DROID RAZR HD Appears in GLBenchmark – Snapdragon S4, HD Screen Confirmed Again

The DROID RAZR HD has been on our radar for a while now, but confirmations on specs are always welcomed as we approach a potential release. Today, the device many of you have been holding out for stopped by GLBenchmark, giving us another look at its insides. It doesn’t compare at all to the mind-blowing results we just saw in a similar benchmark for an HTC device that is headed to Verizon, but it’s not bad.

We get another confirmation on the codename “Vanquish,” the 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 (8960) processor, and HD display with on-screen navigation keys (1196×720). Now all we need is a release date.   (more…)

DROID RAZR HD Stops by Nenamark for a Benchmark, Snapdragon S4 Processor on Board

The DROID RAZR HD appears to have stopped by Nenamark within the last few days to pop off a benchmark and give us a look at its specs. From this result, we can see that it indeed does have a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz. How can we tell? Because of the Qualcomm Adreno 225 GPU listed here that accompanies this chipset.  (more…)

Samsung Galaxy SIII Shows Up in AnTuTu Benchmark, Tops All Devices and Lists Full Specs

Whoa there AnTuTu benchmark! Are you trying to out the most anticipated Android device of the year? It appears as if you are, and we thank you for that.

As you can see from the screenshots we just posted, there is indeed a device listed now in AnTuTu as the “Samsung Galaxy SIII.” It has topped all other devices that have been benchmarked, taking home the gold trophy for performance. If we cruise in the device listing for it, we seem to have a confirmation on specs for the phone, most of which been mentioned here or there throughout the last couple of weeks. We have a quad-core dual-core Exynos 4212 processor clocked at 1.4GHz, 1GB of RAM, a 4.7″ HD display (1280×720), 2MP front camera, 12MP rear camera, and Android 4.0. Yeah, that sounds about right.

One thing to note here is the network which is listed as “GSM/WCDMA.” This doesn’t necessarily mean that we won’t see CDMA or LTE versions of the device, but just that the benchmarked device was only GSM. All we can hope is that this Exynos chipset is playing nicely with LTE or it may be a while before we see it here in the States.

With a teaser for the device already live and a date for unveiling set, we won’t have to post these wishy-washy benchmark results much longer.

Oh, and we should probably mention the benchmark disclaimer, as to not offend the Android voices of reason out there. “This is a benchmark result which could easily be faked, blah blah, blah blah.”

Update:  As was mentioned in the comments, the 4212 is not a quad-core processor, but is instead a dual-core processor. Now that, is interesting.

Cheers Nadeem!

New Galaxy Nexus Running a TI OMAP4470 Chip Gets Benchmarked?

Google and Samsung wouldn’t actually drop a higher-end Galaxy Nexus on us, would they? If the NenaMark benchmark that you are seeing above is to be believed, that’s exactly what could happen.

Aside from being impressive, the benchmark lists a PowerVR SGX 544 GPU which just so happens to be the same GPU in TI’s OMAP4470 processor. As you all know, the current Galaxy Nexus is running TI’s OMAP4460 with a SGX540 GPU. The SGX540 is no slouch, but the SGX544 can apparently run circles around it, something that is made clear in the benchmark above. The 4470 can also run at up to 1.8GHz even though in this benchmark it appears to be underclocked to 1.3.

TI announced in June of 2011 that the OMAP4470 would begin shipping in devices during the first half of 2012.

Could someone have spoofed the GPU in the result? Maybe, although it would seem as if they would need to go through quite a bit of work to do so. Maybe they spoofed the name of the device instead? Tough to tell. What we do know is that Sprint is getting a G-Nex in the very near future and they have yet to open up about the specs. We all saw the premature ad for the device before CES showing that it has a 1.5GHz dual-core processor. We also saw a set of brief hands-on coverage for it a week later when it was announced, but no mention of the internals. I think most of us assumed it would be identical to the Verizon LTE version, however, you have got to wonder a bit now.

A lot of questions that we would love answers to.

Via:  NenaMark

Cheers Dan!