Posts Tagged ‘Geekbench’

Early Geekbench benchmark results for the 2020 MacBook Air refresh are in and they show considerable improvements in speed over 2018 models.

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We’re still a few months away from Samsung taking the wraps off the Galaxy S11 but it seems the phone might have already appeared on Geekbench after a score appeared online.

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Geekbench 5 has just been released, and brings with it support for Dark Mode on macOS and iOS 13. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

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Apple updated its 13-inch MacBook Pro earlier this week, adding a Touch Bar and new Intel 8th generation quad-core CPUs in the process. Now early benchmarks of those new computers are starting to appear online and it looks promising indeed.

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iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR RAM size has just been revealed thanks to early benchmark results. Here’s how Apple’s 2018 smartphones fared.

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After next year’s iPhone X, we now have what could be a new 2018 MacBook Pro refresh specs appearing in Geekbench benchmark results, dubbed the MacBookPro15,2.

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It would appear that at least one of the 2018 iPhones may have been outed by a Geekbench score, with details regarding its performance and RAM having been laid bare.

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Here are Galaxy S9 Vs iPhone X benchmarks comparison results for Geekbench single-core, involving A11, Exynos 9810 and Snapdragon 845 chips.

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Here are Galaxy S9 Vs iPhone X early benchmarks comparison after results of what is rumored to be either the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ popped up on the Geekbench site.

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iPhone X A11 Bionic Geekbench benchmarks score blows away SoC chips in top Android smartphones from this year. Here are the details.

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Here’s a Google Pixel / Pixel XL phones Vs Apple iPhone 7 / iPhone 7 Plus phones from benchmarks performance perspective.

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According to Geekbench benchmarks comparison, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are theoretically faster than all MacBook Airs, and all top Android phones of 2016. Here are the details.

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