Mobile Phones: performance
News & Reviews: performance
Last Updated: Sep 16, 2021
The iPhone 13 series has gained a lot of hype after its launch. Not only having a 120Hz display for the first time, but the devices also came with other impressive camera features that photography enthusiasts would love. Besides that, there's the new A15 Bionic chip for all the models as well, but the one for iPhone 13 is said to be different from the one in the iPhone 13 Pro.
Last Updated: Aug 12, 2021
The next-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon flagship chipset is expected to launch this December, with Xiaomi running to be the first to introduce smartphones with it. Although it'll be quite some time before we reach there, the first benchmark of the Snapdragon 895 or 898 has been unveiled.
Last Updated: Jul 09, 2021
Next year's chipset war will be an exciting one as current rumours have already leaked quite a lot of information regarding the companies' progress. Before the war even started, it is reported that Qualcomm's upcoming offer will not reach the performance of Apple's A15 Bionic and Samsung's Exynos 2200.
Last Updated: Mar 16, 2021
Currently, the trend of having 5G on new smartphone models is inevitable. While we still have to wait until the end of this year (according to our lovely PM) for 5G connectivity, one might wonder how is the connection speed performance of a particular smartphone? Opensignal did a test and here's what you need to know on which phone performs the best in 5G.
Last Updated: Jan 13, 2021
After announcing the Exynos 2100 yesterday, it looks like Samsung still has another powerful chipset in the works. It is confirmed that the company is creating a new flagship chipset that features graphic technology from AMD. With that said, can the future Exynos chipset finally take a chance to win against Qualcomm's invention?
Last Updated: Jun 09, 2020
The news of Apple making its own custom ARM-based processors for Macs is finally going to be confirmed by the tech giant itself. It is said that the company will announce that they're shifting from using Intel processors to the new ARM-based chips this month at WWDC 2020. The conference is going to take place on 22 June with an online-only format due to the pandemic.