Strange, the s7 exynos and s7 snapdragon heat comparison Shows more throtteling on the exynos s7 (testet with antutu runs)
Still interesting, that the nexus, while throtteling, isn't throtteling more or worse than the new Phones. So does the 810 still overheat or is that just state of the art these days?
I said this about the adreno GPU soon after it was announced, anandtech speculated the same thing, that it would get hot quicker and use more battery. That's why the Mali GPU isn't necessarily worse just because its slightly lower on benchmarks.
Mirkran, 14 Apr 2016Please, stop the ranting. It's obvious that Qualcomm needs to improve their GPU design, but do... moreWhy not, they are given a chipset with limitations. So it's up to them to customize a proper cooling system.
Please, stop the ranting. It's obvious that Qualcomm needs to improve their GPU design, but don't go condemning the brand. The test showed that Qualcomm has a lot of work to do, that's all.
Alien, 14 Apr 2016Where are G5 fans now? Innovation my az! More like lying Its metal while in fact is plastic ... moreDon't forget that S7 has its own SD820 version. It's not LGs fault, it's just Qualcomm. They're messing up recently in this stupid race for the highest frequencies. First 810, now 820. I think I'll look towards Helio or Kirin this time.
Alien, 14 Apr 2016Where are G5 fans now? Innovation my az! More like lying Its metal while in fact is plastic ... moreNow i ask you this. What are the innovation of your samsung besides its not much important edge screen. Oh wait. You're using the flat version of galaxy s6.5
izuan raqiib, 14 Apr 2016I agree with sony and samsung is the best company....Shut up samsung fanboy. Most people only buy phones for texting, make call, etc. Not much people play games for to long. Besides it will not laggy after certain months like your samsung.
Alien, 14 Apr 2016Where are G5 fans now? Innovation my az! More like lying Its metal while in fact is plastic ... moreAre you that obtuse? It is a metal phone but the aluminum is coated in a thick layer of primer paint. You should research more carefully before jumping to conclusions.