Not sure what they need more processing power for, when their OS is so limited, restrictive and backward.
Maybe, they want to close the gap on the speed tests, now that they have higher resolution screens than before
Who cares if the Note 8 can launch the calendar app in 0.0002 seconds faster than an iPhone. What maters is that an one minute of 4K video will take considerably much longer time to be processed by a Note and thus it's the Note which is considerably slower than an iPhone.
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017You think that's a speed test of a processor? Lol. Maybe you're under developed or just acting like one.
Benchmarks are also not just CPU tests. They test also RAM, data storage, GPU, etc.
Are this numbers important to me? No. Why? Cause they are just numbers.
Important is real life test and speed of a system as a whole - CPU, GPU, RAM, OS. All this things combined gives the real speed. How long you'll wait to open apps, browsing internet, etc. That's are the thing for which benchmarks are developed in first place. But long time ago, they were compromised. Example - a SATA drive had speed up to 300MB per sec. Do you ever saw such speed on SATA drive? It is achievable only on tests. There is no OS to reach 300MB/s.
Still under developed?
Bring down the red carpet, king of the chipsets is coming, wondering how many years ahead will be against latest Qualcomm chipsets and other pesky android chips
The A11X should be a beast. 3 powerful CPU cores and 5 efficient CPU cores just doesn't seem right. 4x4 would be much better and more powerful. As long as it doesn't overheat, but the 7nm manufacturing process should help keep things cool.
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017lol you think opening apps is a 'speed test'You think it was for pure speed test? Having a greater CPU performance in single core and multi core performance is a must. Since mobile OS is now evolving. And the File size of the app could further be increase thanks to the limitation improvements. 3 years from now. We would have encounter some mobile apps that takes 8GBs of internal storage. So if this was the case. How would the 835 perform in the next 3 years or so?
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017tomsguide.com/us/iphone-8-benchmarks-fastest-phone,review-4676.html
Research please. S385 i... moreMost of your statements are based on benchmarks. Only one is based on third party side - Tom's hardware. But even there - for the opening of pdf of 5.1MB - there is no video - only other person statement. No fact.
And facts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djmzNK8cN7M
It's called REAL LIFE SPEED TEST. Not benchmarking test.
Live in your world with benchmarks, but in reallity until you load web page, other will do circles around you.
Onyxia, 15 Nov 2017Link plz. I won't believe it if I dont see it. Even my Mi A1 opens and fully loads a 4mb pdf f... moretomsguide.com/us/iphone-8-benchmarks-fastest-phone,review-4676.html
Research please. S385 is garbage and even Android owners know it. Clever ones atleast.
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017It will score 40-50% more than A11, I expect 5k/12k ... Apple playing alone here...so it matches my prediction. 4.7k single core is fairly close to the 5k you assumed. and we BOTH assumed that multi core score will be 12k. :D
Kiyasariin, 14 Nov 2017It'll be far better if it was 4+4 configuration. Although... considering every 100 MHz of Mon... moreIt will score 40-50% more than A11, I expect 5k/12k ... Apple playing alone here...
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017Sure, a phone that takes nearly 7 seconds (lol) to open a 5mb pdf feels the same as one which ... moreLink plz. I won't believe it if I dont see it. Even my Mi A1 opens and fully loads a 4mb pdf file under 1 second so I'm calling bulls**t on your comment.
Onyxia, 15 Nov 2017*facepalm*
You are confusing CPU with GPU there pal.
First, app loading does not primari... moreSure, a phone that takes nearly 7 seconds (lol) to open a 5mb pdf feels the same as one which opens it in under a second.
The things android fans say to make themselves feel better are amazing.
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017Good lord its like talking to a child who just got his first phone and thinks he knows everyth... more*facepalm*
You are confusing CPU with GPU there pal.
First, app loading does not primarily rely on the RAM and storage. It's the CPU that does most of the work. A powerful CPU allows you to process data faster. Don't get me wrong. Both of these effects speed, but generally, in term of speed, the CPU is far more important than RAM. Actually, with the different CPU architectures, amount of RAM, clock speeds, number of cores, the comparison between the two isn't exactly fair.
Second, we were talking about the performance and speed of smartphones. Every single comment I make was about the speed. I didn't talk anything about graphics, video recording and the lot. To the general user, the speed difference between the best Android phone and the best iPhone is negligible.
I actually don't mind these sort of arguments because I can obtain more knowledge this way.
Hey guys, I was neck and neck with Usian Bolt in the mall lol. Android fans need a reality check.
Onyxia, 15 Nov 2017Like I said, in term of speed, the two chipset are neck and neck at what matters most, which i... moreThe good single core CPU performance is very important in real life. This is the real world performance:
Yes, they're not current phones, but the only reason why I show these videos is that nobody made a comparison video on the current phones. But both phones were released in 2013 September, and it proves that the emulator is running perfectly on iPhone 5S thanks to the superior single core performance, but the Note 3 is struggling. Of course, today's Andorid phones run this game well, so the next comparison sould be the DosBox emulator. Unfortunately nobody made it.
Onyxia, 15 Nov 2017Like I said, in term of speed, the two chipset are neck and neck at what matters most, which i... moreGood lord its like talking to a child who just got his first phone and thinks he knows everything. Let me educate you.
First, app loading, specially light apps depends on RAM and storage far more than it depends on processing power. Hence the lack of difference and hence the fact that app loading is not a serious metric to compare processors.
AR/VR, High resolution video recording, rendering, FDE performance depends on raw power and that is where the iphone shines. Go look at the difference in quality of AR graphics on the iphone and S835 devices and come back.
Saying the S835 is the same as A11 for daily use is like saying a 2003 Civic is the same as a LaFerrari in real world driving. No its not.