For those looking to squeeze out every last bit of performance from their devices, you’re in luck especially if you’ve gotten your hands on the recently released Motorola DROID 4 from Verizon. The device was released on the 10th of February (looks like the rumors panned out) and barely a week later, thanks to the Android developer community, the device has managed to see its processor overclocked to 1.4GHz.
Granted this isn’t really that big of a jump considering that the original processor was clocked at 1.2GHz, and we’re not really sure if the difference can truly be felt, but either way if you want to play the numbers game and would rather your device run at 1.4GHz over 1.2GHz, pop on over here to find the correct module for your phone.
Once again we should probably caution you against such modifications as the results could sometimes not end up in your favor, plus overclocking devices tends to lead to poorer battery life. Either way proceed at your own risk and remember to read all the instructions first!
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