Walter C. Dornez, 24 Oct 2019Iḿ not sure if itś true for all of them, but PUBG seems to hit it a little ... moreAll chips throttle.
Apple Ax, Huawei, Snapdragon, Exynos. They all throttle after continuous usage.
Gsmarena did some tests few weeks back.
Huawei was the worst. Exynos wasn't that bad while only Snapdragon chips with thermal cooling didn't throttle.
Walter C. Dornez, 24 Oct 2019Iḿ not sure if itś true for all of them, but PUBG seems to hit it a little ... moreGaming is definitely better on phones with some thermal cooling.
I think thermal cooling should be standard in flagships in 2020.
Anonymous, 24 Oct 2019Plz mention the name of the game. Iḿ not sure if itś true for all of them, but PUBG seems to hit it a little hard (9825 a bit better in this regard). Even for other high graphics games that run fine for the first few minutes and matches, it seems to throttle in some units. Like I said, some not all. It definitely can game, just not nearly as good as the Snapdragon and the A chips. At the price they are asking, they should be performing as good.
Walter C. Dornez, 24 Oct 2019In more graphically intensive games, I've seen it throttles. Not to mention it heats up.Plz mention the name of the game.
I've seen Huawei's Kirin 810, MTK's G90T and lots of midrange Snapdragons were already using cortex A76+A55 cores while Samsung's midrangers were still stuck at A73+A53 core for their processor. I doubt if this new midrange Exynos SoC would ever catch-up with the other. Their midrange SoC were just weaker than other manufacturers and yet they still sell those at even ridiculous pricing relative to competition.
Whatever Exynos is, the fact still stand that exynos is still inferior to Snapdragon in terms of gaming.
Anonymous, 23 Oct 2019Name one game where performance lags behind other flagships? Most mobile games aren't even uti... moreIn more graphically intensive games, I've seen it throttles. Not to mention it heats up.
CptPower, 23 Oct 2019Exinos was it is and always will be far worse than Qualcomm. With lots of problems with secu... morewas it not better during note4 era? i remember heat issues and higher battery cons with sd at that time
pleaseeee Samsung I really really like your phones
but work on your finger print issues please :'(
Anonymous, 23 Oct 2019SD865 = 7nm sD875 = 5nm s865 should be based on 6nm.
if samsung introduces 9830 (or stg like that) it will be built on 6nm and when they announce the processor after that it will be built on 5nm. s11 processor: 6nm, note 11 processor: 5 nm.
Both the next Exynos and Snapdragon processors will be on Samsung's 7nm EUV process. I think it's too early for 5nm.
Hopefully the Synopsys, Arm, and Samsung JV should substantially improve Samsung SoCs and also have Samsung move away from custom (mongoose) core. That should probably ensure that their SoCs improve where they need to.
IIRC Samsung's 7nm density was behind TSMC's, and these improvement numbers also don't seem as impressive as TSMC's. Samsung seems to be planning GAA for 3nm and that's the next chance they have at overtaking TSMC in node performance, since 14nm.
Anonymous, 23 Oct 2019Name one game where performance lags behind other flagships? Most mobile games aren't even uti... moreName a person that buy what they need instead like other plonkers getting the latest as they haven't got a clue!
Can you imagine that people still think that iphone is unhackable?!
...so apple mount sales on peoples stupidity