AnonD-146767, 18 May 2013Wouldn't it be much better if we had Dual Core Processor with a 6 Core Processor, instead of 2... moreNope.It is like the phone operates mostly on the lower end cpu as it provides performance as well as Battery saving.But in case of 2+6 it is like the phone more often has to hotplug the 6 core cpu.You may experience lag during normal phone operations like Live wallpaper etc.
I managed to get a score of 12,981 with the Quad-core version of the S4 available in the UK. It's a fast phone, but have noticed some lags once a lot of applications are open, still, much improved from the S3 that I had previously.
Wouldn't it be much better if we had Dual Core Processor with a 6 Core Processor, instead of 2 Quad Core Processors.
benchmarks are fine with the sgs4 im happy, but why the micro stutters/lags in and out of applications like phone, messages, contacts, etc, etc.?? u can really see it..whyyyyyy!! i hoped for buttery smooth experience on this phone because it is two 4cores / 8cores. my eyes hurt seeing this. i hope samsung fix it whichever is causing this. :( sorry bad english grammar.
Keke, 30 Apr 2013It's crystal clear that HTC beats S4 almost in everything. HTC for life no matter whatI feel that is a very close-minded way of thinking. I, myself, am a die-hard Samsung fanboy, yet see several pros and cons of each.
The only things the HTC One has over the S4 is superior appearance, (though not the actual quality, durability, or repariability) and a bunch of things that really come down to preference. I played with a One though, and was very impressed at its screen, usability and interface. for a large number of reasons though, I'll likely get an S4.
AnonD-41916, 30 Apr 2013also, iphones usually has the best benchmark results. especially with glbenchmark. if you know... moreiphones are history... they don't stand a chance with the current samsung S4 and HTC one...
WorkedHard4MyMoney, 30 Apr 2013Benchmarks, frequencies, MHzs, GBs, etc are all missleading and for amateurs. I buy what gives... morewell buy an apple product then, and keep your opinions to yourself as I can't see anything in this article about apple products.
WorkedHard4MyMoney, 30 Apr 2013Benchmarks, frequencies, MHzs, GBs, etc are all missleading and for amateurs. I buy what gives... moreHahahaha!!! That's the funniest thing I've heard all day. Keep telling yourself that and may be it'll come true.
WorkedHard4MyMoney, 30 Apr 2013Benchmarks, frequencies, MHzs, GBs, etc are all missleading and for amateurs. I buy what gives... morealso, iphones usually has the best benchmark results. especially with glbenchmark. if you know what i mean. ;)
Benchmarks, frequencies, MHzs, GBs, etc are all missleading and for amateurs. I buy what gives me the best user experience, best security, and best ecosystem.
And that's Apple products.
It's crystal clear that HTC beats S4 almost in everything. HTC for life no matter what
I think for the manufacturers Storage is more expensive than processor as most stick to 4, 8, 16 GB only and never go for 64, 128 GB etc even though the size of the chip will still be very small or they are dumb.
It will be great if GSM team can put both the units and show everyone,
Whats the difference!
AnonD-140557, 29 Apr 2013Hi hi! Got the s4 I9500 tonight. For me Pro: Good screen with high ppi, Good battery life, Li... morefor me it does, i love the gesture thing (in browser specially), it works great during my 10 minute test at the store, i like the desing much better too, feels more solid somehow, i my own phone should arrive next week so considering all the new features i say its a nice upgrade...
AnonD-129371, 28 Apr 2013Be nice if you bothered to benchmark both S4's...yupp that's what i was missing, would be a nice comparison indeed.
Human, 29 Apr 2013Bro, for the bragging rights I gained, get it?heard of this saying "Buy something that you don't need with money you don't have to show off to someone who don't care"