TRUE S7 KILLER AND IPHONE 6S PLUS KILLER. Thank you Vivo....bravoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
AnonD-494168, 23 Feb 2016tell me which program on android runs in 2k or 4k ??? pleeease .. NONE.. even your pc game w... moreXperia Z5 Premium, 4k screen, games play at 1080p then upscaled to 4k to help reduce bandwith needed to run at this resolution but also help remove artifacts of lower resolutions and the blurry effect that is caused when not running at the OLED/LCD's native resolution.
just my opinion , 23 Feb 2016you must not be a android user that's for sure!! My job is an android tester for the last 2 years. I actually know how android works.
Stop the fud and *ask* more ram from OEMs, it's far more important than SoC performance (unless you game a lot).
just my opinion , 23 Feb 2016soo we will be seeing 12gb ram phone from vivo next year!!! this is becoming a joke or ridicu... moreThat's what people said when the zenfone 2 with 4gb of ram was released
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2016Say that to the people who still uses an HTC HD2 and running every OS imaginable.
If you ha... moreDefending Chinese company based on render photo and you use phrases like customer satisfaction, trust, premium, consumer support etc...Lol...
I think you would be ashamed in public as soon as you say that your "premium" 6GB ram phone is Chinese vivo something...
what the hell is vivo...just another Chinese smartphone manufacturer....they are popping like mushrooms after rain
AnonD-487038, 23 Feb 2016MP12 ?sd820 come in pair with andreno 530.
i dont think they put mp12 there
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2016I think this score comes from a 1080p resolution. That would account for the bump from other p... moreif that antutu screenshot is original,
so far this is the best explanation why the antutu score in 3D section reach 68k.
1080 (FHD) must be the resolution.
compare to QHD galaxy S7 which score 38k in 3D section.
AnonD-494168, 23 Feb 2016tell me which program on android runs in 2k or 4k ??? pleeease .. NONE.. even your pc game w... moreIt's 2016, people have powerful GPU's for 2,5k- and 4k-gaming. A single GTX980 or 980 Ti is pretty much enough for most games with nice graphic-treats.
just my opinion , 23 Feb 2016soo we will be seeing 12gb ram phone from vivo next year!!! this is becoming a joke or ridicu... moreThis again. It's getting something of a joke. No, you can't have enough ram.
Simple: Android uses caching, which means that if you had 12gb ram your phone would be a looot faster than if it has 6gb. Imagine all your apps being stored in ram at most times, imagine how much faster would be.
Of course 4gb is enough, but 6gb is a loot faster.
This is a flagship phone, it's *supposed* to be fast. I laugh at those buying 4gb "flagships", so 2015...
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2016I think this score comes from a 1080p resolution. That would account for the bump from other p... moretell me which program on android runs in 2k or 4k ??? pleeease .. NONE..
even your pc game won't manage gaming in 2k or 4k .. u STILL play games in 720p or 1080p
your argument is obsolete ...
even better than samsung ! nice ergonomic aerodynamic futuristic phone ! excellent vivo !
Oooooowww - looks curved at the top and bottom edges instead of the sides.
Now that might be a stroke of genius considering we swipe down for notifications.
Would be useful to see on screen edge notifications when the phone is in a sleeve-like case from the top.
I love innovation :)
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2016Future proofing is good but take into account the percentage of handsets that reach end of lif... moreSay that to the people who still uses an HTC HD2 and running every OS imaginable.
If you have a great phone, people will keep it for awhile. Unless you're part of the iphone sheeps, nobody is dumb enough to waste more money out of their own free will if they don't see the need for it. Be it if you're poor or a millionaire, everything has a value and only until the item no longer possess an inherent value to the user will they then upgrade. Having a future-proof not only instill confidence in said company, but it's also build the trust between the company and its users.
Take a look at this phone and sayy...for instance, the LG G5. Look at that ugly phone with gimmicky add-on vs. the premium look and feel of the XPlay5 both inside and out. You can't tell me with a straight face that you'll use the G5 for more than 6mos because you're too ashamed to show off that phone in public and would probably put a case on it. Now look at the XPlay 5, it exudes confidence and presence with the internals to back it up for years to come.
Future-proofing goes far more than just using a phone longer than the next iteration comes out, it builds a relationship and add value between the consumer and the company.
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2016Future proofing is good but take into account the percentage of handsets that reach end of lif... moreI hear you, not necessarily agree with it completely. Agreed on many handsets not reaching 2 years lifetime, but there would be few people who continue to use them for more than 2 years. For them, it is definitely useful. Also, your phone would not slow down due to major OS upgrades due to lack of RAM even after 1 year.
Also the additional cost for extra 2GB RAM might not be that high anyway, so the majority of customers (who change their phones within 2 years) don't get impacted significantly cost-wise (specifically due to RAM), still get better multi-tasking capabilities as benefit. Just my thoughts.