MagicMonkeyBoy, 09 Jul 2020I completely agree with you... And Gary explains showed clearly the shortcomings with anandtechNo one trusts a low-rep Youtuber like him.
Your statement of iPhone 11 Pro not being able to run PUBG Mobile at balanced 60fps or higher? False news 🙉 it can even run HDR 60fps smoothly while recording with nearly no chopped framerates and good audio synchronization (some Androids can't).
Of course it's not a gaming phone, it gets warm quickly, so stop comparing it with a Red Magic. RM's camera performance is much weaker.
Anonymous, 09 Jul 2020They could buy Asus, could do this, could do that. Would've, could've, should'... moreOf course ROG Phone 2 aces an iPhone in gaming, provided that its software is completely optimised for the game.
Rk100, 09 Jul 2020I just realized, your username is iOS sucks, i'm talking to a wall. Apples, phones are al... moreXDA Developers reviewed the OnePlus 8 Pro's display (which is his phone) and mentioned that the display's quality is not as good as it's supposed to be. Risk of discoloration.
Thanks I gave up on the OnePlus 8 Pro after listening to this.
iOS Sucks, 09 Jul 2020Apple is the one cheating by slowing down cpu performance with every update. They were caught... moreI just realized, your username is iOS sucks, i'm talking to a wall. Apples, phones are also the ones that last longer.
Anonymous, 08 Jul 2020Snapdragon prices rising exponentially.That’sa very big concern with US corporations dont allow competing HiSilicon and other makers forcing Android to have only one player in the SoC and making it monopoly and improve stock prices and QC and Apple. Qualcomm is a very dangerous and cunning like Apple in milking the market using all the options like litigation, threatening, bullying, asking government to do con jobs in shutting down competition etc and make VERY VERY HUGE profits at the cost of consumer interests.
Anonymous, 09 Jul 2020They could buy Asus, could do this, could do that.
Would've, could've, should'... morehttps://youtu.be/mQtbeDnpdZM
There you go, a13 is only bad at keeping apps open due to low ram.
Anonymous, 09 Jul 2020They could buy Asus, could do this, could do that.
Would've, could've, should'... moreRound and round we go. Do you have any idea what repeated high wattage charging does to a battery over time? Physics would be another area that's pointless discussing with you.
Look I've already conceded to your ramblings, the ROG is a world beater as evidenced by the approval it enjoys from you and its world wide sales dominance......oh wait, sorry, regional partial sales sucess. Still, Apples days are indeed numbered.
though it's funny, your oblivious to the irony of wanting to speak of rating how companies perform in the real world, then being dismissive of Apple. Trillion dollar company wasn't it? I'm guessing thats a degree of success ASUS are simply not interested in right. On the other hand, I'm certain Apple's share holders are eager to never hear any suggestions you might have.
Look, GAMING smartphones are a niche most mainstream tech companies are simply not interested in. That is because market analysis would suggest there is just not enough interest to support the investment.
The result is the ROG series look like a big fish in a small pond, no pun intended, but the thing is just ridiculously large. Seriously at some point it surely just makes more sense to carry a Switch around with you.
AnonD-893029, 09 Jul 2020Ah there is simply no reasoning with you, it's just too complex a subject. look, you’re n... moreThey could buy Asus, could do this, could do that.
Would've, could've, should've... Blah blah blah!
We rate products and companies on how they perform in real world.
Not based on the potential of those companies.
Just like Samsung had potential for best camera on market with 108mp HM1 sensor. But that was on paper. In the real world they weren't any better than other 2020 flagships.
So we judge them on real world results not their potential.
Apple has potential to make gaming phone? Sure, being a trillion dollar company sure they do.
But did they make one?
Apple has potential to give 100W fast charging? Have they given it though?
Apple can buy Asus. But have they?
You live in your own fantasy world.
We live in the real world where ROG 2 is better for gaming than iPhone. Also in day to day performance.
We live in real world where SD865 running phones are outperformimg A13 in speed tests despite better potential of A13 on GeekBench.
You have a huge problem comprehending simple real world results.
Anonymous, 09 Jul 2020If they haven't produced a device like that, it means they lack the ability.
Just like... moreAh there is simply no reasoning with you, it's just too complex a subject. look, you’re never going to like anything Apple will do, to you they are just a bunch of (highly paid and highly qualified...and highly successful) incompetents, who despite lacking your obvious genius have managed only to produce the world’s highest selling smartphone, smartwatch, tablet etc.
