ssbatman21, 16 Mar 2016People who are asking mediatek to learn from exynos and snapdragon should knw that both of tho... moreBut the SD650 and 652 use stock ARM cores (A72 and A53) and they're still more powerful than the Helio X10. Even the SD625 (8xA53) is a worthy competitor. Although, from early benchmarks, the Helio X20 will be better than SD650/652, but only in CPU. GPU performance will be more or less the same.
i don't want that shit.
it's way too large. max. 5" is great
Why 5.7 inch smartphone, when have to do meizu the new smartphone 4.7 inch Full HD with helio x25
Too many no names brand carry mediatek chipset. I never trust them ever again. Yes, it is high quality but if you pit it into a brand that doesn't even know how to optimized the chipset it is still end up being useless.
X20 is rumored to be plauged by overheating issue and clocking the CPU & GPU higher may lead to make conditions even worse...and A53 cores are meant to be power-efficient not performance oriented.so mediatek should stop clocking their CPUs too high....
Anonymous, 16 Mar 2016too many high-end processors by media tek these daysbut, currently mediatek "high end" are only x10 and x20.
current mediatek "High end" is on par with SD "mid end".
x20 is on par or slightly better than SD 650.
putting x20 on a phone and call it flagship is a joke (at least in term of performance).
Mediatek you shoud a little brainwash customers like qualcomm, apple is doing. ;)
AnonD-425888, 16 Mar 2016If you speed up it will use more power, its like a car, if you speed up it will use more gas. SoooThe way the big.little cluster core setup works is very complicated so your logic is invalid.
From what I know the two a72 cores will run for a short time at 2.5 GHz then shift to 2.3ghz with all a53 cores active and if heating further the a72 cores turn off and this works as an octacore.Still the official details are not out and the details which I have are from a tech blog speculation.
I have only good things to say about Meizu phones. Currently using an MX5 and really happy with it. It is the best performing X10 enabled phone out there. Top build quality and stable software (if a little quirky) as well.
Will be interested in this phone for sure. The Pro 5 is still a great buy at around 400 USD to be honest so those looking for a flagship level performing phone, look no further.
I love my Meizu Pro 5 - best phone I have had yet. Will definitely consider the Pro 6 but only if battery life is just as good as the Pro 5. Actually, I may go for the MX6 as it is a more convenient size. I only bought the Pro 5 because the MX5 did not come with band 7 (2600). Anyway, I love the whole UI of Meizu phones so will definitely buy again.
AnonD-425888, 16 Mar 2016If you speed up it will use more power, its like a car, if you speed up it will use more gas. SoooUnless the car driven in question has an all-electric powertrain or has a drivetrain that runs on hydrogen fuel cells. Where's le gas there? I don't smell any gasoline there
AnonD-221755, 16 Mar 2016There is no point in buying a Meizu device. They hardly let the boot loader be unlocked and ba... moreThis guy is right, used the MX2 and very regreting I bought this brand. The OS sucks and lack of community support. Even they have the strongest hardward, I will not buy again.
Anonymous, 16 Mar 2016soo many cores!! battery life killer. mediatek should learn from snapdragon and EXYNOS And Intel too ;)
There is no point in buying a Meizu device. They hardly let the boot loader be unlocked and barely provide the source code / kernel source for their devices. Using all the effort of the open source community without giving anything back.
they can instead using 4x72+4xA53 (SD 652), or just...
2xA72+2xA53, (yes, a QUADCORE), but because it has much fewer core it eat less power = less heat, they might able clock it real high.
also, upgrade the GPU up to MP16, but mediatek is known for stingy, i mean, really stingy for this matter