metal frame, 16MP rear-facing camera and even a 4000 mAh battery. And as of today, a GFX Bench filing has been spotted for the SM-G900S, a device that is believed to be the Galaxy S5.
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.
it was everyone. Cheating on benchmarks has become fashionable for OEMs, but AnTuTu may have an answer for them. In releasing their all new Benchmark X, AnTuTu hopes to end the madness while keeping their name and app relevant as an industry standard.
approaching for LG's latest flagship powerhouse smartphone, the LG G2, we've received an international version for some initial testing. That rear button sure is interesting, but we're comfortable with it already after only a few hours of use. While we're still waiting for US release date details, check out a few pictures and benchmark results below.
Acer unveiled their Liquid S1 5.7-inch phablet, and now we're already seeing details and signs that the second-gen S2 is coming soon. The Liquid S2 was outed in a leaked roadmap earlier this month, but today we're getting even more details about this flagship smartphone.
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.
unannounced HP device sporting a codename of Bodhi. That device was spotted in a benchmark filing report and while there were some details revealed, there was one lingering question as to whether this device was a tablet or smartphone. Well, HP has yet to confirm this either way, however an updated benchmark filing now has this same Bodhi device listed with another name.
we learned that NVIDIA could be eying their next target. That being the tablet market with a new Tegra Tab 7 device in some trademark filings, which confirmed a 7-inch Tegra 4 quad-core powered Android tablet. Their first own branded NVIDIA SHIELD is already on the market, and now we're seeing our first benchmark results for the new Tab.