Does this have anything to do with S8 having a lower speed (2.3 GHz) for it's big cluster, compared to the 2.45 GHz of the other two.
but i want to say one thing here for s8 haters.right now i m the owner of sammy galaxy s8 the user experience the realworld performance the quality the future technology beats this crap 100 times its samsung bro always reliable then this shit even my galaxy pop working yup its slow down sometimes it also hangs but still works. i prefer quality durability reliablity after sale service availabilty of parts at local service center and resale value
[deleted post]There'd never a scenario where less than 3GB is utilized.
OS + oom values + gpu + modem memory is 2GB+
Unless you're using 2-3 apps, you never utilize less than 3GB. Most utilize more than 4GB in fact.
The reason that you think that you utilize so little is because your phone boots things from memory. But if it had 8GB of ram it would never need to do that.
When will those anti-Ram people stop experessin BS opinions. I never used a high ram android phone that didn't feel significantly faster than low ram phones in the longer run. It's always, *always* that.
Samsung used to know that up until Note 3 ... After that they started cutting corners in that department..
7UIS, 25 Jun 2017That's only about UX - User Experience (one rated parameter by AnTuTu). I think Samsung should... moreHow is it a chats if it's actually making the phone faster every day ... All days?
I call that a feature.
Also OnePlus includes more ram. Ram amount matters a million times more that SoC in the long run. Running the phone for say a week without a reboot means it has cached certain things. A 8GB phone wouodmhqve at least twice as much cached as a 4GB phones, meaning 1/10th of the loading times, often in fact.
The reasons that OnePlus wins those tests are multiple, most obvious is that most "western brands" have put performance to the back seat. For example S8 performance is basically S7's (Exynos) when running under the same circumstances/software...
Even 3T was beating those phones ... For some weird reason only the Chinese prioritize performance the days ... The rest are rather mellow about it. For example S8 has practically the same performance as S7 Exynos in most things, same thigh G6 vs G5, even the new HTC isn't that much faster...
Cue for fanboys saying that app launch test don't matter (despite being literllay the only thing that the vast majority of people do with their phones anyway).
I knew that S8 will be slow because of heavy crap software. OnePlus is faster but let's see if it will be faster after few months or slow down.
That's only about UX - User Experience (one rated parameter by AnTuTu). I think Samsung should improve that on their software, trying to apply some "optimizations" too. But let's not forget that the OxygenOS of OnePlus do some other "tricks" (. . .or "cheats"), like for example: the OnePlus can automatically boost its Snapdragon CPU in order to achieve faster speeds at opening an app. I read somewhere that is actually possible because Qualcomm supports that "feature", but, for example, maybe Samsung (and other brands) don't apply that "feature" to their models and this way the S8 becomes slighlty slower than the OnePlus 5. Personally, I don't call it "cheats". I prefer to call it "optimizations", which are evaluated by AnTuTu in the "UX" tab. So, I think if, for example, an "optimized" S8 can also be as fast as an OnePlus or an iPhone. That's exactly what happened to my Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900F). . .at the moment it has an optimized TouchWiz-based ROM that, with a different Kernel and with some tweaks included, it is faster than "stock" (by the way: AnTuTu's score is now about 73k-74k). Conclusion: I do like all those "optimizations" made by OnePlus or Apple, but I think that any performance test between diferent brands should show those crucial "features" that makes the difference at the end.
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2017The real rival of op5 is sony xperia xz premiumsony is meh
But Oneplus 5 isn't the fastest android smartphone! :-)
in battles Xperia XZ Premium is faster than Oneplus 5
i will buying the new Sony premium flagship :-)
Stupid unfair test when ram is entirely different. However the U 11 came incredibly close with half the ram. So, if you used the one with same ram, it would likely outscore them all. Just saying but why post useless things when it's not even same internals comparison test. Must be desperate for posts.
RaghavaZ, 25 Jun 2017Lol. Who said it's not? Just compared the phones in OP5's price range. It's a performance comparison test, right.
PRICE isn't a performance variable, whereas RAM is.
PRICE becomes a variable if you do a 'value for money' test.
The speed test is pointless IMO. No one is going to use their phone like that, it's just like benchmarks doesn't matter in real life. Who cares if one device is 26.2 sec slower in opening 20 apps in succession.
The op5 cheats on performance and stress tests. What are you even testing it for???
YuccaPalm , 25 Jun 2017The current flag ships are a joke with 4gb of ram.What more funny to joke about is 4GB RAM is enough for opening apps so why u need more when u already got a lot of free ram in the phone? Doesn't even help in benchmarks or speed test. It just give more stability but 4 is already very stable. My XPERIA XZ broked AnTuTu with 150079 points even with 3GB RAM and also very fast for speed test. So why u complaining about flagships having 4GB RAM?