SHOCK-WAVE, 10 Sep 2016dont say we only u cant use the cores. i use the multiple cores to convert videos, converting ... more"i use the multiple cores to convert videos, converting of office docs etc and thats where the octa cores made my work easier and faster. try some thing else."
IPhone does all of those faster, so sorry.
Note 7 Timelapse video render time 27s iPhone 6s does same in 12s. Thats a huge difference.
Thats the real power, so again where those extra cores helps?
Savor , 10 Sep 2016I love reading these benchmark scores and laugh. Of course iPhones will score better on single... moreBeen awhile since you used an iPhone? :) I have not used iTunes for many many year now.
Anonymous, 10 Sep 2016exynos 8890 and kirin 955 pretty much wipes the floor at muti-core benchmarks Again. You can not compare the score you see in this article from A10 with the score Exynos 8890 has in Geekbench 3, the scores are not comparable. In Geekbench 4 they both have pretty much the same multi-core score while the A10 has almost twice the score in single core. The A10 is way ahead!
Duel, 10 Sep 2016And in all these years we haven't seen a one single benefit from that in performance wise. ... moredont say we only u cant use the cores. i use the multiple cores to convert videos, converting of office docs etc and thats where the octa cores made my work easier and faster. try some thing else.
I love reading these benchmark scores and laugh. Of course iPhones will score better on single core tests. It only has two of them. While Android wins multicore since quad or octa is on them.
Besides, all that power and smoothness, and Apple traps everyone to use iTunes, iTunes, iTunes. I can't even delete a photo album on an iPhone without syncing it to iTunes. It takes seconds for me to move files around or delete them using ES File Explorer or QuickPic. I have to wait minutes for iTunes to open and do a backup that I don't want. Can't read my MKV or AVI files either. No torrent apps unless jailbreak. No custom launchers. Same static, boring homescreen with a different wallpaper.
Will when any of you iOS fans ever get it? iTunes and a closed ecosystem is mostly a cash grab and waste of time for people who don't know jack about tech. You brag smoothness, ecosystem, and software updates when you are all under Apple's pockets and chained under their proprietary propaganda. But hey, go run and get your new iPhone 7 with the splashy black options. Lipstick on a pig. Then be bored of it days later since superficial design doesn't last and doesn't innovate the industry.
I already got used to it and don't mind the lag of Android as long as I get the options to make it better. Android offers all that. Micro-sd slot is a must. Removable battery is a huge bonus if it was offered. Hoping Nokia joins LG in the Android world with removable battery next year. I don't want to depend my usage and phone's life on a sealed battery.
My favorite OEMs -
Motorola (unbreakable screen last year and nobody bats an eye)
The first two are the real mobile pioneers. LG is the remaining holdout for removable batteries and quietly innovative.
I tried to like Samsung and Apple again this year with the Note7 and iPhone 7 and I still can't. I already know something better will be announced in six months. Rather get a Sony PlayStation 4 than back two brands with fatal flaws between them. Samsung still hasn't learned in software. Apple is still years behind with hardware features and still myopic with tech. Pass on seven. Wait for the eight...
Anonymous, 10 Sep 2016exynos 8890 and kirin 955 pretty much wipes the floor at muti-core benchmarks And in all these years we haven't seen a one single benefit from that in performance wise.
Even one year old 6s wipes floor with android devices performance.
can't even do half the things on iphone.
mediocre features compared to what the android OS offers.
iOS is only suitable for kids
exynos 8890 and kirin 955 pretty much wipes the floor at muti-core benchmarks
Dylan Walker, 10 Sep 2016I am by no means an apple fan, the only apple device I "owned" was the iPod touch 4th gen. My ... more"apple does a very good job of running a very stable operating system on low specs"
Except in reality Apple specs are best in the business and thats why it runs so well.
Anonymous, 10 Sep 2016No it means there is something up with the test as it only using 2 cores I.e. It's fake or th... moreA10, just as A9, still have two high performance cores. These are the ones being used in the test, not all 4 cores.
Zune, 09 Sep 2016Dude, look at geekbench 4 not 3, the a10 scores are for geekbench 4, on geek bench 4, snappy 8... moreNo it means there is something up with the test as it only using 2 cores
I.e. It's fake or the test is full of it
Something is very wrong with this test software and it shows the the android test is not the same, so this is fake or very bad software
Why does it say 2 core and list the hi spec CPU cores and speed, this is fake or it's clear that the iOS ver show fake scores over the android ver so making this software a joke
I am by no means an apple fan, the only apple device I "owned" was the iPod touch 4th gen. My mum and sister have iPad mini 4, and from my experience, apple does a very good job of running a very stable operating system on low specs. But I guess to make more money, they have to make bigger and better.
No one needs 3GB of ram, especially on Iphones.
No one needs fingerprint readers and all these other bells and whistles.
Its all just means of making more money by milking it as long as possible.
I recently got a cheap nasty Huawei phone. They basically tried to make an IOS on Android experience, but failed miserably.
Does anyone know what phone runs a almost near stock version of android and is reasonable cheap, but also has a decent things I need, ya know, things like big battery, big camera, and fast enough to not be laggy? And not too expensive!
I might get the New Nokia Android phone that's coming out hopefully soon :)
Vegetaholic, 09 Sep 2016What is most amazing about this article is single core score of 3233. My desktop i7 3770k ivy ... morei gatta admit the numbers do look impressive, but here is what i know the desktop cpu is designed to run on an OS that is bassed os ASCII meaning it designed for multiple instruction handling and alot more advanced OS types than cellphone SoCs can handle and also must support multiple OS tyoes. the u come to other non apple SoCs they also can handle and support multiple OS types like Windows Mobile, ubuntu, tizen, Android etc without needing any reconfiguration at the hardware level and still yeild good results meaning they are more dynamic and easy to work with. now apple SoCs and made specifically for for thier IOS operating system whuch is based on a RiSC model of data processing which is inferior to the desktop model of data processing. for a device compared to its own kind in the apple keep it is impressive but compared to other products i doubt this SoC will be able to pull its weight if lets say u were to compare it to exynos 8890.for example have two device's runing ubuntu mobile and their hardware was apples A10 and the other exynos 8890 i dont think apples SoC will be able to handle the load of an OS made for multiple hardware platforms. the number in these case dont realy mean anything except marketing and over inflating apples iphone 7 image.
Now i am seriously thinking that apple sales r really very down.Therefore they have given their best to make this phone Super Hit.
1st time Quad core processor,3 Gb ram, stereo speakers,dual camera,new touch pad Home button,Water proof,New colour.
They want to sell it as Good as iPhone 6.
Iphone 6/+ r best selling iPhones for Apple.
C'mon there's nothin wrong with the iphone 7 except with the DISPLAY RES.. Diplay Res matters most in Smartphone Experience!
QHD APPLE PLEASE!
Fact: LG G3 was launched in 2014 with QHD res diplay.