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It seems that we won't be getting a Samsung Galaxy Fold with Exynos processors, or at least that's what these benchmarks show
As Galaxy Note9 benchmark results are popping up, the phone is being compared to Apple's $1,000-phone, the iPhone X, which outperforms it.
The software version is the standout pin we'd like to focus on as the LG V20 last year was able to lay claim as the first OEM-made Android Nougat phone.
When have you heard of an Android phone topping an iPhone for a benchmark? Rarely, if ever at all. And HTC somehow managed to do it.
The A10X Fusion chipset inside the new iPad Pro models cooks. It destroys the A9X on single-core and multi-core Geekbench tests.
If you can call the HTC U11 the "HTC CBP," you might just think it will take the Snapdragon 835 and run with it. And in fact, that's the case here.
The Snapdragon 835 gets official benchmark runs against Snap 821, 820, Exynos 8890 and Kirin 960 devices. And the numbers look good... for a reference bed.
A MediaTek processor in a future phone from a manufacturer with a history of chipsets from Qualcomm? And just 3GB of RAM? You sure this is an "S?"
The Snapdragon 820 phone has always been a Snapdragon 820 phone. Except for this one time when it was a Snapdragon 835 phone.
We aren't exactly sure it's a Nokia tablet, but it is supposedly related to one of its associated entities for mobile: Foxconn.
BlackBerry may be working on an Android Nougat device in the form factor of its Passport device. Well, at least we have some indication that it exists.
A benchmark of an Android Nougat phone seems to keep to the mid-range tendencies of Sharp as it works on a ton of background tasks.
We already know that this supposed Nokia Android device will run on Nougat with some mid-range hardware. But there are a couple of new specifics here.
For a few months in the spring, we thought this high-end phone would pack a Windows 10 Mobile punch for sure. Now, we're not so sure.
The Chinese benchmarking firm says that this rumored phone will also get 6GB of RAM. Other rumors point to a thin phone and a big battery.
The A10 chipset gets its struts measured as we look forward to what power the iPhone 7 can rein in. That as more chipsets and other components get ordered.
Sony's small smartphone for this year may have been outed, but has it been on the up and up for the first time ever? As in up in the pixel count?
The fabled second take on Xiaomi's phablet spec monster is variably soon. While the wait grows longer or shorter, check out this weird build of Android.
Maybe. We still can't completely rule out the curveball possibility of this benchmark perhaps showing the Marlin Nexus phone. But it's likely the Desire.
There are trade-offs here and there: we stick with a mid-range, power-efficient processor and the camera's resolution drops a bit, according to benchmarks.
So, it's essentially a Galaxy S6 in new clothing, right? This phone has twice been logged with some of the same internals as that ol' flagship.
A benchmark log of the phone doesn't show a significant spec jump from previous releases and a clean version of Android Nougat being run.
It's better than the Snapdragon 616 from the first half of the year. Yes, we said the first half of the year. Xiaomi's Redmi phones go fast.