divis200, 27 Aug 2016First, oneplus 3 doesn't come with cyanogenmod or custom kernels out of the box. Second, I've ... moreYou are completely missing the point. What you are barking at is a ironical post about benchmark scores. Since you are reading so much about technology, desperately trying to comprehend what means what you should really know what the SD821 is: a higher clocked version of the SD820. That is not much of a breakthrough. So the ironical mocking of Le's -honestly spoken- brilliant score is absolutely on point. My OP3 is underclocked to 1,7GHz and still flies. And please, do not make any assumptions about "people like me". You srsly don't know who you're talking to.
Emerakd, 27 Aug 2016He obviously doesn't know his numbers. An OP3 with Cyanogen does around 150k in Antutu. Out of... moreFirst, oneplus 3 doesn't come with cyanogenmod or custom kernels out of the box. Second, I've just checked your ElementalX kernel roms. It scores not around 150k, more like 146k antutu. Even if it's not 20k now, it's still 16k missing. 10% cpu overclock doesn't mean 10% overall increase of antutu score. Only cpu. Let's say your cpu scores 30k, it would score 33k after overclock, but even 10% would probably be too much for a phone to handle. Extra heat and power usage would make the device unusable if you could overclock it and if the device heats up it usually throttles. You might say that you can disable throttling, but that would leave permanent damage, could even break your phone. Let's say you could overclock your phone by 10% without problems, where do other 13k from the overall score go? 13k would be ~+38% overclock. That small overclock would take a lot of your battery life too even though it already isn't good. Also, you are saying overclocked this, overclocked that, but you don't know how benchmarks work or how overclocking affects your device and try to say that I don't know anything? Every day after I prove my point people like you appear, claiming to be smart when they're not. I'm spending hours every day reading about technology, trying to understand how it works and yet people like you without doing anything claim to prove me wrong. If LeEco Le 2s Pro gets overclocked and gets custom kernels, it should blow your scores away by your thinking. It will blow your scores away without any overclocking. I would love to see you showing your overclocked score, since you're thinking this is so simple. Oh, please use your overclocked device without no underclocking full time too. After you do that I'd like to know if your phone lasted a full day. I almost forgot to ask. Why are there no overclocked scores for your oneplus 3 if it allows overclocking? No one in forums talks about overclocking.
AnonD-576206, 27 Aug 2016This dude knows his numbers...Btw the other guy just made a fool of himselfHe obviously doesn't know his numbers. An OP3 with Cyanogen does around 150k in Antutu. Out of the box. You could just use a custom kernel and overclock the cpu a little. EX kernel for example allows overclocking. Around 10-15% should suffice. 150k + 10% => 165k. Voila.
AnonD-357954, 27 Aug 2016My OP3 with overclocking scores 1,62,000 in Antutu 6.2.1. Lame SD 821. :PYou can't overclock it. I've searched everywhere and there is no kernel that supports it. By the way, to get 20k extra antutu score from cpu overclock, you'd need to overclock your cpu by ~+66%. I would be surprised if your phone didn't lit on fire. It probably didn't because you didn't overclock your phone. If you overclocked your phone that much it'd mean that you have 2x 3.57GHz + 2x 2.66GHz cores. PC CPUs have a hard time overclocking and 66% would be extreme. Do you imagine what'd happen to your phone which doesn't have any cooling? Probably you don't because you thought you'd brag about your non existant number without thinking what overclocking means and how do you get that score. 20k extra antutu score isn't anything to brag about, but it's impossible to get that much just by overclocking with the technology we have now on our phones.
The last 2 pictures, is very identical with alleged Mi Note 2 Pro (6GB/128GB, 16MP front/2x12MP rear), except for the Mi's logo at top corner as the Xiaomi flagship marks.
In terms of performance, how will both versions differ . One has a higher processing power, another has lower resolution display.
When is it coming out? If Sami goes the 6 months upgrade with Note they will be ruining their reputation more.
My OP3 with overclocking scores 1,62,000 in Antutu 6.2.1. Lame SD 821. :P