The Chinese tech company pushed supercharging smartphone batteries to the limits. Now, it's time to speed up the silicon through its own means.
Reporting on how several recent Huawei phones have gamed the performance testing systems has led to UL Benchmarks to blacklist those devices.
This is a simple trick to speed up Android that doesn't require root or tinkering and tampering deep within the settings.
The iPhone throttling scandal is far from over, as Apple still needs to answer questions from the US Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Android app security and performance will be a big focus for Google over the next couple of years, as proven by recently announced Play Store policy revisions.
Apple has quickly reacted to iPhone slowdown accusations, admitting it intentionally put a cap on the 6, 6s, SE and 7 performance to "prolong their life."
If you're on Sprint, US Cellular or Verizon, your iPhone X should theoretically perform better than ones on AT&T or T-Mobile.
At least, on benchmarks, anyways. But the data shows that performance on the iPhone 5s stays relatively consistent between multiple iOS versions.
On base spec, the Snapdragon 630 and Snapdragon 660 run near-identical to each other. Thing is, the ZenFone 4 was only initially tagged with one.
The A10X Fusion chipset inside the new iPad Pro models cooks. It destroys the A9X on single-core and multi-core Geekbench tests.
And it was indeed a pretty choppy experience just dealing with the home screen on the Nexus 5X with the Android O beta loaded in.
The first major phone from Huawei with 6GB of RAM was the Mate 9, introduced only as a response to the market. But is 8GB just too excessive?
In fact, three in just as many weeks with most recent one happening during a busy weekend night and in the midst of impact from Hurricane Matthew.
The OnePlus 3 once again was pitted against the Galaxy S7 edge to see how it handles keeping apps in memory with a key tweak made.
Smartphones are made up of a whole bunch of pieces put together like the best Tetris game ever. Sometimes an OEM will cut a corner or two to drive down costs, or make a design element more feasible. Often, that results in a phone that is less-than-perfect in one or more area. But which area? That’s the great question.
Since we’re all – reader and editor alike – firmly embedded in mobile, we’re probably a good crowd to ask. The answer is quite subjective, but who better to poll than us? So I [...]