Anonymous, 03 Dec 2017Still it lags. That is why it is called Lagsung. *yawn*So in other words your phone lags and you never used a samsung
Nice, closing in on Moore's Law, still not going to be even close to Apple A performance, so much of chipset reduction if you can make it powerful as Apple
-. -, 30 Nov 2017Samsung doesn't lag, but more of stutter and minor freeze `
always same story, still bad battery lifes..... cant see 1 week battery life.
knowing that the in display FPS is around the corner but not in the S9s, the only reason I would go for the S9 is if there is an S9 mini that is as powerful the bigger ones.. I prefer 4.5 to 5 inch displays for phones....
I hope they have some Seriously Amazing ISPs and AI Chips on their Exynos 9910 chips.
Also I hope they puah the HDR in video and Dynamic Range in photos way beyond the competition.
AnonD-580901, 29 Nov 2017Still going to lag after 1 week of useMy GS4 doesn't lag, even after years of use. You can say Samsungs lag until you are blue in the face.
Nice, but the new fab size will be adopted really slowly. There are STILL devices with 28nm fab, not 14 or 10. So 10 will become mainstream only in 5 years in mid and low end (most common devices)
We are hardly getting any devices with 660 and they talk about snapdragon 670.. in which year will we get it??
I'll take 15% better battery life. It will also make the phone run cooler. You won't notice a 10% improvement in speed.