Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 spotted in benchmark listing with Snapdragon 835 CPU

A sequel to Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S3 is already in the works and we might not have to wait too long to see it in stores. Our first report about the Galaxy Tab S4 dates from February, but it was only early this month that we’ve got confirmation that the tablet is real and it’s likely to be unveiled very soon.

Today, we’ve discovered another piece of the puzzle in the form of a benchmark listing that reveals some of the Galaxy Tab S4’s hardware. First off, the slate is listed with model number SM-T835, but since Samsung will launch at least two variants (Wi-Fi only, LTE), we’ll probably find …


New Galaxy Note 9 benchmark test surfaces: US version of the phone likely has 6 GB of RAM

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 9 will probably not be announced before August, but the company is – unsurprisingly – already testing the phone. Just a couple of days ago, a Snapdragon-based Note 9 was benchmarked on Geekbench, so we now have a new pseudo-proof that the handset exists (most likely, no one was doubting that anyway).
The new Galaxy Note phone that’s been benchmarked has the model number SM-N960U. This is almost certainly a US-bound Note 9, as it succeeds the SM-N950U – one of the official US variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (pictured above). The …

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with Exynos 9815, 8GB of RAM tallies high benchmark scores (UPDATE: It's a Fake)

At the end of March, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 apparently was run through Geekbench. Sporting the Snapdragon 845 mobile platform, this is the model that will be found in the U.S. and in China. The test produced a single-core score of 2190 and a multi-core score of 8806. Today, the European version of the Galaxy Note 9, powered by the Exynos 9815 chipset, appeared on Geekbench and produced impressive results. The single-core score hit 5162, and the multi-core score reached 10,704.

UPDATE: There are some caveats. We couldn’t find this result on Geekbench’s website, and as some have pointed …

First LG G7 benchmark leaks some underwhelming specs

The LG G7 ThinQ has already been certified in Korea under the codename LGE GM-710, and that internal number has popped up in the cross-platform Geekbench database, carrying some revelations that confirm the specs rumors.

First off, the phone is indeed going to be powered by Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 845 chipset, which means up to 2.8 GHz clock speeds, up to 1.2 Gbps LTE Cat. 18 download speeds, and 4K video recording at 60fps are all supported. 
The system has clocked pretty high single- and multi-core scores that are in line with …

Moto G6 Plus benchmark listing reveals Snapdragon 660 and more

A new Geekbench listing has revealed a number specs in regards to the upcoming Moto G6 Plus. Motorola has already confirmed that it will be unveiling its new Moto G6 lineup next week in Brazil, but this has not stopped the leaks from coming, with the Moto G6 Plus being the latest device to be spotted on benchmarks.

Until today, it was previously thought that Motorola’s G6 Plus would utilize Qualcomm’s slightly less powerful Snapdragon 630 chipset, due to the fact that last year’s G5 Plus and G5S Plus used the Snapdragon 625 processor. Thanks to a new Geekbench listing, however, it appears …

Specs for Motorola's next budget champ, the E5 Plus, leak in benchmark

Leave it to the pioneers from Motorola to offer great affordable handsets that can be hooked up to any carrier out of the box. The sub-$150 Moto E4, for instance, can be brought to Verizon as a BYOD gear, or any other carrier thereof, and work out of the box, all the while it offers you daily smartphone-ing with a good chance that it will be enough to cover most of your needs. 
Of course, there are compromises, namely the camera, but Motorola is seemingly prepping to address them by… unveiling the next-gen E5 Plus, which already leaked …

Stale lawsuit accuses Samsung of benchmark cheating, says it 'rigged the deck'

Imagine what life was like in the times of the Galaxy S4. Samsung was the gift that kept on giving when it came to specs, if not design, and its mobile division was the poster child of its operating profit reports. At the time, however, Samsung may have been involved in one fairly common, though not necessarily moral activity – tailoring its phone’s chipset performance to be at their peak when running certain benchmarks we as reviewers, and the public at large, is usually running to determine if this or that handset is faster.

The opposite of this move is throttling the performance …

Samsung Galaxy S9 mini surfaces in benchmark test with SD-660, 4GB of RAM and Android Oreo?

The last “mini” handset launched by Samsung was the Galaxy S5 mini, which was released in 2014. Now, it appears as though Samsung is going to bring back a mini version of its latest flagship phone. That is, if a Geekbench listing is legitimate. According to the benchmark test, the Galaxy S9 mini has a model number of SM-G8750, and will feature the Snapdragon 660 mobile platform under the hood. The chipset carries an octa-core CPU and the Adreno 512 GPU.

Remember when only flagship models were equipped with 4GB of RAM? The Geekbench test reveals that the Galaxy S9 mini will come with 4GB …

More information about the unannounced Asus ZenFone 5 Max appears in benchmark

Asus has already announced three new smartphones last month at MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2018, but the ZenFone 5 Max, one of the devices leaked back in January, was not among them.

The ZenFone 5, 5z and 5 Lite are the new smartphones introduced by Asus this year, but more devices are likely to be added to the ZenFone family very soon. New information about the ZenFone5 Max suggests this is a mid-range handset rather than a top-tier one.

After making the rounds of Wi-Fi Alliance where it received its certification, the ZenFone 5 Max was recently spotted at Geekbench. Apparently, …

OnePlus 6 tops benchmark chart, iPhone X-like notch highly likely

Last week, we saw a couple of photos that allegedly showed a OnePlus 6 prototype, revealing an iPhone X-like notch on the front, and a glossy back panel. Now, newly leaked details seem to be confirming the existence of a notch on OnePlus’ upcoming flagship smartphone.
Android Central has obtained a couple of screenshots reportedly showing AnTuTu benchmark results from the OnePlus 6 (model number OnePlus A6000). The handset’s overall score, 276,510, is the highest ever recorded on this particular benchmarking program. The score is slightly higher than the one recently …