But your right everyone else is wrong, and the ROG 2 is the best device in the world, one that Apple despite being able to afford any talent or resources in the world they would like, at any time, could never hope to reproduce. Why, because it’s the one some anonymous dude chose as his daily driver.
Heck, they could even buy ASUS's smartphone division if for some reason they chose to (i'm sure ASUS would be flattered by the offer at least, after all they are not exactly racking it in with the ROG phones) and still not be capable of such, why, because some anonymous dude who doesn't like Apple says so.
AnonD-893029, 09 Jul 2020You appear to be confused with the concepts of ‘can not’ and ‘choose not to’.
How one comes ... moreIf they haven't produced a device like that, it means they lack the ability.
Just like they took 10 years to deliver widgets.
Still its half baked compared to widgets from Android in 2011.
Trillion dollar company still can't do widgets better than 100 dollar phones from relatively small Android manufacturers.
Same with fast charging. Still giving 18W coz they lack the ability to innovate.
AnonD-893029, 09 Jul 2020Nobody has mentioned specifics, they have just suggested I checkout 'speed tests'. a... moreIt is an exact science.
They slow everything down to get results and have multiple runs.
All apps are standardized and arranged in order for easy access.
If the results were the opposite with A13 beating SD865, you would have been singing a different tune.
A13 with 40% more single core performance than SD865 on GeekBench 5 miserably fails in the real world.
Lol, Must be all the Optimization of iOS.
Anonymous, 09 Jul 2020Real world results of Poco F2 pro (500$ device) outperforming iPhone 11 pro Max in speed test ... moreNobody has mentioned specifics, they have just suggested I checkout 'speed tests'. at least i pointed to a specific article.
Like it said though, i watch such video's often, from a number of different content creators, the results vary, as do the test conditions and steps.
Its not an exact sience.
Anonymous, 09 Jul 2020"But, I’m not dumb enough to believe for a second that Apple, a company with a marketing ... moreYou appear to be confused with the concepts of ‘can not’ and ‘choose not to’.
How one comes to the conclusion that one the most profitable and wealthy companies in the world somehow lacks the ability to technically compete is beyond me.
There is no reason for apple to pursue such a niche avenue, the market simply is not large enough to entice them to do so. Just ask ASUS and the several dozen ROG phones they have sold.
No, smarter business acumen would suggest you consider GAMING as an aspect of the smartphone experience, not the focus.
Should that change, and Apple do decide to compete on those specific terms, they will simply turn to their existing engineering talent base or purchase as necessary, then implement the results into their own solution. ASUS and many others like them have until Apple decide to make such a choice, because they won’t be around much longer after that, not in the smartphone space anyway.
You and them will want to hope that indeed doesn’t happen until at least 2030.
Sorry though, I’m probably going over your head and confusing you again.
AnonD-893029, 09 Jul 2020What real world evidence??? The anandtech review is several pages of testing and analysis, wit... moreReal world results of Poco F2 pro (500$ device) outperforming iPhone 11 pro Max in speed test yet you are asking for evidence.
Other people in comment section already told you about those results on YouTube yet you want to turn a blind eye to it and say A13 performs better than SD865.
Anonymous, 09 Jul 2020It's pretty clear that Anand Lal Shimpi will be fired from his job if they write an artic... moreWhat real world evidence??? The anandtech review is several pages of testing and analysis, with the findings and evidence shown and contextualised. Against that, you put your random anecdotal ramblings in a comments section.
Anonymous, 09 Jul 2020It's pretty clear that Anand Lal Shimpi will be fired from his job if they write an artic... moreI completely agree with you... And Gary explains showed clearly the shortcomings with anandtech
AnonD-893029, 09 Jul 2020why am i required to tell you anything, you can keep incorrectly guessing for all i care.
Y... moreIt's pretty clear that Anand Lal Shimpi will be fired from his job if they write an article exposing the shortcomings of Apple.
You can continue being reliant on biased sites.
No point arguing with brainwashed ppl who refuse to accept real world evidence.
AnonD-893029, 09 Jul 2020Well here's a hint....stop assuming you know in the first place!!!!!!!
I don't sh... more"But, I’m not dumb enough to believe for a second that Apple, a company with a marketing budget alone that is likely big enough to purchase ASUS outright if they so choose, is unable to muster the engineering prowess necessary to produce a GAMING orientated device like the ROG 2, again if they so choose"
>>Inspite of all That purchasing power they still can't produce a device dedicated for mobile gaming. Let that sink in.
Don't worry boy you'll get that device in the year 2030.