If say SD820 processor warm then u should try out the s810 then compare which processor is warm
I smell a load of Bs. The Sd 820 gets warm on mundane tasks? My phone has never ever got warm on such basic tasks. While gaming yes it does get a bit warm but that's natural.
Look at how slow the html5(parse and Dom) are.
This is one of the, few, areas, where a72 and a10 absolutely demolishes kryo.
I'd love to know, exactly, what is going on what that benchmark so we can see what the specific problem is with kryo.
Mzma PIB, 07 Oct 2016Pixel use SD821 due to 3D touch & Ultrasonic finger print feature where SD820 doesn't have... morepeople always said 3d touch and finger print was gimmick and useless ... look like samsung , they used iris scanner , more advance and innovated ...
"The 820 gets warm all the time"
Uuhh, where did you come up with that blanket generalization? Let me guess, you have the SD820 variant S7 or S7 Edge with it's GREAT SOFTWARE OPTIMIZATION (HEAVY sarcasm).
My OnePlus 3 doesn't get "warm on mundane tasks" as you stated in your article, quite the opposite. The only time I've gotten her "warm" was using StarWalk 2, which is more processor intensive than most high frame games, and by no means was it "hot".
We all know the first run of the 810 was binned poorly and had throttling issues, however, it was corrected with the SD810 rev. 2 & 3, but haters gonna hate, and now, the trolls are out on the 820 as well.
Take your blatent generalizations elsewhere.
Google seems to have dropped the ball this time.
When asking for iphone-like prices they should have put inside something special as far as hardware is concerned,eg snapdragon 830 or a tailored A73 cored processor.
Their last hope is their camera but they really need to drop the price at least 30% for them to be competitive with the iphone.
Anyway if they abandon the Nexus program I will probably migrate to Xiaomi for good or even the to the iphone
The reason is geekbench 4 based on i5 and apple core are closely related to intel core but snapdragon core are different. thats the reason may be.
Pixel use SD821 due to 3D touch & Ultrasonic finger print feature where SD820 doesn't have it & not due to SD821 performance better than SD820...
Chrome and all those other apps aren't good metrics to use. Chrome is constantly taxing the cpu cores for no darn reason. It's a data and battery hog of a browser...stay away from it!
It's because it's still clocked the same as an 820. 2.15ghz x2 and 1.6ghz x2. The GPU is also still clocked at 624mhz. Simply put it is still an 820.
We will have to wait till some other 821 phones come out to see what the scores look like at 2.35ghz x2 and 2.15ghz x2. Probably around 1800/5000.
once again meaningless numbers, if i had one wish id wish that people werent so obssed with artificial benchmarks you would think well since the iphone 7 has almost twice a single core score then apps,camera speed etc etc should be twice as much right??? and thats not the case
It's an overclocked SD820. Just how exactly would that equate to better cooling? You guys need better writers.
I believe there are no performance improvements, due to google underclocking the SD821 inside the Pixel phones. They are running at 2.15/1.6Ghz vs stock SD821 2.4/2Ghz.
So it is essentially running at SD820 clocks but should have improved efficiency and power draw. Obviously google are trying to prioritize battery life over raw performance.