MY HUMBLE REQUEST IS I WANT NEW DEVICE-HTC DESIRE 816 BECAUSE MORE THAN 20 DAYS OVER SO I DO NOT WANT REPAIRED MOBILE.
I had submitted my device HTC desire 816 on 17/12/2014 in TVS electronics ltd. Kamla nagar New Delhi for repairment (Mother board problem/no power/can not boot), more than 20 days over I didn't get any updates on my device/not repaired yet so request this company to send me new device. I am too much embarrased from this HTC service support centre. My device comes in warranty purchase date is 30/07/2014.
INDROID, 07 Jan 2015yes its the same tactics that samsung is using from years, releasing two versions, one with sn... moreSorry to tell you that Mediatek Soc is Not in the same level with Exynos My friend.
Tell me if it will bring that MediaTek Octacore SoC that's able to record slow-mo at 480fps.
HTC would insult its own self if they use MediaTek for the international Hima. MediaTek is good for low and mid range, not for high end.
Mr Tan, 06 Jan 2015Noone cares anymore. The processor performance has crossed a frontier where we can no longer ... moreI disagree with you. The specs do not matter to people who are buying midrange devices. This is a flagship we are talking about. In premium segment, specs matter the most. Mediatek SoC will not enthuse potential buyers for a premium device. If it is priced midrange (around $300 to $400), it would be fine. More than that, people will stay away from it only due to Mediatek SoC.
Anonymous, 06 Jan 2015Is this some kind of marketing tactic??yes its the same tactics that samsung is using from years, releasing two versions, one with snapdragon n other with exynos.. the hima is getting the same treatment...
Mr Tan, 06 Jan 2015Noone cares anymore.
The processor performance has crossed a frontier where we can no longer ... moreWell said Mr Tan.
A similar thing is happening in the PC world as well.
Even the weaker processors are so incredibly capable.
I got a Flagship this time and honestly this os the last time I paid that premium. Having the best is good but it's not always the best for us.
My Xperia sp got 1.7ghz s4 pro dual core processor which beats the hell out of mediatek 1.3ghz quadcore
Following the samedung's footprints isn't gonna do anything good to you.
i think if there will be ... again if there will be a Mediatek SoC it's going to need A Monster of GPU Cause Mediatek have some decent Processors but Really Really awful GPU's is There SoC's So at Least at least a MALI T-760 MP10 or T-760 MP16 is required Or a PowerVR-GX6850 it's a must + Dev support is also what Makes Difference ... and all that octacore is just Marketing it must be a 64 bit= 4 cortex A57 2.x ghz + 4 Cortex A53 1.6 ghz and 4K video Recording Support + cat 9-10 4G LTE So we can Call it a flagship ..... sorry for my english
Noone cares anymore.
The processor performance has crossed a frontier where we can no longer tap the maximum from the chipset.
Honestly, for a smartphone it won't make a difference having a S615 or a S810 (both 64-bit).
Benchmarking bragging rights ends within 2 minutes of your Antutu run.
I'd honestly have a mid-range chipset, which has been future-proofed (64-bit) and has a low TDP.
Save yourself the $200-$400 difference. The performance bump isn't worth it anymore.
I hate that things. I want no differences between same devices. A pro for Apple, identical devices worldwide.
I also hate the implication of network operators în smartphones OS and updates.
they should put snapdragon 810 processor tht would be really best for htc hima compare to mediatek processor