zacsaturday, 22 Feb 2016Uhhh... Z5 Premium is 4K, which is much less than QHD (around 2K)"Uhhh... Z5 Premium is 4K, which is much less than QHD (around 2K)"
I am not sure that even you understand what you are talking about. Clearly!
Read again your comment. If that makes sense to you then write again and I will suggest something for your case. Cheers.
I will wait until there is a device that can rendering gfx 3.0 manhattan with 60 fps.
Anonymous, 22 Feb 2016Iphone 6s still beats them allReally? Its not on these lists because its benchmarks to to low to make it on the list.
Uhhh... Z5 Premium is 4K, which is much less than QHD (around 2K)
Anonymous, 22 Feb 2016Iphone 6s still beats them allYes.. by dropping through the bottom of the chart. First flagship to be overtaken by the mid range competitors ... yes iphone can doe it.
On the other point. Z5 premium scores above S7 on onscreen benchmarks, because it is running 1080p and not 4k, while Samsung is always running 1440p. I belive this is important to mention. Because otherwise it seems strange - how comes Samsung S7 blows it away on 1080p off screen, while on screen it seems loosing.
More or less just about same strenght as Adreno 430(last year) with same resolution.
This is what Samsung called an innovation and bring benefit.This is BS.
The Mali 880 with 12cores with 2k
Is just a lil bit better than adreno 430 with fullhd
And same as the adreno 430 with HD screen
I am very a shamed of you sammy
Mexico's variant is always exynos, I like custom roms but almost no one here care for that
Exynos variant only coming to North American markets because the CDMA radio that accompanies it.
I'd prefer the SD variant over the Exynos even if the exynos performs better.
nobrain3000, 21 Feb 2016Which one comes to europe? Any news? Hope to see the sd820.I'm willing to bet Europe will get the Snapdragon version. I think Asian markets are the only ones that get the Exynos SoCs.
SteveCook, 21 Feb 2016The exynos version is better only at the multi core performance,single core is weak,GPU is 201... moreI would opt for the Exynos chipset due to the use of better DAC (digital to analogue) converters generally.
Us Australians typically get snapdragon variants flooding our market.
If both were before me, equally priced, and the Exynos sounded better (which has been the case EVERY TIME so far), I'd go Exynos and never think twice about the decision.
It generally takes a couple of years before widespread software makes use of 'cutting edge' power, so any speed advantage may never be noticed in day to day usage (outside of benchmarks).
A throttling cpu on the other hand isn't much fun, and benchmark numbers do not always reveal 'real world' usage.
Both chipsets have power in 'overkill' mode.
Yeah it's really nice because the exynos is a good chipset no heating and no hanging issue like j2 .
SteveCook, 21 Feb 2016I wasn't looking only at benchmarks but at Gflops too,the Mali t880 has got 285 Gflops while t... moreBenchmarks confirming real world performance will be needed.
When AMD introduced the 7000 series, it had crazy low throughput but punched way above its' weight.
An early z-cull in hardware can reduce the need for bandwidth considerably.
We need to understand the 'tech', if you will, of both chips to understand why the manufacturers opted for certain design considerations.