by Jaime Rivera | August 17, 2015 11:18 AM
Even though Apple has never been famous for wanting to start a spec race with any competitor, the company did pioneer certain technologies that Android OEMs are still in the process of adopting. 64-bit processors would be a clear example of this, but we still debate how well Apple takes advantage of features like this one in particular. Many of us are curious as to how Apple plans to address this with the iPhone 6s, and today we learn more about it. It seems that an iPhone 6s prototype was recently benchmarked by Geekbench, and even if this is not a final product, it does provide some ...
by Taylor Martin | July 23, 2013 1:55 PM
When a new device is announced or rumored, we obsess over every last specification. And if the device – or purported device – is considered to be a flagship, yet doesn't offer the gold standard in every area (display, CPU, GPU, RAM, storage, connectivity, design, build quality and materials, etc.), we're up in arms. "Why, Samsung? Why?" Any new phone or tablet, once we get our hands on it, goes through the same, rigorous torture. Among all our personal applications and data, we install a set of synthetic benchmark applications – AnTuTu, Quadrant Standard, Geekbench, Smartbench, ...
by Jaime Rivera | September 27, 2012 7:00 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Samsung's recent invite to their Galaxy Note II event launch in New York City this October 24th. Then we talk about Nokia's recent announcement of when the Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 will be available in Europe, which was good, but sadly not accurate. Then we go through the recent rumors of the HTC One X+ for Europe, which brings the same iconic design of the One X with some better specs. We later talk about the recent Geekbench results of the iPhone 5, which are much faster than expected. Then we end today's show with the recent rumors of of ...
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