Anonymous, 15 Jul 2018I want a screamer of a chipset. I want every app and game to be opened within a second. For that, you do not need a screamer of a SoC, you will need many many gigabytes of fast RAM, so that every app can be already stored in it, meaning it will only need to read the RAM to 'open' your app of choice.
If you want to depend on CPU cycles to open any and every app within a second, you'll be let down for certain, unless maybe you drag along a server-rack with batteries to power it, on a cart.
I dont think chasing faster chipsets is any excuse for badly written software. its easier for apple as they dont have the range android has. After saying that faster chipsets with better power management would always be welcome.
My s8+ is more than enough for my needs, but i'm not sure what it'll look like a year or two from now.
I want a screamer of a chipset. I want every app and game to be opened within a second.
Thing is, that every flagship chipset since the Snapdragon 800 has been a powerhouse of a chip in it's time. It's only after a few years that they start feeling slow, and that is due to 2 reasons. 1. OS becomes outdated. 2. Apps become more & more advanced, which in turn makes them more resource intensive.
So today, a Snapdragon 845 will be snappy fast for literally anyone, but a few years later, it will feel sluggish as well.
That's kinda how it goes.