Edge, 26 Nov 2018AI processing sound good, but what real-world phone apps actually use it in any demanding sense?It's used in Camera Module and in Heavy multitasking such as playing games using separate neural core, AI enhances the overall performance of the processing unit thereby giving lag-free experience.
MasEnha, 24 Nov 2018Correction, original Mi Max coming with SD650/652 options. I own some Xiaomi and some Samsung ... moreI live in Norway, manufacturer warranty isn't really all that interesting, we have a 5 year "warranty" for electronic devices sold in Norway. So as long as one buys it here, one has support for five years.
AI processing sound good, but what real-world phone apps actually use it in any demanding sense?
Kiyasuriin, 20 Nov 2018Hm.... I do hope Mediatek will revive the X series... but these are some really amazing news.Me too.
I have phone with Helio X20. I will upgrade to Helio X40, when they release it. X20 is fast, but already outdated in 2019.
Marco M, 22 Nov 2018And there we have it. S9+ is no battery beast. Even Note 9, which is fairly good the first ... moreCorrection, original Mi Max coming with SD650/652 options. I own some Xiaomi and some Samsung products. From both brands, its share relatively similar spec but quite distinctive finish. Samsung felt solid on my grip conversely Xiaomi far from being solid. Both are flagships btw. Then, the QC (quality ctrl) are also in different class. I dont care to camera also. Lastly, Samsung offer official warranty while Xiaomi only unofficial and unreliable local supports (except for some types).
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2018I use a s9+ And there we have it. S9+ is no battery beast.
Even Note 9, which is fairly good the first 2-3 months, quickly gets close to average battery life. You'd still be better off with a Note 9 than S9+ though, if preferring Samsung - which I assume you do since you previously had a Note 3.
Can't hold a tooth to my Xiaomi Mi Max in terms of battery life. I'm just sad they havent come out with a SD660/670/710 or something for the later models, only SD636 available for third gen. which is a let down. The original came with options between SD625 and SD652 and I have the ladder. The new one is still a battery king with huge display, awesome for plenty screen on time, but not for heavy gaming at highest setting on GPU intensive games. Emulators though run fine. CPU is decent, but I would still prefer an option for better chipset as with first gen.
This makes the Huawei Mate 20 X appear to be the best power user phone at this time. Too bad it's only FHD+ pentile. FHD+ would be okay if IPS, but for pentile amoled they should have used QHD+. System could still run at 1080p as standard though - same power usage, but clearer display. As it stands, it's a bit too pixelated for my taste, and especially when considering the price. Otherwise a awesome phone. I guess they didn't want it to appear as a better option than Mate 20 Pro, but I still think it is.
Then again, unless camera is very important, the Honor Note 10 is very comparable. Last years chipset, but still a lot of power, big screen and big battery for less than half the price.
So my $350 Meizu 16th is still faster than the $1000 Mate 20... nice.
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2018i used to have a note 3 with a 10,000Mah zero lemon battery, i would kill it almost 2 times a day. Well your 10 000 mAh case was only 7300 mAh in 5V, less when including the heat loss during conversion for 3.65 to 5v, but still almost a combined 20000 mAh and relatively slow recharging daily, meaning a lot of the time spent charging case and/or phone. So stationary a lot of the time. You could've gotten the work done better on a laptop a lot of the time, then supplemented with some cellphone use.
Luckily today you have quicker charge and only use about half the energy. So it makes a bit more sense to use the phone compared to before.
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2018nope 20Gb, example is im working on Spotifys New Head Quarters at the New World Trade Center, ... moreWell then you should realize that your phone doesn't fully load the file, it simply doesn't have the capacity for it. No phone available does.
If this does turn out to be accurate performance, I wonder if SD8150 is actually Qualcomm's higher powered always-connected laptop/chromebook SoC to better take on intel?
Marco M, 21 Nov 2018Still not informing your phone. Many phones exists in this world, also those with weak battery life.i used to have a note 3 with a 10,000Mah zero lemon battery, i would kill it almost 2 times a day.
Marco M, 21 Nov 2018And modern day phones can run these just as simple as my Milestone could run NES, SNES and N64... moreyou were talking about the motorola milestone, that phone is def not running dolphin emulator . and PUBG runs alot better and longer than playing games like super mario sunshine.
Marco M, 21 Nov 2018Still not informing your phone. Many phones exists in this world, also those with weak battery life.I use a s9+
Marco M, 21 Nov 2018Did you mean 20MB? Which is already a lot and can require upwards to 16GB RAM to run. 20GB... morenope 20Gb, example is im working on Spotifys New Head Quarters at the New World Trade Center, all in all its 249 pages to print, with thousands of layers, not saying my phone handles it with ease but it does open and allows me to make small changes
clickbait & clearly fake
THere's no way that there would be that big difference between 2 snap 845 phone, and this pretty much shows how reliable the benchmark is...
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2018No phone has ever lasted me a single day, and the CAD work I do on my phone is the biggest hit... moreDid you mean 20MB? Which is already a lot and can require upwards to 16GB RAM to run.
20GB seems way off and your phone wouldn't be able to load it anyways.
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2018Also I'm not talking baby emulators like for Gameboy and stuff, more like ps1 and psp and Game... moreAnd modern day phones can run these just as simple as my Milestone could run NES, SNES and N64 emulators. Dolphin has allowed emulating gamuecube games for years now. PUBG at highest setting is still a lot heavier to run.