Tag Archives: processor

Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Might Have An Intel Processor

Things in the mobile world just might get interesting. A device by the name of GT-P5200 has shown up on a benchmarking site called GFXBench, and it looks to be the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1. The Tab 2 10.1 had a model number of GT-P5100, so it would make sense. In shocking news, Samsung may be moving away from the ARM architecture with this one, instead… Read more

Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Going Into Mass Production This May

Though the Snapdragon 600 is one of the most widely used mobile chips in the world, being the heart of the LG Optimus G Pro, HTC One, and most versions of the Samsung Galaxy S 4, it will be one upped very soon by its own creator. The Snapdragon 800 will enter mass production in late May, basically dooming every flagship currently released to… Read more

Samsung Rumored To Sell Galaxy S IV With Multiple Processor Types

Rumors about the Galaxy S IV are flying, and we can’t help but get a bit nervous. Will the device be what we wanted? Will Samsung once again surprise us with something unique? We don’t know, but a specific rumor going around has us a bit worried. The rumor says that, just like with the Galaxy S III, Samsung is going to use multiple processor types,… Read more

Comparing The HTC One, One X+, And One X

We know that the HTC One is a fantastic and powerful device. Hell, look at these benchmarks! But how does it stack up against HTC’s previous flagships, the One X and One X+? Is it worth the upgrade? Should you keep your old device? Or do you need the new One? Well, we can’t really tell you. But we can help you make that decision! One of the biggest… Read more

New Samsung Chromebook Powered By The Long Awaited Exynos 5

We’re an Android site. We usually don’t write about things like Chromebooks. But this is an interesting Chromebook, as it is powered by Samsung’s Exynos 5 processor. The Exynos 5 is an A15 based chip with some very impressive specs, including a monster Mali-T604 GPU for some powerful 3D processing. The rest of the Chromebook is fairly nice, with a… Read more