They should do a version of the S7 with a removable battery and a microSD port with a 6 inch screen.
This would be the perfect phablet !
Still proud of my SD 801.... It's cool, not laggy and fast. I dont play games on my phone, i dont use FB, Tweeter or any other social network and i dont download any app from Google "Lagstore"... and guess what ??? - My Z2 runs smooth like on the first day i got it.
Tablets are meant for all those things, not phones.
lol, 27 Jan 2016You forgot all the web benchmarks and Basemark.web benchmark bench the web browser. You will get two different result on same systen running different browser.
PSV Eindhoven, 27 Jan 2016I used to think that Snapdragon was the best chipset for a phone. I didn't trust MediaTek afte... moresamsung s6=2k, android: free os with unlimited posibilities to customize
iphone 6s=-330ppi, IOS: restrictive os for cuztomize or make something personal
REal life: samsung wins
Jonny4, 27 Jan 2016Even if the S820 scores worse I bet it will still get better battery life than the Kirin or Ex... morethat's because it's so slow that noone wants to run anything worthwhile on it.
ithehappy, 27 Jan 2016You must be the troll king I suppose. Cause even the premium trolls will find it hard to say t... moreI agree that LG is weak sauce when it comes to their UI, but let's not troll the trolls. Anyone calling iOS a lightweight OS is either trolling or doesn't know what they're talking about. iOS is indeed an excellent mobile OS, but lightweight? From iOS 8 to 9.2.1, the average is 1.8GB per ipsw, where a lightweight, vanilla version of Android averages between 250MB and 600MB; add in core GApps and you MIGHT break 1GB. iOS is all about optimization, and complex optimization = more thread efficiency and energy reduction algorithms = more base code = bigger OS.
iOS has its advantages over Android, and Android has its advantages over iOS, but please try to refrain from baseless, factually inaccurate statements like: "iOS is a lightweight OS."
How many people get fooled by synthetic performance benchmarks that mean nothing for real world performance?
Maybe if you were born yesterday or this is your first time reading about smartphones that you might think this reflects real world usage in any way.
Anonymous, 27 Jan 2016snapdragon has always been lagging behind exynos. This isn't shocking.Can you read? It's 8 cores ik Exynos vs 4 cores in Snapdragon. Put 8 of the custom cores instead of 4 and Snapdragon would lead the same as its losing now. But only if all 8 cores would be custom Kryo cores.
I don't care about these benchmarks. Samsung make your software compliment the hardware. No one wants clunky and gimmicky software.
Even if the S820 scores worse I bet it will still get better battery life than the Kirin or Exynos. This is only my opinion.
snapdragon has always been lagging behind exynos. This isn't shocking.
I used to think that Snapdragon was the best chipset for a phone. I didn't trust MediaTek after bad experiences. Also I heard bad things about Huawei's chipset. Before I bought my S6, I was concerned about the Exynos 7420 if it would be powerful and stable enough. It's even better than my expectations! I have it almost 4 months now and Samsung definitely convinced me that they can make a chipset like a powerful beast. Simply the best!
illusio, 27 Jan 2016iphone 6s have 2 cores, but also have 6 (SIX) cores for graphics. in real life: 2+6=8 cores You can run CPU tasks on GPU on an iPhone? Never knew. Also, the Exynos 8890 is 20 cores then? (8CPU+12GPU)
Omar Al, 27 Jan 2016I want Exynos. Its faster and has more support from Samyhas more support from Sammy? you mean, about updates? when marshmallow is already released and people started getting lollipop updates :D (only few phones) that's a bad argument. Let's see later tests what we will see.
Anonymous, 27 Jan 2016I cant believe that there are people who wants 4 gb of ram or 8-core 2.2 Ghz processor.. Only ... moreiphone 6s have 2 cores, but also have 6 (SIX) cores for graphics. in real life: 2+6=8 cores