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Samsung launched the Galaxy S5, the company’s latest smartphone powered by the latest Exynos 5 Octa chip last week . We already brought you the unboxing and the photo gallery of the device, here we have the benchmarks of the smartphone. It is powered by an Octa-Core Exynos 5422 processor based on ARM big.LITTLE architecture and 28nm High K Metal Gate Process technology, similar to the previous Exynos 5 chips.
It has four ARM cortex A15 cores clocked at 1.9 GHz each and four ARM Cortex A7 cores clocked at 1.3 GHz each and has a ARM Mali T628 MP6 GPU. It also has True Octa-Core or Heterogeneous Multi-Processing that can run combination of up to eight cores to provide optimum performance. It has a 5.1-inch (1920 x 1080 pixels) IPS display, 2GB RAM and runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat) OS. Let’s check out the performance of the smartphone in a range of synthetic benchmark tests.
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Samsung has unveiled the new Galaxy Tab4 tablets - Galaxy Tab4 10.1, Galaxy Tab4 8.0 and Galaxy Tab4 7.0, expected to be available in second quarter this year.
Samsung has finally announced the new Galaxy Tab4 lineup of tablets offered in three different screen sizes. The Galaxy Tab4 tablets feature premium look and textured feel bearing back cover. Samsung has added the new Galaxy Tab4 10.1, Galaxy Tab4 8.0 and Galaxy Tab4 7.0 models to be offered in Black and White colours globally in the Second Quarter of this year.
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Google lists the Nexus 10 tablet as a teaser of offering it soon via Google Play Store without any clarity on new model or the old model.
Google has quietly altered the Google Nexus 10 listing in the Google Play Store and changed it to - Coming Soon. Though the image is of the Google Nexus 10 (2013) tablet, we anticipate the same to be sold at a good discount though the listed price remains the same for 16 GB model - $399 (Rs 23, 875 approximately).
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The latest iPhone is casing quite a stir, but then would you expect otherwise? In many ways the iPhone has been losing ground to the smarter Android Galaxy phones, and in particular to the Samsung galaxy S4 which boast a five inch display and a 1.6 GHz quad core processor. In fact it was beginning to look as if the iPhone was losing its way.
Whether you prefer playing downloadable app based games, big immersive console type games of playing online casino games such a blackjack for real money, there is no disputing that fact that a large display considerably enhances the gaming experience. So one might reasonably have predicted that Apple would follow the trend and bring out an iPhone with display of similar dimensions to the Samsung.
In fact the latest iPhone has failed to do this. Not only is the new display no larger than the previous model, in terms of resolution is falls well behind that of the Samsung. It might be a little brighter, but looking at it all round, that doesn’t make it better.
What the iPhone 5S does have is a much faster processor. The new A7X chip is said to be twice as fast as the A6 chip used in the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5C. While this does little to enhance game play in casino type games and apps such as Angry Birds, it does offer a substantial improvement to big multiplayer type console games such as World of Warcraft.
It this enough? Probably not. Although one in three iPhone owners say that they intend to upgrade to the latest iPhone, it is unlikely than too many Galaxy 4 owners will do likewise. Until the iPhone 6 comes out in around a year’s time the Samsung Galaxy S4 is still the best smartphone for gaming.
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The all new HTC One (HTC M8) that will be made available in India will be a TDD LTE ready smartphone.
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