When we heard about the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S we knew it was going to have some serious power but were just unsure about how much power this device would actually have. After some mobile device testers got their hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S it is becoming more and more clear just how powerful this phone actually is. Thanks to its PowerVR SGX540 GPU the Galaxy S has the power to push 90 million triangles per second. Compare that to the Snapdragon platform which manages a mere 22 million polygons and the iPhone 3GS’s 28 million from the earlier SGX535 you can easily see what kind of power the Galaxy S is actually packing.
Of course the number of polygons that you can push per second is not everything when it comes to graphical power it is certainly a giant part of the equation. With the announcement of Galaxy S having such increased graphical power over its competitors this is sure to start a new war among mobile device companies. It will be interesting to see where these mobile device companies take this new technology and how they expand on it and improve it.
Cell phones are becoming remarkable gadgets these days and it appears the Samsung Galaxy S is just another link in the chain. With its supposed superior graphics it will be interesting to see how the Galaxy S is received in the market place and how the rest of the phone’s functions are viewed by consumers. If Samsung took as much time enhancing other aspects of the phone as they did with the graphics then the Galaxy S is sure to be a huge hit amongst mobile phone consumers.