Vegetaholic, 31 Jul 2018Benchmarks tells everything you need to know about your chip. It shows how well it copes with ... moreMan i am not an ignorant all theses tests proves just one think company which pays most preforms better on theses tests.
People always pay other to look good great and excellent.
And try to hide all negative things as long as they can for that we have a benchmark tests,
In real life for example a xiaomi device can be 1000 times faster than Note 9 but as long as Samsung will donate they will always comes as a victor on a benchmark tests.
Anyway all depends on which programs are used to make a proper testing.
Some games can prove a phone is not worth at all samme for some special editing programs etc.
Vegetaholic, 31 Jul 2018Benchmarks tells everything you need to know about your chip. It shows how well it copes with ... moremost of the time you don't use your phone to it's fullest potential, in real life the only difference you can see is you loading an app up 0.1 seconds faster.
CptPower, 25 Jul 2018These benchmark tests are good for nothing compared to real life experiennce benchmark proves ... moreBenchmarks tells everything you need to know about your chip. It shows how well it copes with computing and heavy tasks, so yeah more better performs in benchmarks more faster your phone can run it is as simple as that, if you think it does not matter when you really very ignorant
Predictive memorys, 29 Jul 2018Does P20Pro ditch the 3.5mm jack? Sadly, yes
Foxtrot2Novmbr, 29 Jul 2018Let's just wait for the real review. And that's how you decide if its the fastest.Yeah, true
Walter C. Dornez, 26 Jul 2018Seeing as how they're debuting with a new chipset on the 20 series, I think they'll be fine Does P20Pro ditch the 3.5mm jack?
Walter C. Dornez, 29 Jul 2018Even then, it'll be one of the fastest.Let's just wait for the real review. And that's how you decide if its the fastest.
Foxtrot2Novmbr, 27 Jul 2018That's only for show. In real world performance. It's quite different.Even then, it'll be one of the fastest.
Walter C. Dornez, 26 Jul 2018Seeing as how they're debuting with a new chipset on the 20 series, I think they'll be fine That's only for show. In real world performance. It's quite different.
Foxtrot2Novmbr, 26 Jul 2018Huawei device isn't worth buying. And I have experienced using it. Both processor's and GPU th... moreSeeing as how they're debuting with a new chipset on the 20 series, I think they'll be fine
Walter C. Dornez, 24 Jul 2018What do you mean?Huawei device isn't worth buying. And I have experienced using it. Both processor's and GPU that huawei used aren't design for gaming.
Zero, 24 Jul 2018Indeed, it took me some time to check it, but checking the ARM official Website, I found the ... moreEven more interesting if the Helio P-series eventually got proper 'premium' treatment with A75/A55 CPU cores with DynamiQ technology and latest PowerVR GT8525/GM9xxx, after or alongside the reborn of MediaTek Helio X-series. It may lack a bit in the market but I'm sure it will occupy the top spot in the future.
Position - Chipset: Single-core / Multicore / IceStorm Unlimited
26 - QSD 625: 900 / 3,700 / 13,000
24 - Exy 7420: 1,300 / 4,100 / 16,000
23 - Helio X20: 1,500 / 4,500 / 10,000
22 - Helio X23: 1,600 / 4,500 / 11,000
21 - Helio X25: 1,700 / 4,500 / 11,000
20 - Helio X27: 1,700 / 4,600 / 12,000
19 - Exy 7885: 1,500 / 4,500 / 15,000
17 - QSD 636: 1,400 / 5,000 / 17,000
16 - Kirin 710: 1,600 / 5,400 / ?
15 - QSD 660: 1,600 / 5,700 / 18,000
14 - QSD 820: 1,700 / 4,300 / 20,000
13 - Kirin 950: 1,700 / 5,200 / 15,000
12 - Kirin 955: 1,700 / 5,300 / 16,000
11 - QSD 710: 1,900 / 5,800 / 19,000
10 - Helio X30: 2,000 / 5,600 / 14,000
9 - QSD 821: 1,900 / 4,400 / 21,000
7 - Exy 8890: 1,800 / 5,600 / 19,000
6 - Kirin 960: 1,800 / 6,300 / 15,000
5 - Exy 8895: 2,000 / 6,600 / 21,000
4 - Kirin 970: 1,900 / 6,800 / 21,000
3 - QSD 835: 2,000 / 6,700 / 24,000
2 - Exy 9810: 3,600 / 8,800 / 26,000 (unsustainable thermals)
1 - QSD 845: 2,500 / 8,900 / 31,000
These benchmark tests are good for nothing compared to real life experiennce benchmark proves just one thing.
People are really stupid because they relly on innacurate numbers.
Foxtrot2Novmbr, 24 Jul 2018You'll be sorry!What do you mean?
TenMoon, 24 Jul 2018Nice to see the possible performance of the Helio P60 and Kirin 710. It should be a viable alt... moreIndeed, it took me some time to check it, but checking the ARM official Website, I found the following specs....
Kirin 659 GPU:
At best they put 128Kb on GPU, making unable to go beyond MP2 without issues.
Kirin 710 GPU:
They would easily put 256Kb or even 512Kb on their MP4 GPU and this time is possible to go Hexa without problems. And I put 850 Mhz since Mali G51 can support those speeds without overheat. With their GPU Turbo can reach on Snapdragon 636 levels or defeat it and going max at 225 GFlops.
And then there is Helio P60:
Since they put at worst 512 Kb en the cache, they can go MP4 without problems. Since Mali G72 MP3 reaches at best at 150 Gflops too, they can reach 200 Gflops in the best case if they put the GPU on the 1Ghz mark along the Quad Core. They will be on par of Snapdragon 660.
If they put by miracle 1Mb on cache, they can go even MP8 putting on Kirin 960 levels on GPU. And that would be epic to watch. They can even defeat the SD 660 and goes between it and SD 710.
On the CPU side is easier since they can overclock it. So I've calculated those values as the best both chips can reach. The final iterations would be Kirin 719 and Helio P70
Walter C. Dornez, 24 Jul 2018Nice, Mate 20 is on mine. About time for a change from Apple and Samsung You'll be sorry!