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Acer may be something of a leaky ship. Just days after we saw the supposed V360 smartphone pose for the camera, a possibly related V350 model has reportedly shown up in GLBenchmark’s results. Despite the lower number in the naming scheme, the device put through testing looks to be the higher-end of the two. It jumps to a 720p screen, a speedier 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor and even a slightly newer Android 4.1.2 build of Jelly Bean. Without a peek at other details, we don’t know what else if anything might be upgraded over the V360, or if this is indeed a real device — benchmarks aren’t definitive proof, after all. If history is an indicator, though, we could get full details of the V350 near Mobile World Congress in February, like with past devices. We just hope Acer is timelier about actually getting to market this time around.
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ASUS has actually been a sturdy force in the tablet game even prior to it set a brand-new price-to-quality standard with Google’s Nexus 7. It looks like the firm could be tightening up the spending plan screw even further, if some recent GLBenchmarks are to be believed. The details are thin, but describe a product with design number ME172V (which follows from its pre-Nexus smaller sized tablet line), that runs Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, sports a 1,024 x 552 (likely 1,024 x 600) resolution powered by a Mali 400 GPU and 1GHz chip. There’s no indicator on the number of cores, or, well, much else for that matter. Numerous rumors are keen to recommend there ‘d be support for microSD, which if real, would make it extremely unlikely to be a Nexus. But a spending plan tablet by the same maker, is most likely enough for lots of people all the exact same.
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Well, Samsung has something up its sleeve, we understand that much. Whether or not we’re examining a new Note remains to be seen, however it’s safe to assume Sammy will certainly update its phablet line as it approaches its first birthday. So it’s no wonder people’s uncertainties were piqued when a mysterious tool made a quick look at GLBenchmark.com with the design number GT-N7100. The original Note was N7000, so certainly several are guessing this unnamed Ice Cream Sandwich gadget is its successor. All the details have actually since been pulled, however PhoneArena managed to snag a screenshot. Whatever it ends up, we understand it’s got a 1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos 4412 processor with Mali-400 graphics– the same you’ll locate inside the Galaxy S III. The one specification that does leave a bit of doubt however is the resolution, which is noted at juts 1280×720, as an alternative of the 1280×800 of the original. In the benchmarks it takes care of to eke out scores somewhat higher than the GSIII, which makes sense thanks to its higher clocked CPU. Now it’s simply time to unwind and play the hanging around game.
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When we say “secret,” we entirely imply it. We do not understand if this is a phone or a tablet, or even if it’s genuine– stranger things have actually happened that created benchmarks. All we can easily state for certain is that a formerly unheard-of gadget called the HTC 6435LVW has actually appeared over at the Community Uploads area of the GLBenchmark internet site, scoring a ludicrous 121 FPS in the Egypt Offscreen 720p test– that’s even more than two times the score of the HTC One X (LTE), and 20 percent higher than the existing performance supremo, the Galaxy S III. However that’s not all, because the benchmark listing also tosses up some specifications: strikingly a 1794 x 1080 resolution (could that suggest a brand-new HTC tablet with onscreen buttons?) and a Qualcomm MSM8960 processor chip (could it be the Pro model?). There are too many questions to mull over, however right here’s one final information: the Android ICS model is described as a Verizon develop, so if this thing is legit possibly that’s where it’s headed.
When we say “mystery,” we entirely mean it. We do not know if this is a phone or a tablet, or even if it’s genuine– stranger things have actually happened that concocted benchmarks. All we can easily say for sure is that a recently unheard-of tool called the HTC 6435LVW has appeared over at the Community Uploads part of the GLBenchmark site, scoring a ludicrous 121 FPS in the Egypt Offscreen 720p examination– that’s greater than two times the score of the HTC One X (LTE), and 20 percent higher than the current performance supremo, the Galaxy S III. However that’s not all, because the benchmark listing even throws up some specifications: notably a 1794 x 1080 resolution (could that mean a brand-new HTC tablet with onscreen buttons?) and a Qualcomm MSM8960 processor (could it be the Pro model?). There are a lot of questions to ponder, but right here’s one final information: the Android ICS variation is explained as a Verizon build, so if this thing is legit perhaps that’s where it’s headed.
Futuremark, one of the preeminent benchmark service providers out there, is gearing up to let loose a brand-new version of its 3DMark games exam. The brand-new suite will certainly hammer GPUs with a DirectX 11-based scene made to push a system to its restrictions. Now, benchmarks are hardly the sort of thing that people get thrilled for … normally. However Futuremark still sees a requirement to drum up interest for its Windows-only program in a yard increasingly concentrated on mobile games and power-sipping GPUs. Thus the trailer (which you’ll locate after the break) that flaunts simply exactly what 3DMark will demand of your following games outfit. Its visuals aren’t quite as jaw-dropping as Epic’s Unreal Engine 4 demo, or as over-dramatic as the Samaritan demo NVIDIA has been running for the last few years. However, it’s still an outstanding display of dynamic illumination techniques, fragment effects and fluid vibrant simulation. In particular the subtlety of the smoke is eye catching. For more information hit up the PR after the break.
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Rumors of the Sony ST26i smartphone have been swirling for a while now, but up until recently, we’ve had nothing to sink our teeth into. Thankfully, we’ve now come across an OpenGL benchmark test and system profile for the yet-to-be-announced handset, and while this one seems destined for emerging markets and budget-minded consumers, the ST26i will come with just enough niceties to hold its head high. First and foremost, the system profile reveals Ice Cream Sandwich on the handset, and even better, it’ll include a 4-inch, 854 x 480 display — none of that HVGA crap here. To keep costs low, sacrifices had to be made: the phone will include a Qualcomm MSM7627A SoC, which includes a pedestrian 800MHz CPU and an Adreno 200 GPU. Curiously, the ST26i was previously rumored to contain an ST-Ericsson U8500 chip with a dual-core 1GHz CPU, which leaves open the possibility that we may see different configurations based on markets. Still, if Sony is able to exercise some restraint with its custom skin, the ST26i could shape up to be a very nice handset.
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Intel puts Ivy Bridge on the map: first 22nm product, decent official benchmarks, quad-cores from $174
We hear that pilgrims have already started flocking to the town of Ivybridge (population 12,056) in the forested depths of southwest England. Very soon though, you’ll be able to pay homage to Moore’s Law without travelling further than your favorite online retailer, because the third generation of Intel Core processors has just launched and should be available to buy before the end of this month. These include eight different variants of Core i7 for desktops and notebooks (including Ultrabooks of course), plus five types of Core i5 destined for desktops only. Those watching out for cheaper dual-core i5, i3 and Pentium-branded options will have to wait a little longer, because today’s launch is all about the high-end. And just how high is ‘high’? Judging from the gossip we’ve heard, and from benchmarks of leaked desktop and notebook chips, we’re looking a significant improvement over Sandy Bridge. But if you want the first official boasts, then read on.
When we first laid our hands on LG’s Optimus 4X at Mobile World Congress, we were left with mixed impressions, which was due in part to its pre-release software. While the phone tore through web pages and pinch-to-zoom actions with 1080p video, it struggled to keep pace with LG’s own custom UI — an unfortunate echo of our experience with the Optimus 2X. Now, LG’s latest superphone has been put through the rigors of a few popular benchmark tests, which confirm there’s plenty of quad-core, Tegra 3 potential inside this beast. While the Optimus 4X HD was easily surpassed by the One X in Quadrant tests, it actually bested HTC’s premiere handset in the similar AnTuTu benchmark. Keep in mind, these aren’t final scores, as we’ll perform our own tests with a retail unit, but if you’d like to see how everything unfolded, just hop the break.