lol, 15 Jan 2016So what you are saying is, if you have 2 CPUs, same cores but one is single-core, other is dua... moreIt is sometimes hard to explain things on the net, and to fools who just like to keep on going,without knowing even a bit, thinking they know EVERYTHING, just to prove their knowledge to people, it is IMPOSSIBLE!! Even Albert Einstein said- "Winning a debate with a scholar may be tough, but winning a debate with a fool is nothing lesser that impossible"
Kramnod, 16 Jan 2016Run the best games out there, you'll see how android gets left in dust.
Asphalt 8 is a gra... moreshut up buddy iphone games are designed phone specific...!!! android apps and games are not designed like that so if you have the guts to run something smooth that ain't designed particularly for you then bam...you are better than that iphone bitch.
Kramnod, 16 Jan 2016Run the best games out there, you'll see how android gets left in dust. Asphalt 8 is a gra... moreYou are comparing 1334x750 vs 2560x1440. That's 1 million pixels vs 3.7 million pixels. Ofcourse the iPhone will run faster.
Run the best games out there, you'll see how android gets left in dust.
Asphalt 8 is a graphic intensive game.
Run it on Nexus 6, Note 5, S6 Edge +, Huawei Flagship, G4, V10
After that, try it on Iphone 6s or even the Iphone 6.
Iphone 6 alone would match and may even outperform your android flagships, now imagine or run it on the Iphone 6s, which is 70% faster than the Iphone 6...
Need I say more?
Heck my Note 5 can't even run The new Antutu Benchmark without lag or crashing.
Dream on Androidnatics, I switched to an Iphone 6s and when I held the note 5 after, the experience feels cheap.. What a shame..
NP Pal, 15 Jan 2016That does make a HUGE difference during benchmarking, benchmarking reads time taken to process... moreSo what you are saying is, if you have 2 CPUs, same cores but one is single-core, other is dual-core, the single-core is better. Sorry, but you don't know ANYTHING about computers. It takes light 1/300000000000 of a second to travel 1mm. It doesn't matter.
Antutu is still the worst benchmark platform to compare mobiles. Geekbench definitely does it better (and better at preventing cheating)
Lol, 15 Jan 2016Yeah man, a few extra millimeters for electricity to move, such a big deal with lightspeed /sThat does make a HUGE difference during benchmarking, benchmarking reads time taken to process/transfer data in less 1/1000th part of a Milli-Second. Even if 1/100th of a Milli-Second is considered, all phones (ranging from 1 MHz Single-Core to 2.7 GHz Deca-Core) will get same score (because at over 1MHz, study should be so precise that it must include 1/100000 th of a Second, to get 1 Hz precision). So even a mm of circuit does make difference. And BTW, considering 6 cores less, 2 GB of RAM less, an UTTER-CHEAP display and an OS that partially Shuts-Down (And also malfunctions during Benchmarking and standard usage), will make a HUGE difference!!!
Anonymous, 15 Jan 2016Synthetic benchmarks are useless. iOS is only good for running benchmarks while Android is be... moreignorant statement ..... bench cheks everything on a phone ...not only gaming performance... if u have a phone with excellent performance and speed means that it does good with benchs...... thos high scores of an iphone are related to software optimization and good hardware wich many people who doesnt know about tech an only focus in number believes that a week 8 core is superior to a strong dual core ....... thats why im sticking with my 4 core sd800 lg G2 ... not new as many out there but ... better than a lot out there .... everything is fast crisp audio camera even gaming because this used to be flagship grade ... thats the difference between then and midrangers ... midrangers are beautifull and has good performace is just that with a ex flagship u get the best they had to offer in the moment and a device that workes excellent and u have a lot of support from developers
Synthetic benchmarks are useless. iOS is only good for running benchmarks while Android is better with real app performance.
Why has this auther deliberately neglected to mention the screen resolutions..O..let me guess..who's the auther.
NP Pal, 15 Jan 2016Everybody......fans of Apple and those who know that Apple can NEVER do this, a notice to ALL!... moreYeah man, a few extra millimeters for electricity to move, such a big deal with lightspeed /s
I wonder who understands all these minor diff in phones. Mostly people buy flagship phones because are desperate to show off & they can afford it.
Show off is the best feeling actually.
You will hardly find people who use most the features in these phones. Apple will use jargon invented names to sound that they are the best & Android will use numbers in camera ram cores etc to sound that they have upgraded from the previous model.
At the end it depends what is the news & where the maximum crowd is moving.
The buyer pays & seller wins any day
ayang85, 15 Jan 2016I believe you didn't get your homework done properly. iPhone 6S is great at multi-tasking, inf... moreThe iPhone 6S IOS suspends to ram while Android doesn't however Samsung has very strict process control in place as having apps running in the background drains the battery very quick. The S6 seems to only allow 2 apps to run simultaneously in the background before it clears them and have to be reloaded. I have a App Trainstation that runs in the background in 4hrs 50% of your battery could be drained by then.
This is fact. The Soc found on 6s is next gen compared to the competition in 2015. The Soc that would be released in 2016 may match the performance of 6s which is a 2015 phone. Apple nailed it when it came to 64 bit computing and now this A9 chip.
Ya right, from Antutu which you probably can ignore it, besides comparing with the same spec phones.
I do like Apple's soc has better single thread performance though, that's something we need in Android.
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2016Enough of your ignorancy... Apple hasn't created any SPECIAL CPU, they just put special instr... moreNo, Apple have the same ARM license as Qualcomm (and a few others like nVidia) and develop there own custom CPU design. If anything Qualcomms design resembles ARM reference design more than Apples design do, Apple have gone for a more wider design.