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Qualcomm talks mobile benchmarks, user experience, and AR

Qualcomm talks mobile benchmarks, user experience, and AR

Getting started here with Qualcomm we've jumped right into benchmarks. Something that has increasingly been playing a large role in smartphones as a whole, and consumers purchase decisions. Overall when it comes down to it benchmarks should not only test graphics or CPU, but the overall user experience on mobile computing devices.

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Galaxy S III Exynos quad-core benchmarked

Galaxy S III Exynos quad-core benchmarked

The Samsung Galaxy S III has officially been revealed with a Samsung Exynos quad-core processor inside, a new chipset that's expected to blow benchmark tests away. There's a release date of May the 29th, so that means we're close enough to final software to take some benchmark numbers right out of the display models, so that's certainly what we did right here! Have a peek at the most famous of all benchmark tests for Android in Quadrant and find yourself wanting for the next big quad-core powerhouse!

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Galaxy S III specs appear in benchmark app

Galaxy S III specs appear in benchmark app

Samsung is having a veritable leak festival this week as far as their Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone goes, today's latest being right up front and center in the benchmarking app AnTuTu. This app synthetically tests several elements in the device you run it on including graphics and CPU processing power. What you'll find here is not only details and specifications in the device, but that it appears very much to be the new king of the pack as far as this particular test goes.

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Galaxy S III benchmark leak tips new graphics king

Galaxy S III benchmark leak tips new graphics king

Graphics benchmarks purportedly showing the Samsung Galaxy S III's pixel-crunching abilities have leaked, suggesting the new smartphone could easily take the top spot among Android phones and even oust Apple's iPhone 4S. Stats showing the Galaxy S III's supposed ARM Mali-400 GPU - running at an overclocked 400MHz - showed up just long enough at GLBenchmark for phoneArena to grab a screenshot and marvel at the GT-I9300's prowess.

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Samsung Galaxy S III non-Pentile 720p AMOLED tipped

Samsung Galaxy S III non-Pentile 720p AMOLED tipped

More mystery and intrigue around the hotly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III, as Korean news reports tip not only a 4.65-inch 720p display like the Galaxy Nexus, but a move away from the much-maligned pentile panel technology. According to DDaily, the upcoming Galaxy S III will use a Super AMOLED Plus display running at 1280 x 720 for 316ppi density - only a little short of the iPhone 4S' Retina Display - but not using the reduced pixel count that pentile forces. The rumors tally with talk that another recently rumored device, the GT-i9300, is indeed a midrange model not the Galaxy S III.

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HTC One S benchmarks leak

HTC One S benchmarks leak

The HTC One S (aka the HTC Ville) isn't expected to make its official debut until Mobile World Congress next week, according to the leaks, but some benchmarking results for the dualcore smartphone have already emerged. The NenaMark2 testing, which confirms the rumored 1.5GHz dualcore, qHD display and Adreno 225 graphics chip, delivers a 60.60fps score, impressive considering this is undoubtedly running non-final software.

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LG X3 Tegra 3 benchmarks leak

LG X3 Tegra 3 benchmarks leak

Earlier this month we talked about specifications for a new LG smartphone expected to show up for the first time at MWC. The smartphone is called the LG X3 and is known internally as the P880. The main feature is the Nvidia Tegra 3 chip under the hood. Today, benchmarks have surfaced that give an idea of how well the smartphone will perform against other devices already on the market.

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OCZ Octane SSD reviews round-up

OCZ Octane SSD reviews round-up

This week we're seeing the fabulously powerful and relatively inexpensive OCZ Octane 1TB 2.5-inch SSD hit the review block, and what we're seeing here is that the manufacturers have backed up their claims in more ways than one. Price per gigabyte on this device is lower than the competition while the strength its displaying in this first round of hands-on looks is showing it to be more than a contender in the benchmark department. Could this be your next solid state drive, dare we ask?

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Galaxy Nexus benchmarks show device to be near Galaxy S II

Galaxy Nexus benchmarks show device to be near Galaxy S II

This week and throughout the next we'll be continuing to explore the many facets of the Galaxy Nexus both inside and out, this newest post showing off the power of the device running this vanilla version of Ice Cream Sandwich with some benchmark tests. You'll see CF-Bench, Linpack, Quadrant Advanced, and SunSpider (web browser test). Each of the tests run in their own app from the market while SunSpider runs in the native WebKit web browser that comes with the device. Will this newest Samsung device outdo the Galaxy S II, or will it prove to be less of a powerhouse than Samsung's hottest selling space-themed handset?

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