A video posted online today appears to show the upcoming Galaxy S8 running AnTuTu, a performance benchmarking tool, and the results, if true, peg the device as the fastest on the market.
As Qualcomm gears up to reveal its new Snapdragon 835 chip at CES 2017, which is expected to power both smartphones and PCs, a benchmark has appeared online, putting it firmly up top.
It looks like we have our first real look at the Samsung Galaxy S6, in the form of some concrete specifications. These specifications come courtesy of AnTuTu, which shows us a beefy S6 for 2015.
The long-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has just had some of its specifications leaked on AnTuTu, and in addition to the 3GB RAM and 16MP rear camera, it has an amazing Quad-HD display.
The Onda V989, powered by an eight-core Allwinner A80T chipset, has scored over 48,000 points in AnTuTu which is about a third more than the Galaxy Note 3 and twice as much as the HTC One.
The Tegra K1 benchmarks on AnTuTu are showing themselves to be leaps and bounds ahead of everything else, including the Snapdragon 805
A leaked image seems to suggest that Intel's latest Silvermont Atom processor can easily outperform Qualcomm's quad-core 800 CPU, all while keeping power usage to a minimum.
A week before Samsung launches its Galaxy S III, key specs appear in a benchmarking app, pointing to a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, 12MP camera and impressive performance for the new Android handset.