Reporting on how several recent Huawei phones have gamed the performance testing systems has led to UL Benchmarks to blacklist those devices.
A mysterious 2018 iPhone X sequel has been benchmarked under the "iPhone11,2" codename, packing a new ARM-based hexa-core processor and 4GB RAM.
That Snapdragon 835 that RED founder Jim Jannard said would be on the Hydrogen One? Yeah, according to this benchmark, it's still there.
Qualcomm and Microsoft sound like they have a blueprint for Windows 10 on ARM well into 2019. One iterative chipset and one big chipset are incoming.
The first Exynos 9810-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 9 benchmark has surfaced online a full two months after the Snapdragon 845 variant also flexed its pre-release Geekbench muscle.
We know exactly how the Samsung Galaxy J4 will look, how much the Galaxy J6 is supposed to cost in India, and how outdated the J7 Aero is going to feel on AT&T.
If the BBF100 is the BlackBerry KEY2, what exactly is the BBE100? Impossible to say, but a more than respectable Snapdragon 660 processor is apparently onboard.
For comparison, that smartphone camera review score matches the original Google Pixel of 2016 and last year's HTC U11, but misses out on a wide-angle camera.
Just like last year's LG G6 inspired a budget-friendly Q6, an LG Q7 is apparently coming soon with midding specs in tow and presumably thin bezels.
We have no idea how TCL might plan to name the recently benchmarked BlackBerry BBG100-1 smartphone, but something along the lines of KEY2 Lite feels like a good guess.
A pre-release Xiaomi Mi 7 prototype curiously packs an outdated Snapdragon 835 processor over at Geekbench, while the Snapdragon 638-powered Xiaomi 'valentino' is completely shrouded in mystery.
The device runs on a MediaTek Helio P60, a mid-range processor with a 12nm fabrication and eight cores. It should do fine on paper. It shouldn't need to cheat.
Samsung continues to expand the popular budget-friendly Galaxy J smartphone family, with the J2 2018 officially unveiled in India, and a J2 Core likely in the pipeline running Android Oreo (Go Edition) software.
High-end Android smartphones with 4GB RAM are still a thing, as proven by a recent LG G7 ThinQ benchmark. But of course, a 6 gig variant could also be in the pipeline.
It may look premium, based on a few previously leaked renders, but the fast-approaching Moto E5 Plus will be decidedly humble on the SoC and memory side.
Maybe the mysterious Samsung SM-G8850 is not a Galaxy S9 variant after all. But with a dual rear-facing camera in tow, up to 6GB RAM and a Snapdragon 660 SoC, what is this thing exactly?
A super-early Huawei Mate 20 prototype may have already been benchmarked at AnTuTu, racking up an earth-shattering 356,000+ points with a 7nm-based Kirin 980 SoC inside.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could be closer than we think, looking pretty much ready for primetime in an early benchmark with 6GB RAM and a Snapdragon 845 SoC.
The Huawei P20 lineup could come to Europe with official Huawei Pay support, 6GB RAM on the Pro version and 512GB storage space inside the Porsche Design flavor. April 15 is the rumored commercial release date for China.
The as-yet-unannounced Asus ZenFone 5 Max is shaping up to be a respectable upper mid-range Android affair, based on a recent Geekbench visit.
The Xiaomi Mi 7 is practically guaranteed to pack a Snapdragon 845 processor and 6GB RAM, with a respectable battery and iPhone X-inspired notch likely also in tow.
The cryptic Xiaomi Berlin smartphone seems like nothing to write home about... apart from packing a mid-range Snapdragon processor that Qualcomm is yet to unveil.
We have a pretty good idea of how the OnePlus 6 will probably look, and unfortunately, the Chinese company's next flagship design might include a notch.