sa11oum, 12 Nov 2015Doesn't matter. They can cram 16 cores if they want, Android will always be laggy. Which Android device did you use recently? I own a Moto G 2014 (2nd generation), it is working perfectly fine for me. It is powered by SD 400, which is about 1/4th powerful compared to the recent chipsets. It is slow at times (which is expected anyways), but not laggy and unusable like what you are making it out to be. And I am talking about a $150 device in India, not about android flagships which have much better performance.
As other android users used to ask - which cave did you hide under for the last 3 years?
Doesn't matter. They can cram 16 cores if they want, Android will always be laggy.
30% increase performance will make it a beast of multi core but still lagging behind apple's A9 single core.
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2015One day we hear the S7 will feature the heater, the next day we hear it will feature the coole... moreThere is no official statement on this, so take all the rumours with a truck load of salt. Exynos 8890 will definitely be there in some region versions, for sure. It would obviously give more margins to Samsung, isn't it? SD 820 - Only god knows (if you believe in) at this point in time. We (humans) will come to know in couple of months time which regions will get that version.
One day we hear the S7 will feature the heater, the next day we hear it will feature the cooler - so which is it - SD820 or EN8890?
well i think that samsung needed qualcomm help this time,because besides being work under the same 14nm they are using customer cores wich qualcomm usually does...so why sammy uses that insted of just big little arm cortex arrangement....did they realize that customer cores does betetr than that ...that was qualcomm big mistake but im happy they did it with kryo cores and im sure that they will have equal peformance i dont think that there will be a big difference .... sammy putted specs already provided by qualcomm so if u askme wich will be betetr with power efficiency ..this time snapdragon will take the crown ...say what u wanna say.
I have the S6 and the processor in that phone is super fast and I can count on it everytime. Very stable and smooth operation with beautiful display and magnificent camera. I'm sure the S7 will also be a very powerful beast.
lacp, 12 Nov 2015Qualcomm is even superior to Samsung in making mobile Socs? You are even qualified to explain ... moreExynos processors are very good but they have some problems like ram management ( delay of loading java script into ram) which causes lags and wreck of cpu in long run. I used note 4 over a year ( exynos octa core version in India) and it freaking hangs every time and besides had xperia z2 which works like a charm at this instant.
AnonD-465105, 12 Nov 2015That looks pretty awesome. Not that present day phones need all that power. Even my good old... moreTrue story! Mine as well! But got the S6 as well as it reminds me of the sexy and powerful beast the S2 was!!
lacp, 12 Nov 2015And then which is the job that Samsung always does? Then specs mean nothing your ignorant? We ... more Samsung always have impressive specs compared to Apple ;but iphones always work better. They are always trying to impress the people with worthless specs.
AnonD-292154, 12 Nov 2015 They can put 2 000 000 . We know how samsung does the job in general. Specs means nothing.And then which is the job that Samsung always does? Then specs mean nothing your ignorant? We will see the performance that Exynos 8890 with his gpu will have when the Galaxy S7 come out.
lacp, 12 Nov 2015Is true, why you debate yourself with that? Why the problem of the GPU of Exynos 8890 to be st... moreLet's say the a9 hat a big lead over the 2015 exynos, so it's Samsungs turn to deliver and prove if they can match the power
That looks pretty awesome. Not that present day phones need all that power.
Even my good old SGS2 feels snappy.
No Fan Boy...!, 12 Nov 2015If you are trying to say that how the Mali T880 MP12 will perform against the the PowerVR GT76... moreErr...you are obviously not aware that the GFX benchmark does run 'offscreen' tests in which it standardises the resolution at 1080p for fair cross platform comparisons.
In such tests the PowerVR GT-7600 has shown to be the most powerful mobile GPU in a smartphone to date. We'll see how the Mali-T880mp12 and the Adreno 530 compare when the time comes.
lacp, 12 Nov 2015Maybe even more than 600 Gigaflops of computational power according with the frequency that Sa... more They can put 2 000 000 . We know how samsung does the job in general. Specs means nothing.
mas39, 12 Nov 2015Another flop by Samsung, go and make RAM and SSD's, it's the only thing you're good at, and le... moreQualcomm is even superior to Samsung in making mobile Socs? You are even qualified to explain or criticize about Samsung Socs? What do you understand about mobile Sockets and chipsets for disqualify the Samsung products?!