Samsung cheating on benchmark tests quickly morphed into just about everyone spiking their results, making us wonder if we were in the Android steroid era. While benchmarks are meant to provide a barometer of what can be expected from your device, they simply can’t be trusted.
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AnTuTu's top 10 list might help make that just a tad easier.
spotted in benchmark testing, and may not be what some had hoped for. The mid-range score hints at a very capable device, but also could mean some lower-end specs than Android fans were hoping for.
Google Nexus 5 smartphone in October. In the meantime, we'll content ourselves with bits and pieces of information and dwell on the device's potential awesomeness, which seems to be the case indeed as shown in this latest benchmark revelation.
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.