All of u guys talking about low resolution on iphones during 3D testing, let me tell u these tests are running on 1080p. Screen resolution is kept same to compare different devices. Tested on iphone 4s , ipad mini 1, galaxy s4. You can try the same.
The iphone is able to score so much the new antutu v6.0 works on the basis of CPU+RAM : UX : 3D design to be 1:1:1 and we all know how high resolution is the Apple'so called iphone 6s and so the processor and gpu of the phone need so much power than the other phones to push those so called retina display which are just to say a 720p or just around the corner around 800p thats all how it is no offence apple with you just showing how the power is being compared
Duel, 14 Jan 2016So funny how mad you get about this news :D clearly this mattered lot to you :DYour reply makes no sense. I think you replied to the wrong comment?
I admit it, it was an awesome benchmark score. But, I'd rather buy a new Macbook or Gaming laptop than iPhone 6s anyday. My old iPhone 5 even My old Nokia 6700 slide still good and can do the fundamental things of phone : Make a Call, Messaging, Internet, etc.
Numbers don't lie. So stop crying fandroids
sr777, 14 Jan 2016Really! Can iOS 9 run on something similar to SD200 or SD400 like Android Marshmallow or ... moreAndroid lags in high ends too except for nexus
why has graphics gained so much importance in this test. In my experience with low end smartphones, stronger cpu with mediocre gpu actually allows better user experience compared to mediocre cpu and better gpu.
AnonD-416152, 14 Jan 2016This is false test from by Apple, who still can not believe in this nonsense .Apple is engage... moreDon't be a joke dude..
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2016Benchmarks have become irrelevant with modern smartphones. so hardware is nullified in most c... moreThis is false test from by Apple, who still can not believe in this nonsense .Apple is engaged in manipulation, in order to sell more of their phones
All the results are Fabricated and Apple iphone 6s is very nice and powerful phone no doubt. But it doesn't top the list in Antutu benchmark. Apple should use some other trick to sale their phones.
I thought these tests were done usually as soon as a new device hits the market? How come its taken 4 months for a benchamark test to arrive from these or am i missing something, im also sure that when they last benchmarked the phone it scored way less then this, still above 100k but way less then this and didnt an xiaomi also score 100+k with an SD820 on board? Im ot up with these benchmarks so i could be way off, if apple topped out then well done, but can someone answer me this? Are synthetic benchmarks even still usefull in modern phones be it apple android or whatever? I mean flagships have been stupidly powerful for a few years now, and coming from a current note 5 and galaxy s range user i can pretty much say i havent suffered issues since my s2 with the odd freezing exception but that happens in all technology including apple, is this mearly a p**sing contest? Mearly one only brainless people thst actually think numbers matter in day to day facrbooking, snapchatting etc usage, i have yet to find any apps that can take full advantage of modern phone chips
Benchmarks have become irrelevant with modern smartphones.
so hardware is nullified in most cases.
what matters is the software.
iOS is a joke.
And here is the 2011 device...
How are People comparing iOS to Android. I use both cause i cant give up my iPad for its battery life and Stability, on the other Hand my Phone runs Android and Its Not slow if know your way around . Also for the usb host, expansion and almost millions of Terabytes on xda in Terms of Roms, hacks and apps which could simply be copied and installed on the Phone.
Duel, 14 Jan 2016this has to be biggest nonsense heard in a long time. Even first iPhone 2007 worked smoothly. ... moreReally!
Can iOS 9 run on something similar to SD200 or SD400 like Android Marshmallow or Windows 10 Mobile do?
Any mobile OS can fly on a high end processor. If Android or Windows run on a A9 processor, they will fly like iOS.
Again I am saying iOS needs powerful processors to work smoothly. It can't work
on low end processors like other mobile OSes. On low end processors it will be lagging.
I have been an android user since 2011 until this year where I have decided to switch to iOS, specifically iphone 6s. I must admit this phone is a beast in terms of gaming performance. Heavy games with online multiplayer are very fluid, so if you are a gamer, iphone 6s or 6s plus would really be perfect. After extensive gaming like 2 to 3 hours, this phone still runs very smooth and the games still run very smooth as well. I cannot compare this with my previous android phones where they tend to slow down a little bit during extensive heavy games (multiplayer) with higher resolution settings.
I must also admit iOS is a closed ecosystem and I still find android OS to be perfect in terms of downloading any applications without restrictions, transferring files from one device to another, accessories support, etc., but in terms of performance, I would honestly say that this iphone 6s or 6s plus is a beast. If you are a gamer and would like to play any heavy games without worrying if the game would slow down or lag, iphone 6s or 6s Plus is a perfect phone for you.
shame for note5...
meaningless benchmark is meaningless
Let d upgrade note 5 with Marshmallow then note 5 and s6 family will break 2lac target
Duel, 14 Jan 2016this has to be biggest nonsense heard in a long time. Even first iPhone 2007 worked smoothly. ... moreKinda nonsense too i guess. I'm using the 5th generation iPod Touch which i think has a processor from 2011 and while it's smooth in certain cases, it's no longer as smooth as it was when it was on iOS 6. I have all sorts of frame drops and stuttering every now and then on iOS 9. iOS is getting heavier so it need a lot of power. Find it hard to believe you say 2007 device run smoothly.
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