Popular benchmark app Antutu has posted the most recent lists of best-performing Android smartphones released in China. So, which flagship, sub-flagship, and midrange devices figured in the September 2022 rankings?
Apple, Samsung, Amazon, Lenovo, and Huawei were the biggest tablet companies in the world in the second quarter of this year. But how about in the Philippines, where the market grew by 40.1% year-on-year and 22.4% quarter-on-quarter as the new school year begins?
Antutu has posted its latest rankings of premium, sub-flagship, and midrange Android smartphones released in China that performed well on its platform.
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Popular benchmark app Antutu has released the latest lists of best-performing Android smartphones released in China. As with the April rankings, the report is divided into flagship, sub-flagship, and midrange categories.
Lenovo Philippines has announced its latest line of gaming-focused machines powered by Windows 11 and Intel’s 12th Gen Core processors, including the Legion 5i, Legion 5i Pro, Legion 7i, Legion Slim 7i, Legion Tower 7i, and IdeaPad Gaming 3i.
Owners of non-Google Pixel devices will finally get to see for themselves what to expect from Android 13 with yesterday’s rollout of the software’s second beta.
Antutu has published its latest performance rankings in China for April 2022, featuring the best-performing phones in the flagship, sub-flagship, and midrange categories.
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It’s a gaming phone, but you may want to treat it as a tablet as well.
We finally have a launch date for Lenovo‘s next gaming-focused Android mobile devices.
The Lenovo Legion Y90 is rumored to launch soon, and it seems the upcoming gaming phone could be set to go official March 23.
Lenovo recently posted two teasers for its upcoming Lenovo Legion Y90 gaming phone on China’s Weibo social network.
Lenovo has teased the upcoming Legion Y700 gaming tablet many times, but it’s not the only gaming-focused Android device the company is expected to launch soon.
Lenovo‘s ThinkBook laptops have grown in popularity as excellent productivity machines that combine a premium design with the versatility and power of a high-end convertible.
Antutu Benchmark has just released its latest list of best-performing Android smartphones released in China. So while we’re still waiting for the global rankings, we’re sharing the newly revealed information with you now. After all, many of the models that got included there are also available on the international market.
All the market-research firms that released local smartphone data were unanimous in saying that Realme was the No. 1 phone brand in the Philippines last quarter. But how about in the tablet category?
Big oops! It appears that Lenovo might debut its own portable gaming device soon, to rival the likes of the Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck. What’s more, there’s reason to believe the company had initially planned to announce the gaming handheld at this year’s Mobile World Congress, but for some reason decided to scrap its launch plans.