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Dual-core ARM Cortex-A15 faster than Intel Atom and quad-core Cortex-A9

by: Gary SimsDecember 3, 2012
When Apple released the iPhone 5 it didn't contain a quad-core CPU as many people had expected, however Apple did claim that the new phone was up to twice as fast as its predecessor. The most likely reason that Apple could make such a claim is that its A6 CPU uses the Cortex-A15 architecture. With the recent release of Google's new Chromebook, which is powered by Samsung's Cortex-A15 based Exynos 5 Dual (Exynos 5250), the benchmarking gurus have now had a chance to really test the new architecture from ARM and the results are amazing.
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AnTuTu Benchmark 3.0.1 available, packs a slick new interface

by: Tanay SoodNovember 26, 2012
While benchmarks don't always provide a realistic impression of day-to-day performance, they still do give an idea of the raw processing power your phone carries. AnTuTu has now become one of the more popular Android benchmarking applications out there, and this update brings it to version 3.0.1.
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Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I9400) appears in NenaMark 2 benchmark, disturbing specs included

by: Chris SmithNovember 26, 2012
As we’re approaching 2013, we’re starting to see more and more rumors detailing next-gen high-end Android devices, with the upcoming Galaxy S4 being one of them. There are plenty of reports that speculate the handset could come either at CES or MWC next year, and then hit stores in the months following its announcement.
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Sony Yuga spotted in another benchmark, rumored spec sheet is now (almost) complete

by: AdrianNovember 6, 2012
Although it is still hard to believe that Sony will unveil the rumored Odin and Yuga super-phones earlier than next year’s CES, the duo continues to be in the spotlight with a seemingly endless string of leaks.
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LG Nexus 4 and Samsung Nexus 10 get benchmark tests done, can now be compared to the competition

by: Joe HindyNovember 3, 2012
With the release of the Nexus 4 and the Nexus 10 only days away, we're receiving more and more information about them. Now, potential customers can check out the benchmark scores and see if the Nexus devices compare to the biggest and brightest devices in the mobile industry.
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Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus spotted in AnTuTu benchmark, to come with dual-core CPU

by: AdrianOctober 10, 2012
It’s definitely not safe to put all your eggs in one basket in today’s tech world, but Samsung’s basket count is getting a bit out of hand. We know that Sammy’s increasing Android popularity is due to the fact that the company has devices for all tastes, needs and budgets, but the already thin lines between low-end, mid-range and high-end are just about becoming invisible.
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HTC One X+ has been spotted in AnTuTu benchmark… or has it?

by: AdrianSeptember 19, 2012
The latest piece of the HTC One X+ puzzle comes via an AnTuTu benchmark which just about confirms we will be dealing with a true powerhouse. Or does it?
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LG Optimus G gets benchmarked, lets us have a first taste of Snapdragon S4 Pro’s performance

by: AdrianSeptember 18, 2012
Has the hype around the Optimus G been artificially built or does LG really have something special to challenge the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2 or HTC One X? While it’s a bit early to fully answer that question, some early benchmark results show the G as very capable of taking on pretty much anyone in terms of raw speed, mostly due to the featuring of a Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU.
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Galaxy Note 2 gets benchmarked, scores better than S3

by: AdrianAugust 30, 2012
We can’t stop talking about the Note 2 and we really hope you’re as excited as we are about it, so we have some new interesting details on the 5.5-incher. This time around we’re dealing with a few benchmarks, which should give us a good idea of how will this big guy’s hardware behave in terms of raw speed.
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Benchmark scores turn up for unknown HTC PM63100 – Is this HTC’s successor to the One X?

by: Gary SimsJuly 13, 2012

New benchmarks have turned up on the GLBenchmark website, showing a phone known as the HTC PM63100. This 1.7Ghz, 1196 x 720, Android 4.0.4 smartphone could be the successor to the HTC One X.

The device, which goes by the codename “Evitareul”, is likely a new iteration of the HTC One XL which has the codenamne “Evita.” The new phone has a 1.7Ghz quad-core Tegra 3 CPU, making it 200Mhz faster than the 1.5GHz CPU used in the One X. The system information captured by GLBenchmark shows the phone running Android 4.0.4 but given that Jelly Bean is now available as source code and that devices like the Nexus 7 are starting to ship with it, then it is [...]

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