Anonymous, 19 Aug 2017Stop trying to be smart or go learn more. OS are totally different. Nuff said."Stop trying to be smart or go learn more."
Did you read the comment? Did you find anything wrong with it?
If not, please explain what you meant by this clearly I know what I'm talking about and you don't....just because you're getting taught a lesson you feel the need to backlash?? Must have hated school....
OSes aren't the only things that explain the "speed difference" or "fluidity difference" between iPhones and Android devices so as an idiot once said "stop trying to be smart or go learn more."
-NEOPHYTE-, 18 Aug 2017LMAO, can you please read my comment properly, I said: "20MP rear camera (very high MP count ... moreStop trying to be smart or go learn more. OS are totally different. Nuff said.
ZTE have made no effort to resolve the serious camera fault with their current flagship the Axon 7, despite it being under warranty.
I have no confidence in this manufacturers ability to address any fourth coming issues.
Therefore I would not consider this phone despite its specifications.
If I was Lamborghini I would look into ZTE, from a perspective of customer service to see if they wanted to be associated with them.
What's with the Lamborghini branding? Also if this is the Axon 8 it looks like ZTE just rebodied the Axon 7 and changed up the front
g6 user, 18 Aug 2017you don't know what you are talking about. sd 8xx series are for premium performance combining... moreyou don't know what you are saying, he clearly stated that 805 would be pretty low nowadays
AnonD-623516, 18 Aug 2017and as for your question, no it does not necesseraly need a flagship chipset to run QHD smooth... moreyou don't know what you are talking about. sd 8xx series are for premium performance combining best processor and gpu . how come that sd 805 is a weak processor for today standards ... the gpu it has blast most of the new midranges offerings it never lags ... and it was designed by that time for QHD screen .... and amoled screen is good not the best but no that bad boy. that quad core is powerful enough the only issue it has is that when it was developed was meant as lates chipset flagship grade using 32bits due to android used to be a 32bit system now being 64 is normal that companies needs newer drivers and stuff.
Anonymous, 18 Aug 2017I think you forget that core count and clock speed doesn't mean better performance.Where TF did I imply that???
so the logo of Lamborghini is much more costly than the phone itself ? hmm
-NEOPHYTE-, 18 Aug 20172.5 GHz. Quad-core chips were being used 3 years ago (2014) on devices like the Galaxy S5 (Sna... moreI think you forget that core count and clock speed doesn't mean better performance.
AnonD-623516, 18 Aug 2017pls stop writing, you are an example of a complete novice wanna be tech geak, firstly apple us... moreLMAO, can you please read my comment properly, I said:
"20MP rear camera (very high MP count by today's standards but not necessarily a better performer)"
How do you not understand this?? I said almost exactly what you said, but in less words ~ "BUT NOT NECESSARILY A BETTER PERFORMER". I'm saying the fact that the phone has a 20 MP doesn't mean it's a better performer by today's standards...
It's funny how you say I'm a 'complete novice wanna be tech *geek' when you yourself don't even understand how Apple's cores perform faster than the competition. Apple's cores are MUCH larger than other smartphone SoC cores (almost twice as big) which allows their SoC's to perform more efficiently than others as they have higher IPC rates (instructions per clock/instructions per cycle) meaning that whilst their clock speed may not be the highest (SD 835 = 2.45 GHz A10 Fusion = 2.34 GHz) in each cycle the cores are performing more tasks. Competitors try to cover this by adding more cores so that more parts of the SoC are working at the same time...but it just doesn't work as efficiently. That's why Apple devices don't need Octa-core processors yet.
Also, can you please show me where the iPhone 7 Plus "outruns" the XZ Premium here:
or against the U11 here:
So stop talking about Apple's chips (which are manufactured DIFFERENTLY) when we're having a discussion about "Android" chips. Is there anything else you think was wrong with my comment? Because nothing I wrote was wrong (apart from the fact that when I explained 'clock speed' I should have written: "how many CYCLES can be performed in the shortest amount of time")...
Snapdragon 600 is high end per se; just 630 and above in my opinion. alcatel Idol 4s has Snapdragon 652 with a QHD display. I think this device would do it all, but since any MSRP would be laughable, I assume it is promotional phone intended to be a gift with the car.
AnonD-623516, 18 Aug 2017and as for your question, no it does not necesseraly need a flagship chipset to run QHD smooth... moreYou are right that qHD can work properly on non flagship chips, but your example with sd805 is inappropriate because that was flagship chipset, with all bells and whistles for its time (used first with note 4 if i'm correct)
-NEOPHYTE-, 18 Aug 20172.5 GHz. Quad-core chips were being used 3 years ago (2014) on devices like the Galaxy S5 (Sna... moreand as for your question, no it does not necesseraly need a flagship chipset to run QHD smoothly, the Nexus 6 I used couple years ago run on a QSD 805 which by todays standard would be pretty low tier and it run its' qHD pretty smoothly, also qHD does not say anything about display quality, the N6 had a horrible terrible awful screan while running qHD, and my XZ Premium runs Full HD most of the time when I am not viewing 4K content and it looks beautifull, or take an s8, that runs natively 1080P and it looks better than ever
-NEOPHYTE-, 18 Aug 20172.5 GHz. Quad-core chips were being used 3 years ago (2014) on devices like the Galaxy S5 (Sna... morepls stop writing, you are an example of a complete novice wanna be tech geak, firstly apple used till their fusion quad core chip ONLY dual cores and that their chips outrun every quad, octa and even deca cores on the market and by that i mean every, secondly MP counts on a camera doesn't tell sh*T about the picture quality, its the pixel size, the size of the sensor, the image processing etc that counts! just stop spitting your BS around, the chinese are known for using big numbers like 8 cores or 10 core processor and 21 MP camera blablabla, and the end results are mostly not even mid tier