Original Source: Definitely worth a full read! ---- Synthetic benchmarks are never a good indication of real world performance on any handset IMO but it appears Samsung is being shady when it comes to Android benchmark applications. http://www.slashgear.com/samsung-ga...tuned-for-benchmarks-research-spots-30292185/ A very sneaky move from them IMO. Benchmarks are okay for some but the way I've seen them gamed over the years by ATI and Nvidia over the years on PC (Quack3 Anyone?) makes me think of them as a more secondary metric over other aspects (design, features, price). Peoples' thoughts on this? Are Samsung being underhanded or is there a legit reason for higher clockspeeds when running a benchmark app?