Alimehdi, 25 Feb 2017Samsung too was using 4GB of RAM if one plus was using 4GB. Then why S7 was able to keep Aspha... moreBetter ram management. Like I said the initial Oneplus firmware was full of bugs. Honestly just look oneplus 3 tests from August 2016 onwards, it's not even close.
And again it's not due to optimization as the rest of 6GB phones show a similar behavior from the get go (for example le eco 3), ie crash lower ram phones. OnePlus 3 was rushed into production with an incomplete firmware, once the issues were fixed it was in its regular self.
OnePlus 3T had no such issues at all in fact..,
Alimehdi, 25 Feb 2017Samsung too was using 4GB of RAM if one plus was using 4GB. Then why S7 was able to keep Aspha... moreIt's because the One Plus 3 had a more aggressive memory management scheme in place... And it also helped save battery charge.
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2017This is on prerelease OnePlus software before the ram fix (which they released shortly after).... moreSamsung too was using 4GB of RAM if one plus was using 4GB. Then why S7 was able to keep Asphalt 8 in memory while the one plus couldn't?
Alimehdi, 25 Feb 2017I am not asking you a three phone comparison and the one you showed is a snapdragon variant. I... moreThis is on prerelease OnePlus software before the ram fix (which they released shortly after). In other words it's an outdated test, even C4etech show one plus 3 to be faster once ram fix is applied (which it did after August 2016).
Basically OnePlus was only using 4GB of ram (in most occations) due to prerelease software bugs... again that's not lack of optimization, that's an easily fixable bug (that they did solve shortly)
In later C4etech test oneplus is referred as the king (and is only overtaken by oneplus 3t). Pay closer attention.
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2017It loses badly, it's not even close: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otwED6s3rCQ IF your... moreI am not asking you a three phone comparison and the one you showed is a snapdragon variant. I asked you to compare it with exynos variant. Here is the link for pure comparison between both phones. https://youtu.be/vYv8YQJbJaQ
Alimehdi, 24 Feb 2017See a speed test netween Galaxy J7 prime which has 3GB of ram and huawei p9 lite which have 2... moreI very much doubt it. The Huawei has 2GB of ram, means it reloads more assets more frequently. You always have to keep in mind that most things are recalled from memory in typical use (unless you religiously kill background apps, which is inadvisable), so the 3GB phone will win if not always, most of the times. Even if it loses it will be because too many apps run in the background (I mean 3rd party services like the ones Samsung is fond of sanding a phone with), nothing to do with optimization.
Most phones are similarly optimized, some run more things (at the same time) and some less and that's the whole story. IOS often feels snappier because of how few things it actually runs, that's both a good thing (snappier!) and bad (you can genuinely do fewer thing on ios).
Alimehdi, 24 Feb 2017If you want more, There is Galaxy S7 Edge(4GB) (Exynos) vs One plus 3 (6 GB). S7 edge wins.It loses badly, it's not even close:
IF your test does not include ram retention then it is not a real time speed test. I have no use of benchmarks, they test peak performance, and peak performance is only used in games and even there rarely...
AnonD-304329, 23 Feb 2017The screen of my LG G4 broke yesterday, so LG, I hope to see this device as soon as possible i... moreLG typically releases their G phone series in Europe, though. Heck, the B&O Play module for the G5 was a Europe exclusive! Let's just hope they can release a better phone than the G5, though
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2017Stop talking about things you don't know, you make a fool of yourself. Optimization is not ... moreIf you want more, There is Galaxy S7 Edge(4GB) (Exynos) vs One plus 3 (6 GB). S7 edge wins.
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2017Stop talking about things you don't know, you make a fool of yourself. Optimization is not ... moreSee a speed test netween Galaxy J7 prime which has 3GB of ram and huawei p9 lite which have 2GB in RAM comparison. Huawei wins. Both are android. A phone which is properly optimised will always win against the one not optimised in speed test, even if it HAS nore RAM.
Obi Wan Kenobi, 24 Feb 2017How exactly is the HTC U Ultra better than the V20?You can compare both phones here on GSMArena :
HTC U Ultra LG V20
Gorilla Glass 5 / Saphire glass Gorilla Glass 4
Internal memory 32/64 gig Internal memory 64/128 gig
Snapdragon 820 Snapdragon 821
Camera 88 point on DxOMark Camera 85 points on DxOMark
Second camera 16MP Second camera 5MP
Sound 24 bits Sound 32 bits
Battery 3000mAh Battery 3200mAh
Only on sound and battery V20 wins over U Ultra but overall the HTC U Ultra is the winner.
AnonD-234961, 23 Feb 2017There's also Europe, which is a very important market. Not only Korea and USA.also india !
As long as G6 six as good as advertise & G2 battery life, I dont care with SD835. LG has saver track record compare note7
Alimehdi, 24 Feb 2017Oh really? Ram is important, ha? Do not know Iphone 7 have just GB of ram yet is the best in p... moreStop talking about things you don't know, you make a fool of yourself.
Optimization is not a large factor in computer science. Look for example the latest advances on AI, they form an almost linear line following hardware advances.
Similarly iOS is not optimized, it merely uses much less resources for backgrounding, that means that you have far less features from background apps, no messenger headers, no taker tasks, no Greenify, etc...
iphone back round apps use almost 1/10th of RAM available as compared to android background apps. That in turn means that 2 or 3G of ram is enough for countless apps on iOS, not so for android. And there is nothing OEMS can do about it, that's core android architecture, if you are to use less ram you'll get a slower android phone , period. The relationship between the two is 1:1 , just look all the comparisons between 4GB and 6GB phones ... 6GB phones win ALWAYS .
I challenge you to find one real time test (ie one that includes backgrounding ) were 4GB phones are even close to 6GB phones. Stop defending a bad practice, they make your phone slow and you're fine by it, stop being such a sucker and learn the relationship between hardware and software (mucheck stronger than most think, in mature systems like android).
AnonD-510098, 23 Feb 20173,500 mah battery minimum or no buy!i wander if the phone will have 4000 battery but you will still charge it daily .. u will be happy ?
Alimehdi, 24 Feb 2017Oh really? Ram is important, ha? Do not know Iphone 7 have just GB of ram yet is the best in p... moreEveryone knows the iPhone has nothing going on in the background. All apps are stopped. There is your optimization. Nothing special...
I prefer LG as a company over Samsung but the key for both early purchases is getting the freebies when you pre-order either one. I remember the Gear VR was free if you pre-ordered the S7 edge last year and LG gave nice freebies too when the V10 came out. That's the one advantage of being an early bird adopter. Freebies!
But you will also pay higher upfront along with being the guinea pig to all the software/hardware bugs that early production units comes with. Or you wait a few months and get a free Samsung TV like what Best Buy did or great deal like T-Mobile offering the 4 month old V20 for $360 for a day with new contract.
Samsung basically hoarded all the Snapdragon 835's like what Tim Cook has done with Apple for years hoarding all the best components with their deep pockets. The rest the table scraps. I hate Apple's philosophy which is fascism. I hope both greedy companies go down someday. Or just avoid altogether and get phones that offer better value from LG, Nokia, Motorola, Xiaomi, and Huawei.
For anyone complaining about the SD821, just wait for the LG V30 which I hope LG brings back removable battery. Just be aware of the freebies with you pre-order any of these Android flagships.