An alleged AnTuTu benchmark score for the NVIDIA Tegra Tab 7 has been spotted, although it can’t be confirmed at this time.
[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 &...
If you still don’t know just how excited you should be over the fact that the LG G2 is now on its way, we’re here to show you a little something that should put some things into perspective.... You see, the LG G2 — under the codename LG-D802 — recently showed up on AnTuTu Benchmark with a very impressive benchmark score of nearly 30,000 points. It clocked in at 29,909 points, to be ex...
After Samsung was accused yesterday of gaming benchmarks in order to obtain better scores for the Galaxy S4, the Korean company issued a vague response that fails to provide a credible explanation.
Direct observations and code found in the firmware of the Galaxy S4 suggest that the phone’s GPU is only set to run at maximum clock speeds during benchmarking.
A new Antutu benchmark for MediaTek’s upcoming octo-core MT6592 processor places it in direct competition with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 800 chip.
Samsung’s at it again. Antutu benchmarks suggest the GT-I9506 is a refreshed international Galaxy S4 with a Snapdragon 800 CPU and support for LTE-A.
Awhile back everyone was impressed when Intel’s Atom processors beating ARM SoC in benchmarks. As it turns out, these may have been erroneous results.
A first AnTuTu benchmark for the Samsung ATIV Q is apparently available, showing a score of 54,861 for the Android tablet. Read on for more details!
The Snapdragon 800 powered Xperia ZU has posted an impressive Antutu benchmark result of 32173, easily surpassing the current crop of top of the line handsets.