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

by: Joe HindyAugust 17, 2013

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 3 includes 15 new benchmark tests that are designed to model real-world processor [...]
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BDTi upcoming ‘user experience rating’ aims to measure real-world device performance

by: Andrew GrushAugust 16, 2013
Today's mobile benchmarks don't seem to reflect much on real-world use. BDTi hopes to change that with their upcoming 'user experience' rating system. Read on to learn more!
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LG G2 Benchmarks – despite not mattering, are still ridiculously high

by: Darcy LaCouveeAugust 7, 2013

[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 software and the OS itself play a [...]

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Top Android news of the week, August 4, 2013

by: Bogdan PetrovanAugust 4, 2013
This week, we had some good news for owners of bogged down Nexus 7s (2012), Samsung got caught red-handed, MS Office hit Android, the Moto X has landed (finally), and Google has your back if you lose your phone. Let’s kick it!
 

LG G2 shows up in AnTuTu with impressive benchmark score of almost 30,000

by: David GonzalesAugust 1, 2013

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 exact. And that is no small feat.

Given that the current high score on the AnTuTu Benchmark ratings page sits at just a bit over 20,000 points, the LG G2’s performance is certainly going to be hard to beat.

The LG G2 is said to be guaranteed to perform like [...]

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Samsung denies benchmark gaming allegations in vague response [Updated]

by: Bogdan PetrovanJuly 31, 2013
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.
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Samsung caught gaming benchmarks with Galaxy S4

by: Bogdan PetrovanJuly 30, 2013
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.
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Toshiba AT7-A tablet with entry-level specs revealed in online benchmark records

by: David GonzalesJuly 12, 2013
Toshiba is apparently working on a new 7-inch tablet which we'll tentatively call the Toshiba AT7-A, based on results posted on GFXBench online.
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HTC One mini listing shows up on GFXBench web site, confirms long-rumored specs

by: David GonzalesJuly 8, 2013
The rumored HTC One mini recently showed up on the GFXBench benchmark web site, and the listed specs matches what we already know about the phone.
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First battery benchmarks show Snapdragon 800 is a frugal beast

by: Bogdan PetrovanJuly 1, 2013
The new LTE-A version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 was compared to its competitors in a series of battery tests. The results show that the Snapdragon 800 version consumes the same or less power than the Exynos 5 Octa version and other competitors.
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