Oh snap, it seems ARM is still a little pissed at Intel for their alleged benchmark shenanigans from a while back, so, in a very Samsung-like way, the British chip designers have compiled a YouTube video mocking the real-life performance of an Intel-powered tab.
It’s not much of a secret anymore that Nokia has a number of tricks up its sleeve, which will all get uncovered come October 22, but even with a certified rumor bonanza going on, guessing the exact line-up of the Abu Dhabi event was not easy.
Seeing as Microsoft’s first-gen Surface tabs have been colossal sales duds (especially the one running Win RT) and Nokia, which is close to becoming Redmond’s property, is prepping a far superior slate with FHD screen and Snapdragon 800 CPU, you’d think the wisest call at this point would be the halting of the Surface project.
Futuremark’s president Oliver Baltuch talks about the challenges of transparency and benchmarking.
Abandoned by virtually every old Tegra 3 partner, including big names of the mobile industry such as Google, Asus, HTC or Sony, Nvidia has only a couple of cards left to play with the new, zippy but pricey and power-demanding Tegra 4 chips.
Uh-oh, Intel is in trouble… again. As if the recent benchmark cheating accusations were not enough to put a dent into the seemingly impressive advancement of the company’s mobile chips, it appears one of Intel’s most notable partners is looking away from Santa Clara.
Manufacturers want their chips to get the best performance possible on benchmarks while ignoring real-world scenarios, a new report alleges.
Tomshardware managed to score a next-generation Intel Core i7-4960X Ivy Bridge-E processor, and obviously put it through their usual battery of tests. Sadly, the results aren’t that impressive.
Well, well, well, what have we here? It’s the second benchmark score of the highly anticipated and much debated Intel Bay Trail platform. You know, the SoC that “squashed ARM-based processors like an insignificant bug” not long ago.
Everybody knows the Galaxy Note 3 is coming and that it will be big, both literally and figuratively. But what if it’s not the only flagship device Samsung has prepared for this fall?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3, undoubtedly the most hotly anticipated phablet for 2013, has been freshly served with two new leaks. While the first claims to be the AnTuTu benchmark score of the new Note, the second is a pair leaked manual schematics that reveal details which were not known till today.
Nvidia’s Tegra 4 chips might have little to no chance of ever achieving the heights of popularity of their predecessors (aka Tegra 3), but that doesn’t mean we can’t get psyched over the handful of devices that will end up using the costly platform.
It’s no longer a secret that Nvidia has lost a very important battle against the likes of Qualcomm, MediaTek or Samsung due mostly to the high cost of the new Tegra 4 platform, but the mobile processing war is not over.
A listing on popular benchmark site GFX Bench allows us to take a look at the final and confirmed specifications for the upcoming HTC One Mini.
Benchmarks confirm that the newly announced HTC Butterfly S 5.0-inch Smartphone by HTC manages to squeeze out more performance than the 2013 flagship HTC One. Does that mean we have a new flagship in our hands?
A new benchmark reveals an unreleased Samsung Galaxy GT-I9600, runs on Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.
Today we have the first ever benchmark score of Intel’s new Bay Trail Atom platform. Tested using the popular AnTuTu benchmarking tool, Bay Trail beats every single ARM performance records and leaves competition far away in the dust.
Less than a week after the launch of the Snapdragon 800 powered Galaxy S4 LTE-A, the new Adreno 330 GPU gets thoroughly tested, passes with flying colors.
Recently benchmarks of Apple’s new Mac Pro were spotted online, similar benchmarks for the company’s unreleased next generation 13 inch MacBook Pro have appeared online as well, hinting at a slight improvement in performance.
As rumors of Snapdragon 800-based devices grow in intensity and number by the day, reports concerning possible gadgets with Nvidia’s Tegra 4 chipset inside seem to be oddly quieting down. Still, the first phone running on Tegra 4 might have been spotted mere hours ago.