The Nokia 2 just got its specifications leaked via an AnTuTu benchmark listing and the entry-level smartphone also might be the cheapest device to be output by the Finnish company.
HTC is finally introducing its next flagship the HTC 10 in less than 3 weeks from now. While it is late to the party, HTC thinks that the 10 will be worth the wait. It has released teasers hinting that it will carry another world’s first in cameras, plus a different kind of Boom Sound that won’t disappoint.
For those who are particular about performance, a purported HTC 10 was spotted running Antutu and it smashes every flagship smartphone out there. And it’s quite a huge margin.
AnTuTu, a company responsible for the development of the AnTuTu benchmark app which we (along with many other reviewers) use when reviewing phones, publishes their annual Performance Ranking Report ranking the 10 best smartphones of that particular year.
Before v6.0 of the app, the report only consisted of Android phones. With this new version, though, 2015’s report is the first cross-platform ranking report and my goodness was it an interesting one. While we weren’t that surprised that the iPhone 6s Plus was #1 on their list, we were shocked at how MUCH further it was from the competition. Let me give you a hint: 132k.
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Less than 24 hours away from the OnePlus 2 grand VR revealing that is scheduled to be streamed at 10:00 AM (GMT+8), conflicting AnTuTu scores pose many to assume that there may be 3 versions of the “2016 Flagship Killer”. Pretty bold claims from the Chinese outfit, seeing that it is only the beginning of Q3 for 2015.
When the Galaxy S6 was announced, it whooped other devices on Antutu benchmarks by a huge margin. With half of 2015 gone and there are newer flagships sporting Qualcomm’s top of the line Snapdragon 810 processor, the Galaxy S6 continues to reign supreme thanks to its 64-bit 14nm Exynos 7420 processor, 3GB of LP-DDR4 RAM and a faster Universal Flash Storage.