Tag Archives: Benchmark

LG Optimus G2 Spotted With Snapdragon 800 Processor, Headed To T-Mobile?

Benchmark filings for handsets are something we’ve long since gotten used to seeing for phones that are expected and/or phones that are rumored. Which is why we’re somewhat surprised, albeit delighted to see a benchmark filing for a device we didn’t expect. The LG D801 is a mystery device and about all we can tell from the filing is that it has a Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974) processor and a resolution of 1794 x 1080. … [read full article]

Nexus 4 Battery Life Tested, Early Results Show Less Than Impressive Results

Google went on the record with The Verge last week and mentioned two reasons why LTE was left out of the Nexus 4: the first reason was building a carrier independent device couldn’t be achieved with LTE and the second reason power draw. There’s little argument that LTE does in fact use more power than HSPA+ or 3G, however LG did include LTE in the Optimus G design, which is the basis … [read full article]

(Updated)Some More “In The Wild” Fun With The Galaxy S Relay 4G, Benchmark Scores And All

Update: After emailing T-Mobile, we’ve been told the off contract price is $499.99. After getting a quick look at the Galaxy S Relay 4G yesterday, we’ve been handed some more images of the device hanging around in the wild, including a benchmark shot and a look at the smartphone cuddling up next to its Galaxy S III sibling. What’s most noticeable and with the understanding that some of you place far … [read full article]

HTC One X+ Makes Appearance On NenaMark, Shows Off Quad-Core Processor

Oh hai there NenaMark2 benchmark with the HTC One X+, better known as the PM63100. Still curious about the differences between the One X and One X+? Good, because the the NenaMark2 benchmark shows the differences between the current model HTC One X and One X+ will live in the 1.7GHz processor and Android 4.1.1 software. The handset is currently running under the codename HTC Evitaire and is said to be on its way … [read full article]

Upcoming Huawei myTouch Smartphone Gets Benchmarked On Camera

Having already seen the upcoming Huawei myTouch in the wild, we’re ready to discover more about the future Huawei myTouch line on T-Mobile. One of the first things we always try to discover are the relevant benchmark scores since we’re always concerned about performance. While we’re looking at a less-than-impressive 1994 score by todays standards, we’re told that the device runs very smooth with no visible lag in general use. As … [read full article]

HTC Ville NenaMark2 Benchmark Results Show Impressive Numbers

While yesterdays attention shifted to the Galaxy S Blaze 4G as T-Mobile announced pricing and date with a midnight press release, todays attention shifts back to the upcoming HTC Ville. Thanks to a link to the Ville’s NenaMark2 benchmark results, we’re looking at a very impressive 60.60fps. Yeah, this phone will be awesome. I’m not very fluent with these scores so I’ll rely on our readers to tell me just how … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S II Gets Benchmarked…Again

For many of you future Samsung Galaxy S II buyers there were (and to some extent still are) plenty of concerns expressed over the changed processor for the T-Mobile version against the AT&T and Sprint versions. Yesterday when we released the first videos and images of T-Mobile Galaxy S II variants in the wild Galaxy S II getting benchmarked there were plenty screams of joy but also  some doubts. The benchmark numbers were drastically … [read full article]

GLBenchmarks Show G2 to Be Just as Fast as Droid X, Samsung Galaxy S

Like many of you, I was surprised to find out that the G2′s processor would be clocked at a mere 800MhZ.  Despite this,  the G2′s graphics should run just as fast as the Droid X, and even the Samsung Galaxy S (see image above, the G2 is only behind the Droid X and Slide).  This just goes to show that what the processor is clocked at isn’t everything, performance is! And yes, that … [read full article]