dukaki, 02 Dec 2015Have you ever opened the task manager to check the actual usage on your windows computer? You ... moreCan you please stop assuming? My task manager is always open and minimized in the taskbar in case I need to check ram usage whenever my system starts to act slow, still no problems. My point is that I have little to no issue with Chrome whether I'm using 64-bit Chrome OS or just the 64-bit browser in my 64-bit Windows, which happens to be the beta version mind you. The only place I didn't test your theory is on a 64-bit phone which I'll get to when 6.0 is released for it and even then I'm more than certain that everything will operate just fine with normal usage. You said a few comments ago that 2/3 even 4Gb isn't enough for 64-bit Android and now all of a sudden 3Gb is just enough lol Just because it's giving you issues doesn't mean that everyone is going through the same experience, anecdotal evidence isn't the best form of evidence so unless more and more 64-bit Android users experience what you've been experiencing with Chrome I'll consider this to be a very minor issue for the time being. If it bothers you too much then why not just switch to Apple and Windows and stop acting like this a widespread problem when in reality it isn't?
if u guys running stock android, it only use around 400MB RAM-500MB RAM, 2 GB is good for FHD, 4GB is good for 4K. the problem is bloatware from manufacturer (preinstall app)
Tamil, 02 Dec 2015Fanboy alert........*Sigh* your point? Or are you just that bored?
8GB RAM is happy news for everyone but they also consider to increase internal memory 2 128 GB or 256 GB.
Infact we only need 4gb ram internal memory, gpu, cpu, 4k stuff, better cameras, and better batteries better than lithium polymer. And plus, its just a handset
mediocre08, 02 Dec 2015can SoC makers can slow down a bit?? battery industry can't keep up... Newer SoCs are usually more efficient with battery
AnDas, 02 Dec 2015We shall see, so far so good on my Nexus 7 and when my phone gets 6.0 I'll know for sure if RA... moreHave you ever opened the task manager to check the actual usage on your windows computer? You can use chrome with 1gb of ram on windows because page file and have no issues except for slowing down. You can run only chrome and you will have no problem. Chrome on Linux (chromebook) works differently than on windows. I see less ram hogging there on my Linux box with 1.5gb of ram. Possibly there is zram or some swapping going on on your Chromebook to keep it from depleting its memory.
Your n72013 is using the 32 bit android build and afaik it works just fine. I am talking about 64 bit android and 64 bit chrome on android which will power future devices. 2gb and 64bit simply doesn't work and 3gb is just right to make it work if you don't push it. I don't have a recent idevice so I have no idea about what apple is doing. I am just saying that if apple and Microsoft can have 2gb of ram, 64bit and multitasking on top of that why can't Google? Why android has to be the ram hog?
The real fishy thing is this comment section. No one bothers to read anything. They just check out your avatar and then they shoot.
Anonymous, 02 Dec 2015Well, the iPhone 6S scores only 58000 in antutu. Not so class leading, is it? And multi core ... moreMeanwhile in the real world, the performance of the device as a whole.... you guessed it... IS class leading, performance gained through the marriage of OS and hardware. All the while requiring so much less, from the battery to processor, even to the screen. Providing an end product. That is the premium class leader outselling itself, year on year on year (LESS is MORE lmao the irony is on so many different levels). Don't bring up vertu either, they in the luxury segment, not premium.
Already talking about the SD830? SD820 doomed to fail like SD810??
The cores and memory can't complete if the battery technology stuck, we need quick charging and higher performance batteries. If at all possible concentrate on heating issues first. Then after we can think of gigs of ram number of cores...
gogu, 02 Dec 2015we heard this before, when the tablets appeared and yet the PC is still hereTablets are a competitor to laptops, not PCs.
Laptops are rapidly becoming a thing for business, while tablets are a preference for home users (which makes sense due to being much more portable and being able to handle all the common tasks easily).
so stupid....to think that an ARM-based processor (especially a mobile processor one) can beat an intel/AMD-based x86-64 processor is just like dream inside a dream inside a dream...that is why we still need a personal computer to process a huge and complex data..
Power, Ram, Performance and display are going up by 20-30% every year, but in battery technology is stable. Until you dont improve on this, all others are mere gimmick..
RAM 3 ~ 4GB is enough!, most important is cpu integer, multitask performance, DDR bandwidth speed, gpu performance, storage read/write speed.
Honest Realist, 02 Dec 2015LMAO this is funny, if you look at it holistically, with a little foresight, this is the Andro... moreWell, the iPhone 6S scores only 58000 in antutu. Not so class leading, is it?
And multi core performance of the A9 is till behind exynos 7420.
Not saying that the A9 is bad, but it certainly is very far from being called a "desktop class" processor.