Samsung's supposed cheating in benchmark tests, graphics benchmarking experts Futuremark has decided to look deeper into its own charts and apply sanctions if any misdeed is found. However, Samsung wasn't alone in the verdict, as some of HTC's recent devices have also been found to have broken a few rules.
some images and also some specs surface online. As of today, we are seeing a bit more on the specs. The details are coming by way of AnTuTu, which means we are also getting a look at what is said to be a benchmark for the handset.
ZTE officially unveiled the nubia Z5S and Z5S mini at an event earlier in the month. ZTE offered details on the specs and pricing at the time and while we had a good idea of how the phones would perform based on the hardware, some still prefer to see the benchmarks so they can better compare to other devices. In this case, it looks like benchmarks for the nubia Z5S mini have recently surfaced.
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.
HP has had a less than stellar history with Android in the past, but it seems to be quite intent on making up for that. If these latest sightings become reality, then we might be seeing two new Android devices from the PC maker, one of which might just be HP's first Android smartphone.
Apple debuted its newest iPhone generation, fingerprint scanners have become one of the latest fad in smartphones, with HTC already jumping in with its HTC One Max and Samsung rumored to be slapping it on its next flagship. It seems that Motorola will not be left behind and will sport a similar hardware feature in its coming Motorola XT1032 smartphone, codenamed "Falcon".
Recent leaks indicate that Asus is preparing a Padfone mini, which will bring the phone/tablet combo to a new market. Both the phone and tablet are said to be scaling down considerably, which could be good news, or a bit of a failure.
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.
Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 800, the ARM chip manufacturer is now reportedly already working on its next generation Snapdragon chip.
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.