pritvi, 07 Dec 2015xiaomi and apple use same foxcon to manufacture their phones. with almost save design and buil... moreIt depends on how much consumer's pocket friendly the company is...
Mi cares for your pocket; where as the other one thinks you should not have enough cash to buy an actual apple to eat ! ! ! Thus there logo: only take a bite, don't eat the entire apple ! ! !
tthth, 01 Dec 2015its 3gb ram pls check and then comnt!!! and quad core!I meant the extremely economic iPhone with an RAM capacity to admire in day and age ;-)
Anonymous, 03 Dec 2015Iphones are not that much cheaper compared to Samsung. There was a Forbes article that stated ... morexiaomi and apple use same foxcon to manufacture their phones. with almost save design and build quality. but look at the price difference ?. can you show any other reason for a manufacture with 12% smartphone market share enjoying 94% profits ?.
Iphones are not that much cheaper compared to Samsung. There was a Forbes article that stated that because Samsung makes pretty much everything for their phone. It is cheaper for them to make their phone then iPhone. iPhone has to source out all their parts.
Anonymous, 02 Dec 2015Actually, iPhones are cheap and made in China. Exactly... cheap iphones come rolling out like hot cake buns from Foxconn factory, just like any other China phone. Cost to manufactur an Iphone actually cheaper than many other Android flagship phones
As much as I despise Apple's business mantra, the end result here is actually hilarious! Someone in this comment section put the amalgamation of apple and one plus here, very eloquently.
I think, it is just to troll apple by hiding their only logo on the device, behind 1+ logo.
Anonymous, 02 Dec 2015What's the meaning of this? Why would a smartphone manufacturer make an accessory for a compe... moreOnePlus designers use Apple Products. Thier vision is to create an Android with the premium feel and simplicity of an iPhone. Even though they create Android products they understand who the king of the hill is.
What's the meaning of this?
Why would a smartphone manufacturer make an accessory for a competing smartphone?
All I'm seeing from Oneplus this year are signs of a company not taking things seriously.
Anonymous, 01 Dec 2015Is it better to have more CPU core with inferior architecture rather than less CPU core with s... moreFewer CPU cores with significantly better architecture. For eg ( and I quote GSMArena here) : A single Twister core from 6s Plus(1.8 Ghz) provides the same performance as 8 Cortex-A53 cores from M2 Note( 1.4 Ghz).
A mobile OS is not the same as a laptop OS . Priority is usually given to user input here and there aren't many apps that utilize the multi core architectures with a significant benefit. Those who do , don't signify as much a performance jump as the difference in the number of cores would suggest ( case in point being MX player).
I am no expert , but 4 optimized cores with rapidly scalable frequency and low heat dissipation would be an ideal configuration for performance as well as battery life , IMHO .
lol. iphone with 1+ logo. hahaha.. lol lol lol. this sounds very stupid. lol lol. if you buy this, your iphone will look like a cheap china phone.
iphone sheep will only buy something with apple logo.
tthth, 01 Dec 2015its 3gb ram pls check and then comnt!!! and quad core!They were talking about the iPhone. Which does indeed have dual core and 2 GB ram. So maybe read a little better.
That made my day. This is like, the stupidest thing i've seen this year... Is this a kind of bashing? Why would an iPhone user buy it?
Ugly and bulky. It doesn't even give proper protection. They should've made it with a slim/thin style instead.
apparently 1+ is trying to hide the apple logo so when people see iphone they'd think, "Thats a 1+!" lol
Anonymous, 01 Dec 2015Is it better to have more CPU core with inferior architecture rather than less CPU core with s... moreIt depends on what usage scenario.
Having many cores for different loads can increase efficiency because cores can be optimized for specific frequencies.
In general, for performance, it does not make a big difference if you have either 4 or 10 cores, especially for games.
No game will actually use more than 4 cores.
For just normal use cases and pure performance in one app you are using at the moment, 2 cores with very high performance would almost always be better than 10 cores with low performance.
A good design with many cores can save energy though.
I would suggest you don't look for the number of cores.
For using the phone, most of the time the memory performance makes a bigger difference ;)
For gaming you should take a snapdragon 600+, most other manufacturers have pretty slow graphics (which you don't need for normal apps).