YUKI93, 01 Feb 2020Because Android, enough said.Having lots of RAM is not something to be proud about. Either your software is incompetent at managing memory, or you're adding something superfluous to please the specs-watching nerds that is totally irrelevant to 99.9% of the users out there.
The only specs you should watch are internal storage and battery capacity, everything else is optional or negotiable.
Anonymous, 01 Feb 2020Never buy crap dragon that over heating and lags when it comes to long runs of use.Funny, I thought it's Exynos that's guilty of those.
The newer Snapdragons are alright, and it really depends on the cooling and layout of the phones of each vendor.
Anonymous, 01 Feb 2020Slowly exynos has been falling behind snapdragon The 7420 and 810 were exynos prime since af... moreThe power difference is useless. Exynos version will run as fast as the Snapdragon one as all new top phones run the same in terms of speed. I guess no one runs a server on their phone to see any difference in terms of cpu speed. And the gpu is totally useless.You have graphics on games compared with 2003 pc graphics. No need for that power. The only thing that matters is the power consumption.
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2020Had they not killed linux on dex it would make COMPlETE sense. Now that they did it's just bra... moreThat makes no sense. :)
All manufacturers has at some point in time tried to sell consumer products running Linux. All of them stopped as there's zero demand, to the extent buyers returned devices when they realised software they wanted to use isn't compatible.
The performance boost is obviously for Android games and apps, not for things no one would use on Linux.
Anonymous, 01 Feb 2020The s9 plus got 2100 multicore snapdragon 845 last yeara So that's not acceptable improvement50% isn't improvement?
Never buy crap dragon that over heating and lags when it comes to long runs of use.
Anonymous, 01 Feb 2020Slowly exynos has been falling behind snapdragon The 7420 and 810 were exynos prime since af... moreI have S10 plus Exyons 9820 Since 9 month now and battery life are really good and gaming performance in general very good expect for few games like PUBG, but COD runs excellent without any drop frame or overheating issue as you mentioned.
Bilawal, 01 Feb 2020My S10+ Exynos scored 826 in SC and 2224 in MCThe s9 plus got 2100 multicore snapdragon 845 last yeara
So that's not acceptable improvement
Anonymous, 01 Feb 2020I will buy it. Exynos is more than fine, never had any issues.Slowly exynos has been falling behind snapdragon
The 7420 and 810 were exynos prime since after
Each generation Is 10 20% behind
Which lead to 25% faster cpu in 855 and 40% faster gpu in 855 compared to exynos 9820
And exynos is a lot more power hungry about 20% less battery life on this model and it heats up and throttle games like in 2 mins snapdragon are in they game
Next years exynos will be interesting tho new and GPU a and ditching custom cores
You basically pay for a Inferior device
NipponFan, 01 Feb 202012gb ram. My laptop has as much... SadBecause Android, enough said.
Qualcomm version for Korean version? Hmmm... this should be interesting. I wonder if Asian markets, particularly South-East Asian ones like Malaysia in my case, would also get SD865.
So Europe will get worse product with worse performance, battery life etc. (=Exynos).
Anonymous, 01 Feb 2020Ha, ha, great sarcasm material. Android phones don't bottle neck their hardware. Sure! :)Name one feature on Android that is bottlenecked by hardware but not on iOS?
kuba, 01 Feb 2020Android phones are usually abandoned by producers 6-13 months after release. I strongly think ... moreYeah? That's why I am now downloading an official Android 10 update on my S9... 2 years after release.
kuba, 01 Feb 2020Android phones are usually abandoned by producers 6-13 months after release. I strongly think ... moreBS, I have a Samsung S8 and it has Android 9 on it. Been getting security and system updates since I have owned it. That is nearly a 3-year-old android phone.