I am impressed. Normally iPhones leaves other Androids in dust in such kinds of tests.
I still think this type of test is a bit pointless and inconclusive.
AnonD-684631, 29 Sep 2017Is inverse :) Android Ecosystem is huge and defenitely android devices need 6 gb ram but IOS i... moreandroid 2017 has 4k display to push, but iphone display just... iphone feels like android from flinston ages lol
Apple desings all hardware and software for their iPhone, and still can't beat Samsung's generic hardware and software.
AnonD-684631, 29 Sep 2017Is inverse :) Android Ecosystem is huge and defenitely android devices need 6 gb ram but IOS i... moreWhy would it lag? The fact is that A11 has a larger (die size, more transistors) more powerful CPU than those SoC used by Android phones. Sure the 3g of ram of an iPhone would perhaps not be enough but the CPU would handle it with ease.
New SoC and no iOS vs old SoC and old Android. Once App developer got a chance to optimize for A11 it will easily crash all phones
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2017Imagine how the Note 8 would be on a 6-core CPU and 3GB RAM. LOL. It would be a no match for iPhonesIs inverse :) Android Ecosystem is huge and defenitely android devices need 6 gb ram but IOS is not open source and light version so 1gb ram is enough :) LEARN The fact first.If A11 chip is used in ANDROID devices itll lag like meh
AnonD-646304, 29 Sep 2017Meanwhile devices of 2017 like the GoProHero6 and iPhone 8 both capable of shooting 4k@60 fps ... moreS9 and Note 9 planning for 1000fps first ever in world history ROFL haha inerds now laugh alone
Anonymous, 28 Sep 2017I agree. Would never switch Android to iOS, but their chipsets would be nice to have and run A... moreApples chip on Android devices are you serious?????? Them that Android Device will be the laggiest one youll see.Cuz Android is a huge ecosystem and open source and Apple chip can't handle Huge Android OS :)
The next software update for iPhone 8 will make blast not the note 8 even the S9 after a year, please stop acting childish folks.
AnonD-646304, 29 Sep 2017Meanwhile devices of 2017 like the GoProHero6 and iPhone 8 both capable of shooting 4k@60 fps ... moreammm most devices at the beginning of 2017 are capable of "only" capable of 4k 30 *which is still impressive to me* as for most devices, heropro5 etc... this is a new generation of devices so next generation flagships will start having 4k 60fps if not all of them.
AnonD-646304, 29 Sep 2017Meanwhile devices of 2017 like the GoProHero6 and iPhone 8 both capable of shooting 4k@60 fps ... more1080p slow motion on the iPhone 8 looks worse than 720p slow motion on the Note 8. Looks like Apple just up samples their video.
AnonD-208886, 29 Sep 2017never paid 1 cent for Apple . always and forever Android userAll hail zeee android!
Meanwhile devices of 2017 like the GoProHero6 and iPhone 8 both capable of shooting 4k@60 fps or 1080p@120/240 fps videos which is amazing for slow mo videos as it's part of the modern media nowadays ... While the Samsung 2017 mobile family is capable of only 4k@30fps or 1080p@60 maximum ...LOL what a joke #Shamesung
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2017Lol! Oh stop fighting and talking about which is better. That's so childish. But ps mine is betterOH,I see what you did there lol
Super Presh, 29 Sep 2017Why would anyone imagine that? What stops Apple from sticking in 10 cores or even 20 cores in ... moreThe die size. Apple cores are a lot bigger than all other competitors, approaching the size of intel laptop cores. It's also the reason why Apple can't pack bigger batteries, apart from their unwillingness to sacrifice thinness.
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2017What's going on? Why is Geekbench saying the iPhone is twice as fast as the Galaxy when we've ... moreIt is twice as fast, from raw CPU processing power POV. We're looking at real world tests, where all components are working together to bring the whole experience. If there are any imbalance, it will ruin everything.
Low RAM = can't keep many apps open, may need to reload more often from storage
Slow RAM = possibly slow in app performance, esp. when buffering
Slow storage = slow app loading, in app may be affected as well if the app is I/O intensive
Low number of cores = cannot run many independent tasks
Slow CPU core = slow in app performance in general
And so on...
Basically, Note 8 gets the better balance among the two.
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2017Imagine how the Note 8 would be on a 6-core CPU and 3GB RAM. LOL. It would be a no match for iPhonesRemember the days when Apple fans said iOS doesn't need more than two cores to beat an Octacore? iOS is 100% optimised for benchmark tests, completely ignoring real life usage.
iOS has become the lagging BS they mocked everybody else of being, just to excel on a few synthetic benchmark tests.
Steve Jobs would have fired every responsible person had he been alive today. Apple is turning into Apple anno 1990. Lots of money, no one in-house with a clue how to spend the money.