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Samsung devices have been benchmarked. This latest GLBenchmark discovery includes five additional Samsung devices, including one that is also a 9150. Though, just to clarify, this latest is the GT-I9150 (and GT-I9152) as opposed to the GT-B9150.
Samsung. Interestingly enough, we're having a little deja-vu as the same model number (GT-B9150) leaked last year as the rumored Samsung Galaxy Q slider. Today however it seems to have received an upgrade to the new Samsung Exynos 5 dual-core processor and more. Lets take a peek shall we?
Samsung will officially unveil the tablet during Mobile World Congress. These benchmarks are shown as being for the GT-P3200, which is codenamed Santos. Of course, as we have seen in previous leaks, the P3200 is only one of a few possible Galaxy Tab 3 tablet variants.
a new Vertu phone is in the works. The rumor essentially said that two major things will be changing with this latest Vertu phone. First, the Vertu brand will drop Symbian in favor of Android, and second, this latest Vertu phone will be far less expensive that previous iterations (though it's still going to cost an arm and a leg). Fast forward to now, and we're hearing new details about the device.
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.
GLBenchmark database has offered up some details for a yet to be announced Samsung smartphone. The device is the Samsung SCH-I425 and it is expected to be heading towards Verizon Wireless. And as the I425 name would imply, this looks like it could be another Stratosphere.
1080p HD displays and beyond. HTC has their DROID DNA, and now a new phone by LG has been spotted sporting similar specifications. Read on below for more details on this upcoming quad-core powerhouse from LG for AT&T.
Huawei has been making great progress as of late with their Android offerings. The folks from Huawei have been releasing impressive phones with their own in-house quad-core processors, large batteries, and trying to "get it right" according to them. While they still aren't there yet, a new smartphone leaked from a GLBenchmark shows some promise.