Mar 19


Last week Samsung unveiled their new Galaxy phone, the Galaxy S4 to compete with Apple’s iPhone 5. It includes some new software features and nice hardware including a 5-inch HD display with 441 ppi, 2 GB RAM, 13-megapixel camera and a very fast┬áprocessor. Primate Labs did a speed test of the Galaxy S4 comparing it to a number of other smartphones including the HTC One, LG Nexus 4, BlackBerry Z10 and the iPhone 5. And according to the Geekbench ranking system the Galaxy S4 is twice as fast as the iPhone 5. » Galaxy S4 Benchmarks Almost Twice As Fast As The iPhone 5

Oct 15

Above you can see a video of a speed test, comparing AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint on the iPhone 4S. Which one do you think will be the fastest? Which network are you currently using? Are you experiencing similar results?

Apr 16

Windows Phone 7 running IE9 handily beat the iPhone and Android Nexus S in a HTML5 speed reading test. The test was performed by Joe Belfiore, Director of the Windows Phone program at the MIX11 developer conference in Las Vegas. » Windows Phone 7 vs iPhone 4 vs Android Nexus: HTML5 Speed Reading Test

Nov 17

Video demonstration comparing BlackBerry PlayBook and iPad tablets in terms of browser speed, Adobe Flash support and HTML5 performance.

Jul 27

Above you can see a speed comparison between the last 4 iPhone models to show you how much the iPhone has been improved in the last couple of years. The iPhone 2G is running on firmware 3.1.3, the 3G on 3.1.2, the 3GS 4.01 and the iPhone 4 was running 4.0.