROM have tried this and they say its working fine. So its completely your wish on what you like to do.

Note:It should be noted that Overclocking is dangerous for your device so if you want to overclock your phone so you are doing it on your own risk.

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