Well, so at least, regarding which CPU you get, depending on if you are in the US, Europe, etc. this is a good news for all fans and general customers, because everyone will be treated the same, and not like the ... (i don't even know what to call it), that the Chinese and S Korea have the option to choose from the base version and from the 128GB & 6GB RAM variant, but all the others absolutely not. That's one of the most unfair strategies of Samsung particularly in this case but others as well.
what's the difference? I cant get it its just a phone that cost a lot dollars however its still a good phone but I would choose the galaxy s7 best
AnonD-39937, 19 Apr 2017the GPU difference in onscreen GFX 3.1 Manhattan is weird...in offscreen(raw power) 8895 is 7%... moreThere is no need to do that as they are blocked by Qualcomm to sell there processors to third party smartphone.
AnonD-39937, 19 Apr 2017they are basically the same, you can't see in real life the difference from benchmarks.If someone was an iPhone possibly care about speed , so for these customers exynos make the difference otherwise the difference in real life is zero. Both variants are beasts.
In conclusion, Snapdragon is getting slower every year.
And Exynos and Kirin are getting faster.
The only people who might care about this in real life are high-end gamers, so what matters is not what they do on a quick benchmark run but how they sustain performance over longer periods. An article that compared that would be more useful.
For the rest of us, these benchmarks are pretty irrelevant, since all of the phones compared should be powerful enough for any real-world use.
303tk4, 19 Apr 2017That said, last time Samsung claimed same way about S7 but real life performance (app launchin... moreYou do know that app launching speeds are determined by the phones storage speeds, and practically nothing else, right?
Seem to be pretty neck-and-neck this time around. We'll just have to see how the 835 fares on other phones...
AnonD-39937, 19 Apr 2017they are basically the same, you can't see in real life the difference from benchmarks.That said, last time Samsung claimed same way about S7 but real life performance (app launching speed etc.) varied in exynos' favor despite their similar benchmark test scores. We'll see
One thing they forgot...
S8 and S8+ have different benchmark values, even with same CPU.
The Plus have better numbers..
You have to test S8 x S8 or S8+ x S8+, not S8 x S8+
AnonD-660985, 19 Apr 2017I mean which better between the new Snapdragon 835and the new Exynos Chipset ??? they are basically the same, you can't see in real life the difference from benchmarks.
AnonD-656673, 19 Apr 2017Maybe they still not updated the base for kyro cores, it's still using A57 for comparisonThe CPU in 835 is a A73 a little modified.
AnonD-426139, 19 Apr 2017In conclusion, since 16nm Cortex-A73 in Mate 9 can beat 10nm Snapdragon 835, ARM architecture... moreSnapdragon 835 has a CPU made on ARM architecture, it's even an A73 a little modified.
90 degrees , 19 Apr 2017No change there! Exynos is always much better than stock Snapdragon.In real life, I assure you that you won't see the 0-5% difference.
Barring the over-heating SD 810, this is one of the most disappointing flagship Snapdragon I have seen in years. After all the hype, I was expecting it and the E8895 to soundly beat atleast the OnePlus 3T's SD 821 if not the Apple iPhone 7.
Yet in many departments the performance improvements are small and shockingly in a few departments they don't even match the previous SD 821 (case in point: The single-core performance or Basemark X). I am also surprised that the Mali G71 GPU in the Exynos 8895 managed to easily overtake the Adrenp 540 in the SD 835 (usually it's hard to top Adreno in the Android realm).
Maybe LG was right, SD 821 wasn't that far off behind the 10nm SD835 & E8895. Even battery efficiency doesn't seem to take a quantum leap as evidenced by the S7 edge vs. S8+ battery endurance rating. So much for the 10nm architecture.... Or maybe, we have reached a saturation point with even Kirin 960 performing admirably...........
the GPU difference in onscreen GFX 3.1 Manhattan is weird...in offscreen(raw power) 8895 is 7% faster , but in onscreen it's 53% faster(Samsung is cheating by doing something to appear like Exynos is better than Snapdragon)...anyway except this weird benchmark, in real life you won't see any difference between 835 and 8895.