Samsung Galaxy S4 tops AnTuTu 2013 semi-annual report

AnTuTu, makers of the popular Android benchmarking utility. has just released its report summarizing data that it has collected for the first half of this year, from January to June 2013. They have grouped the results of their data analysis into two broad categories: hardware performance of smartphones on a global scale and popularity in select Asian markets.

Lenovo X910 with Snapdragon 800 quad-core leaks in benchmark results

Lenovo has some pretty impressive smartphones, most notably the 5-5inch Intel-powered K900 smartphone, but today we're seeing a newly leaked benchmark for something completely different. While we've been waiting for the multinational Chinese technology company to launch phones in the US, they've been busy dropping them elsewhere. Although the K900 was impressive, we're excited to hear more details about this new X910 that leaked today.

Samsung Galaxy S IV reportedly pops up in AnTuTu database

Well, what do we have here? New benchmark results for a pair of Samsung devices have appeared in AnTuTu's database, and quite a few folks are thinking that both are variants of the highly-anticipated Galaxy S IV. After the success of the Galaxy S III, it isn't exactly a secret that Samsung is plotting another flagship release this year, but so far, we haven't heard anything official from the company.

AnTuTu Benchmark v3.0 released with new UI, DNA support and more

We have good news for all those overclocking fans, speed freaks, and benchmark junkies. The popular benchmarking and performance test tool for Android AnTuTu Benchmark has just received a massive update to v3.0 that brings an entire new experience. They've added support for tons of popular devices, improved the user interface, and added more testing options and even a compare tool.

ASUS Transformer Prime vs Transformer Pad TF300: benchmark battle

The Eee Pad Transformer Prime reigns supreme at the top of ASUS' tablet portfolio, but the newcommmer Transformer Pad TF300 has a lot to prove. This cheaper alternative to the flagship also has an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, a gigabyte of RAM and it's running Ice Cream Sandwich. The Transformer Prime is the better of the two tablets (unless you want GPS signals without a dongle) but is it $120 better? If you're a performance junkie, you're about to find out. Note that all tests were made on a Transformer Prime and Transformer Pad TF300 running unmodified Android 4.0.3.

Galaxy S III beats all comers in AnTuTu benchmark

With the Samsung "next Galaxy" event fast approaching, news of the impending Galaxy S III is coming in from all over. The latest and certainly most interesting tidbit comes from the AnTuTu benchmark app, which keeps a database of the fastest devices that have used their app and servers. Lo and behold, the Galaxy S III showed up in the results today, smoking every other Android device yet tested. Yup, even the reigning king of processor performance, the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime.
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