HTC’s next-gen flagship device, supposedly codenamed M8, has been fully detailed following its first benchmarking visit at AnTuTu and seems to carry a bittersweet spec sheet.
An enigmatic HTC gadget chaotically codenamed 0P6B120 and rumored to be One’s follow-up has allegedly been benchmarked through AnTuTu, scoring well over 36,000 points and thus edging every Android phone out and about in raw performance.
There are only two days left until Motorola will make its spanking new Moto G official and the low-cost version of the Moto X is pretty much an open book following previous spills of information and two fresh tidbits.
It may not be the most anticipated tablet release of the fall (that honor goes to Google’s Nexus 10 2013 hands down), but Samsung’s Galaxy Note 12.2 is rounding up some decent buzz, following a photo leak back in September, subsequent Bluetooth SIG approval and now another.
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.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Samsung is falsifying benchmarks scores on the Galaxy Note 3. A survey by AnandTech found that almost all major manufacturers are rigging their benchmark scores one way or another.
Leaks confirm that the One Max uses the Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064T 1.7GHz processor, not the Snapdragon 800 as previously rumored.
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.
AnTuTu score for a device likely to be new Samsung phablet found in database, device’s score of 22,361 beats Galaxy S4’s 21,089.
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?
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.
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.
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.
Though we’re yet to see a single phone packing Snapdragon 800 heat become official, several such gadgets have been benchmarked of late, previewing what could turn out to be an avalanche of unveilings. The latest “beast” to join the party is a mysterious Sony Xperia handheld.
It’s amazing just how fast a rumor can get from doubtful to nearly certain. Case in point, the Snapdragon 800-powered flavor of the Samsung Galaxy S4, one that might as well be announced already since we all know it’s coming.
Benchmark tests confirm that the latest MacBook Airs are able to achieve SSD read/write speeds exceeding 700 MB/s, which is smoking fast. Tests on Apple’s new new MacBook Airs, performed by French site MacBidouille, reveal that Apple is using the same PCIe based SSDs in these notebooks that they have announced for the upcoming Mac