KamAbdi, 28 Dec 2017I disagree with you because iOS is a light OS that's why A11 Bionic Chip has so much power. Bu... moreIt's true that the Android is heavier OS than iOS. but have you compared the A series's Die size!? I am a proud android lover. and I myself envy the A11's monsoon core's size. they are TWO times larger than the Kryo 280 that competed against them. (just to clarify something. the weaker cores according to geekbench of A11 are the same level as the powerful Kryo280)
look at the OS level. I absulutely agree with you. but from a developer's point of view. and prowess of the heart of these machine. I'd gladly prefer to have An A11 within an android.
Waiting for the last releases to become more main stream (SD660 is yet to be seen across more devices, SD630 too is handful but focussed on battery and SD835 is flagship)
It should be released as soon as possible so that manufacturers can start working on them and release the device before the second quarter of 2018.
What difference will make the system cache
AnonD-664474, 28 Dec 2017Some Android manufacturer should buy Apple's A11 Bionic SoC and put it on their flagship to ma... moreI disagree with you because iOS is a light OS that's why A11 Bionic Chip has so much power. But on the other hand Android is a heavy OS it has widgets, themes, launchers and more and with the Qualcomm's processors, they're faster than Iphone X's processor.
Overall, The Qualcomm Snapdragon processors are much faster than A series chip. What ever the iteration was and is.
Some Android manufacturer should buy Apple's A11 Bionic SoC and put it on their flagship to make better use of it.
I mean, Android can do so much things but lacks the power to perform them, while iOS can do limited things but has too much power than needed to do.
Why not have more power to do more things? After all, that's what us all consumers want at the end of the day.
Snapdragon 670 wow.. A downclocked version of the 845 that should be more energy efficient