Marcell, 22 Sep 2015Wait, what? Galaxy S6- 73h endurance rating
Iphone 6 - 61h endurance rating. It seems to me ... moreOr......maybe I have hands on experience with both devices, and I have actually owned two Galaxy S6's, I returned the first as I thought it had a fault with its battery, turns out that's just how bad it is. (quoted figures aside).
The S6 has the worst battery life of any mobile device I have ever owned (I have owned many, across both IOS and Android).
I averaged less than 3 hours of on screen time with my second S6, the only other device I have used that could match that was the Nexus 5.
My iPhone 6 mind, whilst not a battery life champion, was league's ahead of the S6.
2,292 single-core score, and 4,293 for multi.
HOLY MOLY CYCLONE IS DUAL CORE AND BEAT MANY 4 and 8 core cpu from android. WHOAAA.
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2015I want to live to see the day when Apple just for fun reduces the price of an IPhone, you will... morelol why would they lower the prices for fun???!!!
they are milking customers for fun already,
double the price less the features
apple has about 20% of market share and 80% of profits,
that clearly shows they are milking customers FOR FUN,
they sell less they gain more 20% sales 80% profits, isn't that a bit too clear to see?
all android devices on the other side are price competitively cause smart buyers woudn't pay 1000$ for a 500$ phone,
Wow. I am impressed with the performance of the iPhone 6S. 2 cores can stil beats the 8 cores.
Marcell, 22 Sep 2015There's nothing impressive to be seen here, 3 years later and people still haven't understood ... moreWhat a funny comment....no really I am actually laughing!
Fewer higher performing cores in place of many smaller lower performance cores is a market model applied by multiple companies in this business, not just apple (like Intel for instance).
But yes I am impressed by the fact that other SOC vendors are knocking out 8-10 core solutions, however this does not take away form the fact that Apple can achieve much the same levels of performance and power efficiency from a dual core solution.
All these benchmarks and crap .. When they will be actually usable the device will get outdated... Crazzy Geeks.
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2015I want to live to see the day when Apple just for fun reduces the price of an IPhone, you will... moreThe jealousy 'argument' again....
Was it really that hard for you to get the money to waste on one that you think others would have troubles too?
Harmonica, 22 Sep 2015dual core iPhone vs octa core android devices .. lol at the resultsof course you were mentioning iphone gives you a 1000$ dual core which can not compete with 500$ multi core android, right?
[deleted post]Xperia Z5 is an android phone and guess what it's more expensive then iphone 6s.
Ale, 22 Sep 2015Yes the S6 still benches higher in geekbench 3 at multi core performance.
But the S6 is cri... moreWait, what? Galaxy S6- 73h endurance rating
Iphone 6 - 61h endurance rating. It seems to me the S6 has much better battery life than the Iphone, maybe you're a bit too biased...
UnKnown-original, 22 Sep 20151st: Octa Core is just a marketing thing, it uses only 4 cores at once. 2nd: They are two dif... moreYeah my 2.5 years old i7 laptop scores 13000 on multicore test and it's just a quad core Soc.there is a huge difference between there architecture.i hate when people compare custom cores with cortex cores like A9 chip with snapdragon one,custom cores will for sure score better on single core test, there are designed for this.
Android fanboys all over the world defending their crap devices right now hahaha classic!
Marcell, 22 Sep 2015You realize the A9 is quite a lot slower than Android flagships, right? And they compared it t... moreYes the S6 still benches higher in geekbench 3 at multi core performance.
But the S6 is crippled device, crippled by its own battery and ridiculous screen resolution, consider this, the iPhone 5S can deliver steadier on screen frame rates than the S6.
Now I'm expecting the iPhone 6S to struggle to match the iPhone 6 battery life, but even if it only manages 80% of the iPhone 6 battery performance that would still make it twice as good in this regards as the asthmatic Galaxy S6 (a device best compared to the dismal Nexus 5 in terms of battery performance)
Wait till samsung galaxy s7 come rocks benchmark test and iphone fail to deliver best score in antutu benchmark test only in geek something wrong
Ale, 22 Sep 2015So Dual core and clocked at a maximum of 1.79ghz and it still manages to match or beat the vas... moreThere's nothing impressive to be seen here, 3 years later and people still haven't understood this. Apple's approach is completely different to Snapdragon's or Samsung's.
Apple uses huge, power-hungry, extremely high performance cores while the others use small, extremely power efficient, medium performance cores, that they couple with very small, minimum power consumption, weak performance cores for even better battery life.
Basically it's like choosing between two big people and 4 average people and 4 skinny people to lift something The result will be the same even though the approach is different. If you're impressed by Apple, than you muyst also by impressed by the fact that others managed to fit 8 or 10 cores in the same space as Apple put 2.
MadzDW, 22 Sep 2015iPhone 6s Plus = 4 hours of web browsing? Are you on drugs?Is it even lower? JK, do you guys have a source or sth.
Ale, 22 Sep 2015So Dual core and clocked at a maximum of 1.79ghz and it still manages to match or beat the vas... moreNo its not impressive. Cause Dual core drains ALOT of battery. and considiring Iphone6s screen is only 720p while highend phone are QHD
Take a look at Iphone 6 it had 4 hours in webbrowsing wile the Note 4 with the octacore had over 10 hours in webbrowsing.
The most important part in a smartphone is battery.
Umbilical Noose, 22 Sep 2015Like it is any sort of surprise? We all knew iPhone rules every year. Nothing different now.Who's We? It certainly isn't me. You might wanna put a footnote there explaining that We means Apple fans(?)&fanboys.
Wow, i was expecting apple to top at least the only benchmark that favors her, considering the 6s only has 720p and 6s+ only has 1080, whilst android flagships run on quadHd. It seems that android has finally cought on ios, or ios is heavier now that allows less restrictions. With a QHD display, some widgets and a couple of apps running in the background, an iphone would melt...