Sony Ericsson Outs Xperia Arc S, and the S Is for Speed
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"the S is for speed"
galaxy S2 is for speed 2X faster? haha
yes, it is! it' dual core compares to single core.
It is all about the amount of caching the CPU can process as well as the FSB (Front Side BUS)speeds the CPU can process per second.
Dual Core processors only help with p...
The S is for...