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Nexus 9

Nexus 9 benchmark test. Image: TKTechNews

Two days ago, a CPU-Z document appeared online disclosing the internal infrastructure of HTC’s upcoming Nexus tablet — codenamed ‘Volantis’. Now, today, the slate has popped up in the AnTuTu benchmark database corroborating everything we’ve heard about the device’s impressive specifications.



2013 Nexus 7. Photo: CNET

According to a leaked CPU-Z report, HTC’s upcoming Nexus tablet, codenamed Volantis, is set to be the first device on the market to feature Nvidia’s 64-bit Tegra K1 processor clocked at 2.5GHz. This revelation comes just days after renowned leaker, @Evleaks, took to Twitter to publicize his suspected specifications for the slate, which incidentally match up perfectly to the news we’re seeing today.


Is the much-anticipated Nexus 6 finally on its way? An unidentified smartphone known only by the codename ‘Shamu’ surfaced in a leaked AnTuTu benchmark, earlier today, corroborating the rumors and speculation we’ve heard so far about the Nexus 6 — so it certainly looks like Google’s next flagship smartphone is set to feature some pretty awesome specifications.


Surprise, surprise! Another leak of Huawei’s Ascend Mate 3 has materialized online. Last Monday we saw its back panel in a production image, on Tuesday a specification sheet surfaced and today a benchmarking screenshot from AnTuTu has emerged on the web, confirming everything we’ve heard about the handset so far.


HTC has confirmed that the new HTC One M8 has a hidden “High Performance Mode” that’s activated automatically when it runs a benchmark test. The company says it’s a feature for those with a thirst for power, and it has explained how users can enable it manually if they wish to do so.

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