The sequel to the OnePlus 6T, which debuted in the Philippines late last year, might just have been leaked online. The picture below comes courtesy of SlashLeaks, and the accompanying post suggests we could be looking at a phone presumed to be the OnePlus 7 side by side with a unit that resembles the 6T.
The global list of top-performing Android phones in Antutu Benchmark for December 2018 has been released. And unsurprisingly, the Kirin 980-powered Huawei Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, and Mate 20 X phones reign supreme in the rankings overall.
The OnePlus 6T has been officially unveiled at the OnePlus event in New York City. The ticketed event formally pulled the curtains back on the OnePlus 6 successor.
There’s a new top-ranked Android smartphone in terms of Antutu Benchmark performance for September 2018. And, no, we’re not referring to the Google Pixel 3 or Huawei Mate 20 Pro or Mate 20 X, at least not yet.
Antutu’s July list of best-performing Android smartphones looked somewhat similar to the ones in June and May. But the global list for August? We had new players this time around.
Over a billion people are on YouTube. We here at Revü are a part of that number. You may be one of us, too. And to help all of us get the best experience on the platform, YouTube itself has released a list of recommended smartphones.
For the third straight month, a Xiaomi-backed gaming smartphone topped the list of best-performing Android devices on Antutu. Getting an average benchmark score of 288,187, the Xiaomi Black Shark successfully secured its position from May and June.
Of the popular flagship smartphones that were launched in the first half of 2018, which has the longest battery life? Which one won’t likely let you down when you need your device the most?
Another month, another set of best-performing Android smartphones on Antutu. Days after the benchmark site released the list for China for June 2018, it now reveals the global ranking. And the device that came out on top last month was the same as the one in May.
Antutu Benchmark’s lists of 10 best-performing Android phones for March and April were almost the same. But the newly released one? With the availability of new handsets came a different set of players.
We’ve been on the lookout for this. Today, finally, Antutu Benchmark’s list of best-performing Android phones for April 2018 is out.
After months of being the talk of the town, (no) thanks in part to OnePlus itself revealing that its 2018 flagship will have a notch, the OnePlus 6 is finally official. And with a variant that’s borne out of the company’s partnership with Marvel at that.
Google is taking a different approach in 2018. The technology giant has released the beta edition of the upcoming version of Android — which puts artificial intelligence at the core of the operating system — to smartphones other than its own Pixel series devices.
The next installment of the OnePlus flagship, the OnePlus 6, will be announced on May 16 at a press event in London. China and India will get ahold of it on May 17, per the company.
We’ve seen a flurry of smartphone launches this early in 2018. Even gaming-focused handsets have joined the party, with the Xiaomi Black Shark and Nubia Red Magic phones being unveiled within a week of each other. Next month, it’s finally OnePlus’ time to reveal its flagship device.
When Antutu Benchmark released its list of best-performing Android phones for February 2018, no Snapdragon 845- and Exynos 9810-powered devices were included because they were not available on the market at the time.
We are only four months removed from the OnePlus 5T launch, but we’re already expecting another OnePlus smartphone unveiling in less than three months.
We’re just a few months away from an expected OnePlus phone launch. The OnePlus 3 and 5 were announced in June 2016 and 2017, respectively, so it’s likely that the company will unveil a new one — called the OnePlus 6, apparently — in about three months.
It’s been quite a while since Antutu Benchmark released its monthly worldwide listing of best-performing smartphones. The last time was in November 2017. Luckily, there have been other websites reviews tech products, such as TLDevTech, that have helped you find the information you need. Reading reviews about the tech you’re going to invest in is the best way to find out if it’s actually suitable and will meet all of your needs. Today, we finally get a new review and it’s going to discuss man’s most useful asset, the phone.
While not as accessible as its predecessors, the OnePlus 5T is one of the most well-received Android flagships around. And if you’re thinking of getting one but haven’t taken out your wallet yet, you might want to hold off on making a purchase offline in the Philippines.