In a few days T-mobile will be launching their version of the Galaxy S II that has a slightly altered specification list. This slight alteration has been question by many because they think it will effect the phone's performance negatively, well that is what this video was made to test. The video above takes the Galaxy S II through a typical Quadrant test. The test results gave T-mobile's version 3841, which is significantly better than the European version that was tested and only got 3538. This means T-mobile's version, with the Qualcomm S2 chip, is actually better than the Sprint and AT&T versions that were released earlier this month.

Via: GSMArena