HTC One leaks, the details surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S IV seem to be coming at a rapid pace. Just recently we saw details about how Samsung is preparing to sell more than 100 million units once the Galaxy S IV is released. One of the ways they are likely to accomplish that will be with widespread carrier availability.
cross-platform mobile benchmark application for Android and iOS.
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 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.
7-inch Galaxy Note coming from Samsung. In fact, earlier this month we saw some NenaMark 2 results for the GT-N5100, the device believed to be the Note 7. And well, flashing back to the present day and it looks like we now have another set of benchmarks for the GT-N5100.
Samsung Galaxy S IV rumors as we barrel toward 2013, and today we've got another one to toss on the pile. Sam Mobile has uncovered NenaMark 2 benchmark results for the Samsung GT-I9400, which is believed to be the next generation Galaxy S handset. That's certainly exciting, but the problem is that the results show some very disappointing specs for a flagship phone releasing in 2013.
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.
Acer tablet is going to hit the market. The leak comes from Glbenchmark, and it seems to confirm the existence of the Acer Iconia Tab A220. Glbenchmark has shown a real knack for finding devices before the manufactures are ready to announce them, so when we see a new device come up with that name attached, we tend to get pretty excited at the possibilities.
Nexus 7 for example. It rocks the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor and packs plenty of power. Thanks to a few of our favorite developers and kernel builders we now have it overclocked to nearly 1.7 GHz, and destroying everything on the market in terms of benchmarks. More details to get started yourself below.
Samsung could we? Now that Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy S III with its quad-core Exynos 1.4 GHz processor we decided to run a quick benchmark just for comparison sakes. Once we get our paws on it longer we'll have some in depth results but for now check out the results below.