Anonymous, 23 Dec 2020Yes! M1 is predicted to crush bones by geekbench and it does exactly that in real time test... moreApple is too big, spin off iOS allow android to run on apple hardware and other phone manufacturers to access iOS. Win win for everyone... Except apple and its monopoly.
P-CHM, 23 Dec 2020"Nobody"
Tell that to the buyers of millions of MacOS-powered devices every year.If Mac has millions of buyers, Windows has billions.
That guy is right. Most people haven't even heard of Mac OS.
Anonymous, 22 Dec 2020“ Website updates the scores after the phone is officially launched, they don't update th... moreGeekBench is unreliable. You want evidence?
Go watch millions of speed tests of last year's A13 which scores 1500 points in Single core yet loses terribly to Snapdragon 865 with single core score of 900. How can a phone which is twice as powerful on paper lose in real world tests?
GeekBench doesn't measure the performance of other peripherals like storage and other things, thereby it isn't a compound benchmark, just a benchmark which gives you therotical cpu power which fails to live up in the real world. Hence, it is not a true representation of how the device works in real life.
Your GeekBench Champion A14 starts to sweat and thermal throttle after 10 min when pushed with a heavy load, which afcourse the Benchmark will never tell you but real world usage will.
Andreidinutu, 22 Dec 2020No it isn't google. No one is to blame. There are so many components in the android worl... moreI wonder how much of that high score numbers is optimization and how much is just more cpu power that you see as numbers as in geekbench or spec. I guess we'll know if google makes their own socs.
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2020Keep that Tight integration gimmick to yourself.
Nobody cares about MacOS "Nobody"
Tell that to the buyers of millions of MacOS-powered devices every year.
Andreidinutu, 23 Dec 2020Care to give any proof?Look at iOS issues on forums with laggy performance in games due to no optimization of A14 chip.
With iOS 14.xx they fixed certain issues.
It still thermal throttles in heavy games though.
AnonD-804996, 22 Dec 2020Except... it doesn't. There are literally benchmark screenshots of both on internet lmao.... moreHe is talking about real world speed tests while you are still stuck on benchmarks which don't matter at all.
SingAd, 23 Dec 2020What Apple optimization?? Was the new A14 optimized for iOS 14 out of the box?? No it wasn't. Care to give any proof?
IpsDisplay, 23 Dec 2020explain why the mediatek dimensity 800U
Is praised by GSMarena here for amazing thermals :
... moreActually the Snapdragon 750 is the chip with least thermal throttling among all Snapdragon chips available right now.
Rida Issa, 22 Dec 2020Cause you are never satisfied, even if the snapdragon is considered 1 to 2 seconds faster, you... moreSo you as a human being take issue with our literal nature of constant thirst for development??
Look around you everything you see is because of this
AnonD-964130, 22 Dec 2020Mediatek midrangers are overclocked heaters such that phones at this segment requires cooling ... moreexplain why the mediatek dimensity 800U
Is praised by GSMarena here for amazing thermals :
"In terms of surface temperature, the Realme 7 5G never got even close to uncomfortable to hold. In fact, we had to feel-around on the back panel to find the one slightly warmer spot where the chipset resides."
And explain why the 750G gets hot like the sun in comparison to the 800U here:
Andreidinutu, 22 Dec 2020No it isn't google. No one is to blame. There are so many components in the android worl... moreWhat Apple optimization?? Was the new A14 optimized for iOS 14 out of the box?? No it wasn't.
Andreidinutu, 22 Dec 2020The second version is the one which I own. And he said im a samsung fanboy (or you i dont care... moreStill slow. 3 pro is the model now. But it doesn't matter, because you defend Samsungs exynos with all guards up. That's f4nb0y defense.!
Except no one really cares if it is a bit more powerful on paper because as shown only this year, Samsung simply can't cobble together a CPU that doesn't overheat doing even the most lightweight tasks.
Android Authority, 22 Dec 2020Website updates the scores after the phone is officially launched, they don't update the ... moreYes!
M1 is predicted to crush bones by geekbench and it does exactly that in real time tests.
iPhones and iPads beat the Intel of mobiles (Qualcomm) by a mile in cpu intensive tasks (like video encoding) for years.
It is head scratching that androids love monopolies. I thought they were all for choice, yet you only have one chipmaker. Why is that? It is not as if the architecture can't give more, Apple is bone crushing for years. Where is the competitors?
Used to be the case that all of Texas Instruments (omap), nVidia (tegra), Mediatek and Samsung were part of the space and often outperforming qualcomm. Where did they all go? Maybe dirty tactics with modems put qualcomm (a know patent troll, much like Intel in desktops) at the top instead of engineering chops?
If yes. What happened? I thought you, androids, support competition. Why is the worst performer of all survived and good chipmakers died? And if so why do you support them?
Duck of death, 22 Dec 2020It's a deliberate attempt to leech on other tech reputation. Classic Apple salesmanship. ... moreWait, where's the lie? How else could you possibly describe a high bandwidth system?