AnonD-687487, 15 Sep 2017Yeah you make a point. I also digged into the specs of te A11 and SD835 and saw that the A11 h... moreTo get the simple Explaination? Pretty much yes!
A CPU relying on the xISC (CISC and RISC, in our case a RISC chip)
Stracture needs a place to store the commands it will execute. The larger the L2 Cache the more commands it can store.
Like a box: the larger it is; the more things you can place in it.
And for the nerds: yes. I know it’s not 100% accurate but for one that is not THAT techie in understanding CPU stuff. I tried to simplify it.
In reality. It’s more like a gas tank. You’ve got a tank containing a bunch of commands and the CEU (commands Executing Unit inside the CPU constantly takes commands from that Cache.
Levy, 15 Sep 2017Who cares?! If I touch my phone's screen and it responds instantaneously and apps/games run bu... morewhen there is Mediatek vs Snapdragon/Exynos, ppl always talk Snapdragon/Exynos has better benchmark, thus choosing it over Mediatek. good example is Meizu Pro 7 Plus, even if it has a good camera and secondary screen at the back, ppl still bashing it because of Mediatek, even though Flyme 6 inside Pro 7 Plus is running like a butter.
but when it comes to iphone vs android, "Benchmark doesnt matter, what matter is real life usage" lol..
Apple innovating again with 2011 technology. Gongratz by the high score BTW
The thing that people don't take into account here is firstly even though I personally don't use apple devices and probably never will, they make good soc's and secondly and here comes the important bit, their software(ios) is so much more optimised and designed to run specifically for that piece of hardware. That geekbench test was run on ios, until you stick a snapdragon processor or exynos processor in an iPhone and vice versa in android you really can't truly compare the 2 completely.
Who cares?! If I touch my phone's screen and it responds instantaneously and apps/games run buttery smooth on it, which is the case on every current Android flagship I tried, I don't give a toss about benchmark tests. Current Android flagships' processing power far exceeds the needs of available apps/games. When there are more complex apps/games that need more power in the future, chances are you'll have upgraded to the latest phones as well, which most people do every 2 years or so. So benchmarks are USELESS, except for giving Apple an excuse to charge the exorbitant prices of their ludicrously overpriced phones that are just now getting what Androids flagships had for years!
AnonD-42209, 15 Sep 2017Apart from what my name suggests, iCan't deny the fact that even iPhone 6S+ from 2015 Crushed ... moreYeah you make a point. I also digged into the specs of te A11 and SD835 and saw that the A11 has 8 mb L2 cache and the SD835 has 1 mb L2 cache. Probably thats why the A11 is so fast? I am not a CPU master. But even if the iPhone was the fastest phone on earth, I will always be a hardcore Android fan.
Dodo, 15 Sep 2017Careful there, you are about to trigger a stroke with all that passion. What is it? Envy, or j... moreActually i am quite confy;). Thank's for your "concern". Anyhow, did you just tried to lie to me about how you owe an android device and will go for ios? Let me point you towards something: Idiocracy. The movie i fits perfect with your world. i' give you a gift card for this one, just to watch it. Nope ma, i am not joking. the movie exists. Watching it, will help you understand at what level your brain is:).
AnonD-1825, 15 Sep 2017"We're pretty much at the point where mobile device's performances are so high that getting an... moreTalking about last gen high-end chips like the SD835, E889x...
Of course all those devices with a MT chip are far from fast or powerful, but that's what you get from choosing them.
great but c'mon..
you don't buy this phone just to say to your friend that this phone had better score on both single core and multi core right? except if your friend is a nerdy geek,
AsusÂ†ech, 15 Sep 2017do you really know here Mac, Linux and Java stands? shame on haters like you, even at hating, ... moreYou just pup-up or your still their? Actually i like to make fun of fanboys, what is your excuse for firing up like a cheap lamp? Uh, did i just offend you system?:))) get a life man. Am pretty sure you do not know what you just asked. And THAT what i call: The Night.
Apple A11=6 cores simultaneously
SD 835 =4 cores simultaneously
thas the difference
AnonD-558092, 15 Sep 2017We're pretty much at the point where mobile device's performances are so high that getting any... more"We're pretty much at the point where mobile device's performances are so high that getting any faster is pointless,"
Say that to those 95% Android devices which won't get OREO
YowYow, 15 Sep 2017for a developer I am not fanboy of iOS but a fanboy of OS platforms from PCs to mobile devices... moreThe smart comes out? Come on man, let's not pretend. Your lame pointing make nothing but a 0. Did i just took sides? in which universe? I just said i hate google! Not for their system, but for their practice, pretty much the same with ios and windows. So, i actually hate them all. How about that? Never heard of it? Cause you're a pretender;). So, now, you got your self some time to read how an actual developer would think and try to act smart with me? Your homework's are not done boy. More to learn, more to live, then come back, Then let's talk about what you comprehend;).
Carol, 15 Sep 2017Well, that is cause you do not understand how things work. This virtual, digital benchmarks ar... moreCareful there, you are about to trigger a stroke with all that passion. What is it? Envy, or just a compulsion to trash something you don't quite understand?
The iPhone X looks like the phone to beat this year. It looks great, it has good components, excellent ecosystem. If you don't like it for some bizarre reason, then don't get it.
I am waiting to see what the Pixel XL is going to be like, but will probably end up replacing my S7 Edge with the iPhone X and looking forward to it.
We're pretty much at the point where mobile device's performances are so high that getting any faster is pointless, which did happened on PCs a while ago. Performance was so adequate for the average user that upgrading was useless. PC sales saw a HUGE drop in the past 8 years, thanks to capable chips and Windows 7 (IMO the best OS ever, I prefer Aero more than that garbage Fluent Design). There's no practical use of that processing power. The E8895 is still a very powerful chip. If it wasn't of the lack of updates and the sealed batteries, not to mention cameras, no one would upgrade from a device with an A10/SD835 (82x to some extend) /E889x.
Carol, 15 Sep 2017Now put some actual, real tasking heavy load on that java like IOS system. Actually, convert i... moredo you really know here Mac, Linux and Java stands? shame on haters like you, even at hating, you still fail, wew, keyboard warriors these days
Kiyasariin., 15 Sep 2017Formula fix: Base•Optimization•Darwin=score Single: X•1.25•1.052=score Multi: X•1.33•1.18= ... moreP.S before writing this "formulas" you should actually delete that Ä from inbetween, i know you like how it looks like but it ain't the formula. it is an error of your crappy device and you have no idea how to tackle it, now that's something you should lay attention on. bragging can come later;).
what if apple is cheating the benchmarks? enabling all cores at once when it detects the benchmark application? can anyone prove that apple is not cheating?