Love the Community, 10 Dec 2019I am a Snapdragon fanboy btw. They made an ad almost 5 years ago that more cores doesn't m... moreThat was years ago when Mediatek use to have chipsets with an octa-core Cortex-A7 CPU in it, so it doesn't reflect the current market in how Mediatek and Snapdragon are competing, when they using ARM cores from Cortex-A53 to above in most of their chipsets. Even Snapdragon cores e.g. Kyro, Krait, etc. are based on ARM Cores, that even Mediatek uses, so the comparison with Snapdragon to Intel or Mediatek to AMD (Bulldozer) is just a contradictory opinion, it doesn't display the real fact.
Anonymous, 11 Dec 2019Go for Snapdragon.The enthusiasts may do that, but the majority does not google like I said if they get the pick of a phone with higher MP camera and twice the storage on Phone A but that phone use Mediatek while phone B using Snapdragon and half in both, the average normie will not but the Snapdragon device... (7-8 times out of then...)
MagicMonkeyBoy, 09 Dec 2019Mediatek is really doing very well. For the first time I am very impressed with mediatek. Very... more+1 Mediatek has improved hope to see more OEM's use the new dimensity chipset in their flagship phones.
Love the Community, 11 Dec 2019I don't care about company practices. I care for the specs and the fact that it's a household ... moreRead what Adul said ;-)
Are you sure you're able to read specifications properly or simply believe Propaganda?
You still believe Kryo are different compare to Cortex?
Or you believe in 200MP camera on SD865?
Read better...add MultiFrame Noise Reduction and Zero Shutter Delay and your camera fall to 64MP...
Dimensity 1000 allows 80MP with!
Or you believe in Qualcomm's AI and high TOPs?
You know Qualcomm's AI doesn't use dedicated inference hardware?
All is based on GPU and DSP (and CPU).
7TOPs on SD855 and AI processing is twice weaker than Dimensity 1000 with 4.5TOPs but Real inference hardware
Love the Community, 11 Dec 2019I don't care about company practices. I care for the specs and the fact that it's a household ... moreThat is nice, until they are the only player in town and all prices triple... XD
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2019Of course when you compare little cores to Big cores... If you take for exemple mt6592 with 8... moreI don't care about company practices. I care for the specs and the fact that it's a household name when it comes to cellphone processors nowadays.
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2019Better to use Snapdragon otherwise many people won't buy it.Who will not? The less than 5% who actually Google what they buy before they buy it? You know what most other people check? Storage & Camera... That is it! X-X
Anonymous, 09 Dec 2019Great choice.Lately mediatek chipset smartphones are more powerful and efficient than the Snap... moreI am actually surprised they picked Mediatek over Qualcomm who makes their chips at TSMC while Qualcomm makes em at Samsung... Does Samsung idirectly admit their fabs are inferior or will Mediatek begin to make them at Samsung house? :S
You talk a lot of nonsense, with nothing to back up your claims.
Cy, 10 Dec 2019A10s is already using mtk p22a10s doesnt sell well like A10,
Anonymous, 09 Dec 20191 - Snapdragon 2 - Exynos 3 - Kirin 4 - MediaTek. Ranked from best to worst. I've used many of them.Bull the Mediatek chips are superior to the Exynos ones becase both Hisilicon(Kirin) and Mediatek both make it at T.S.M.C. with superior chip quality while Snapdragon also made at TSMC before but they moved to Samsung only so that Samsung would agree to use more of their chips in their Samsung phones... A70, A80 & A90 for example?
Love the Community, 10 Dec 2019I am a Snapdragon fanboy btw.
They made an ad almost 5 years ago that more cores doesn't m... moreOf course when you compare little cores to Big cores...
If you take for exemple mt6592 with 8 tiny Cortex A7 to some SD600 or SD800 with 4 bigger Kraith.
Of course Qualcomm made the comparison.
But where is the comparison with mt6595 with 4 Cortex A17 and 4 Cortex A7.
Tell me why Qualcomm copied octa design with little cores with 8 Cortex A53 on SD615? Very badly compare to mt6752.
Since SD835, Kryo aren't real custom cores...
Behavior is nearly the same compare to standard Cortex...according to core's frequencies (and memory's frequencies).
Today, CPU wise, there's nearly no difference between Mediatek and Qualcomm.
Bad sales are partly due to anti-competitive behavior...
When you overpriced standard essential patents the customers had to buy you without any choice, you can make predatory pricing on your soc.
Have a look at this for exemple :
And there are many others courthouses decisions in China, South Korea, Europe, USA...
How can people support a company with such a bad behavior?
Will you support a football team if players play with kalashnikov to remove opponents?
I am a Snapdragon fanboy btw.
They made an ad almost 5 years ago that more cores doesn't mean it's better. Some Mediatek 8 core SoC faced against a flagship 4 core SOC (SD800?) and 4 cores defeat 8 core with ease because Qualcomm refined these cores. Qualcomm is like Intel while Mediatek was AMD FX processors (Bulldozer).
I remembered how underwhelming Helio X30 was which made Mediatek quit the flagship industry until they came back with Dimensity which will be like AMD Ryzen.
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2019Exynos processors are damn good, I rarely see people preferring MT to Exynos, Samsung fans or not.Helio P60 is on par with the Exynos 9610 they are specs wise almost identical, there could be some differences in download & upload speed of their modems but not by a huge margin...
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2019Have to go for Realme then, since they are using Snapdragon chips.Realme often use Mediatek to...
I'm still using 3G for daily needs (07AM-05PM), 4G is too crowded and not battery friendly. Lets see what would it be with 5G, seems the investments (on the operator side) would be crazy.
Anonymous, 09 Dec 2019No i don't think that these phones are getting 5g. The first comment may be rightBut those are the "low-end" smartphones
Have to go for Realme then, since they are using Snapdragon chips.