The first Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A benchmark has just shown up, courtesy of AnTuTu. Is the phone all it’s put out to be? Come in and find out!
Two versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have shown up on the AnTuTu benchmark database, one featuring an Exynos 5433 SoC and the other packing a Snapdragon 805.
AnandTech’s Anand Lal Shimpi ran a suite of benchmarks on a Mobile Development Platform tablet provided by Qualcomm to see exactly what kind of performance the Snapdragon 805 brings to the game. His conclusions? It’s mostly about the next-gen graphics.
Last month Apple announced that it had extended its license agreement with Imagination Technologies allowing it to use the PowerVR GPUs. Without a doubt Apple is Imagination’s biggest mobile customer, however other chip makers like Samsung, MediaTek, AllWinner also use the same GPUs. What is it that makes these GPUs so popular, especially with Apple?
Recently Samsung and other Android manufacturers started to artificially boost their numbers in benchmark apps, but it appears that practice is starting to come to an end with Samsung’s KitKat update. Read on for more!
The first collection of benchmarks for Nvidia’s new Tegra K1 SoC have appeared, but can the chip live up to the reputation of its Kepler GPU?
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!
The SM-G900S seems to match the description of Samsung’s upcoming superphone, with a 2K display, a Qualcomm 2.5GHz processor, and Android 4.4 on board.
Futuremark, maker of the 3DMark cross-platform benchmarking app, announced it removed from its scoreboard several Samsung and HTC devices “suspected of breaking [its] rules.”
British startup Gamebench wants to change benchmarking with a different kind of test, that’s supposed to be impervious to manipulation and better at measuring the often invoked “real world performance”.