Jan 7th, 2011

Earlier this week the Nexus S was overclocked to 1.2GHz. Considering other Galaxy devices using the Hummingbird processor have hit as high as 1.6GHz, the news of the Nexus S reaching 1.4GHz isn’t all that extraordinary, but it brings yet another speed boost to the already zippy (partially thanks to Gingerbread) Google smartphone.

The new kernel tweaks some voltages from previous overclocking builds, but unlike those this new version incorporates functional Bluetooth capabilities. The advancements come courtesy of xda, and you can locate all the info you need to give it a shot at the source links below.

[xda via BriefMobile]

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