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Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom – more specs revealed through Antutu benchmark

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by 3 months ago
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Last year, Samsung launched a unique device that could best be described as half Galaxy S4 and half camera. It even looked like the two were physically spliced together, resulting in an Android powered camera called the Galaxy S4 Zoom. This year, along with the rebooted flagship phone that is the Galaxy S5, Samsung is launching an updated camera as well, sticking to their guns, it will be named the Galaxy S5 Zoom.

How GameBench makes its uncheatable benchmark

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by 7 months ago
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Android Authority has spoken with GameBench to find out how it intends to create an uncheatable benchmark that measures “real world performance.” The company has also released its first scores, some of which are very surprising!

HTC M8 specs leaked in AnTuTu benchmarks

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by 8 months ago
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The HTC M8 recently appeared in the AnTuTu benchmarking database, detailing the specs of what’s likely a prototype version of the new phone. The specs detail a phone that’s very similar to the current HTC One (which carried the code-name HTC M7), but with an upgraded processor. Read on for more!

Geekbench 3 is now live in the Play Store, measures real world performance

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by 11 months ago
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If you’ve been looking for a new way to benchmark your device, then Primate Labs Inc has just launched an app for you. It’s called Geekbench 3 and its claim to fame is it tests your device based on real world performance as opposed to just graphics performance. So there are still apps like AnTuTu and Quadrant Standard for graphics, but now there is another for actual, real world performance benchmarks. Geekbench 3 boasts a lot of features that tests your devices in a way that they aren’t usually tested. Here are a few according to their official website. Geekbench…

LG G2 Benchmarks – despite not mattering, are still ridiculously high

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by 11 months ago
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[Update regarding our benchmarks score: the initial results from our Sony Xperia were too high. After we did the benchmark 10 more times, it averaged out to around 29495.] For the pure hardware evangelists amongst us, benchmarks matter. For those among you that got hooked on the great GHz race between AMD and Intel in the nineties and early 2000′s will know that numbers matter – to some. When it comes down to real world performance, we’ve seen devices with substantially less ‘power’ under the hood still offer the user a butter smooth, polished and pleasurable Android experience. This is because…