Do you want fast performance and Android 5.1.1 along with CM12.1 features?
Well, if you are looking for a super-stable ROM that’s fast yet stable, you may want to just check out the Euphoria OS ROM.
With no overclocking, the Euphoria OS scores near 53K on Antutu, its benchmarks are off the charts for running on default 2.7Ghz. I found this is a tad faster than stock Android 5.1 which scored around 50-51K on Antutu on my Nexus 6.
Apart from benchmarks, I can really feel the difference when running apps and switching between multiple apps. If you’ve tried this ROM you probably know what I am talking about. Also I’ve had many people who’ve told me their awesome experience with this ROM also.
I find most of the features from CM12.1 are also on Euphoria OS so I won’t go over all of them again but you can refer to my CM12.1 Review instead. One major features that’s not on CM12.1 but on Euphoria OS is the ability to customize your heads up notifications. A lot of people who have updated to stock Lollipop complain about not being able to disable or customize the heads up notifications. With Euphoria OS ROM, you will be able to set time out and also block specific apps from giving you heads up notifications. Oh yeah, there are couple more cool hidden features like ear speaker notification light and some more but I will let you play with them all.
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