Anonymous, 17 Nov 2016The Snapdragon 835 is expected to be in devices in the first half of 2017.
S8 And ... moreDude,
Come back to reality...
Expectations will ALWAYS be different to Reality
The Snapdragon 835 is expected to be in devices in the first half of 2017.
S8 And G6 Both come in February. NO SNAP 835 on G6 And S8??? hmm S8 Exynos and G6 Nuclun.
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2016Geekbench single score no way. Multi core may.
GPU (in GFX bench) probably not.
A10 is a b... morewhy that different happened in geekbench 4 than geekbench 3
for android devices than ios devices
AnonD-562549, 17 Nov 2016835 is going to beat iPhone 7 in Geekbench aswell as Antutu benchmarks a little bitnot much of an Apple user but on cores, SD ain't beating the overpricing company, even A10 Fusion can beat SDs chips
AnonD-562549, 17 Nov 2016835 is going to beat iPhone 7 in Geekbench aswell as Antutu benchmarks a little bitApple has always had the fastest smartphones. For example when the snapdragon 820 came out it was barely faster than the a9 and the 820 came out 4 months after apple released their processor
AnonD-562549, 17 Nov 2016835 is going to beat iPhone 7 in Geekbench aswell as Antutu benchmarks a little bitGeekbench single score no way. Multi core may.
GPU (in GFX bench) probably not.
A10 is a beast, current android flagships are not near it and theit next get would merely be matching A10 but even then ... not always.
Drax, 17 Nov 2016With the advancement in mobile GPUs, we are seeing console quality games like Mortal Combat X,... moreNaaah more like controls (honestly, touch is very bad control scheme for games) and battery life (it sips as if there is no Tommorow when gaming). Overheating can easily be solved in way similar to Sony's and Samsung's (heatpipes that drive most of the heat onto a plate that you rarely touch).
AnonD-482637, 17 Nov 201627 improved performance OR 40 efficient battery. Well done. If you choose to make it performan... moreBetter make it performance. You can get more battery by simply adding 1mm in thickness (phones are way too thin anyway) which would add more Mah to the battery. Or better yet make them replaceable again (infinite battery).
Performance on the other hand is harder to come by. So please Qualcomm, turn the benefits of the shrink into better performance...
Hoffmann, 17 Nov 2016835 will still be much slower than Apple's A10 Fusion chip. Just admit it. (Android fan)835 is going to beat iPhone 7 in Geekbench aswell as Antutu benchmarks a little bit
AnonD-515600, 17 Nov 2016Let's see if qc4 is gonna be faster than oppo's vooc It is faster but not sure if they fixed the charging heat from the phone
e-sr4, 17 Nov 2016Pixel actually use a pathetic underclocked/underpowered sd821 that's the real truth Yes I know that they are using the 1st version of 821..
But since Pixel is using the 1st version of SD821, it is called as 821 not 820. 820 has missing features from 821. Which is the reason why you should not call Pixel as 820
It is to be expected that due to Quick Charge 4, the Samsung 2017 flagships will explode even harder!!
AnonD-562549, 17 Nov 2016It's 821 actually... not 820Pixel actually use a pathetic underclocked/underpowered sd821 that's the real truth
AnonD-78978, 17 Nov 2016loooool :) Did you know that Pixel is based on Qualcomm 820? ;)It's 821 actually... not 820
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2016They have been promising 30% this 50% that for years now and battery still lasts a day most of... moreBlame the QHD screen resolution and the bloatwares. The gain in battery efficiency of newer SoCs is wasted on higher screen resolutions (for example QHD) and the bloatwares that are pre-installed and are running in the backround by default. Blame the manufacturers for doing it. And in the end, blame the people who think QHD screen resolution in phones is a necessity, because they got brainwashed by the marketing.
AnonD-607331, 17 Nov 2016samsung will be making sd83x processorsA bad omen for skipping a number?
With the advancement in mobile GPUs, we are seeing console quality games like Mortal Combat X, Asphalt 8 etc on major platforms but the biggest problem is that if we play those graphics intensive games for longer durations, the phones start to heat up. This is one thing holding the mobile gaming industry back. There has to be some solutions to this..
Qualcomm is very secretive about their flagship-to-be this time. Why??