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.
Tagged: benchmark test
Intel recognizes the growing shift toward mobile devices, and is planning accordingly. In an attempt to get their BayTrail technology noticed, Intel allowed Engadget to benchmark the processor on an Android reference tablet.
Nexus 5 being found at a bar, Google's own video showing off the phone, and more. Well, today we can add one more sighting complete with additional details found from a GFXBench result.
8-core processors, benchmark apps to test performance always come into the discussion. Lately there's been a lot of talk about how they aren't really important to the end user, or how Samsung's allegedly tweaked the GS4 to achieve unrealistic high results and more. Well, a company wants to solve all that.
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.
Samsung GT-i9260, otherwise known as the Samsung Galaxy Premier, surfaced. Today, the Galaxy Premier is showing up once more, but this time it isn't in any leaked press shots. Instead, the GT-i9260 has popped up in GLBenchmark, and we're learning from the listing that it may not be called the Galaxy Premier at all.
Mobile World Congress there is tons of talk regarding Qualcomm's new Snapdragon S4 Krait SoC, and with good reason. Four cores aren't always better than two and many different elements come into play with performance in general, especially on a mobile device. Today we've been given a chance to break down the new Qualcomm (Mobile Development Platform) MDP MSM8960 dual-core 1.5 GHz SoC S4 and are starting with the usual benchmarks.
Mobile World Congress kicking off next week, Texas Instruments has just released an impressive video demo today. With quad-cores getting the spotlight lately Qualcomm and TI have been showing off their latest dual-core platforms and that is exactly what we have today.
first glance at this upcoming and unknown tablet from ASUS being called the Transformer TF300T. While we still don't have many details the slate has leaked again in a NenaMark2 benchmark revealing some specs and information. We now can confirm it will indeed be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor.