Whats the use of the benchmarks? Still lags, and only improve launch of apps by 0.0000000001sec.
Up to 150MBPS??? I can only say this in malay language "GILA BABIIIIIIII!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Anonymous, 27 Jun 2013Exactly, it's not a consumer production unit. My concern is they're doing something they lear... moreI wouldn't give any credit to those Xperia Z Ultra test results. It would be a pretty stupid thing to do at this point because it was provided to gsmarena ANONYMOUSLY by a 3rd party.
Kostas-GR, 26 Jun 2013i remember a time, not too long ago, where HTC was constantly being criticized for updating th... moreThey're not really release it like HTC. HTC release it with pretty much major upgrade not just the processor.
MisterCats, 27 Jun 2013Here's some food, troll. Now go away.You need to throw the food elsewhere... otherwise they will keep coming. I don't know, provide a link to a flame war elsewhere I guess.
They'll follow and we get rid of them;
MisterCats, 27 Jun 2013Here's some food, troll. Now go away.LOL! Seems I hit on a sensitive topic for you.
rcl4444, 26 Jun 2013This maybe, however the Z Ultra is a 6.44" phablet and not a phone...and we don't know wh... moreif you can make call (the basic function of phone) and messaging like sms than xperia Z Ultra is a PHONE
Xperiaan, 26 Jun 2013didn't the Xperia Z Ultra scored more in antutu? I guess 4k more....? and its not yet a final ... moreExactly, it's not a consumer production unit. My concern is they're doing something they learned form their Computer mfg unit and what many computer manufacturers did in the computer industry about 10 years ago. They basically tweaked the internals and OS on the pre-production units they supplied to the companies who ran the benchmark tests.
This took place for about a year before ZD, pc mag and others caught on. Then they all stopped and waited for production units. Same with the TPC benchmarks. Nobody pays attention to the TPC tests Oracle, Microsoft, IBM release because they've tweaked the machines to specifically perform better on the benchmark tests.
The final Xperia scores may be better on the production units but the only way to achieve that is if Sony is adding more memory and/or overclocking the internals.
I'm guessing this isn't the type of reply you were hoping for ;)
McLovin, 26 Jun 2013Nice scores. I'll just wait for S5. My S3 serves me well. No need to upgrade right now.This is ONLY for the Korean market. As always Samsung keeps the best stuff at home while we pay premium for lower performance stuff.
i remember a time, not too long ago, where HTC was constantly being criticized for updating their flagship every 6 months usually with a "+" model, and therefor dissapointing their customers that where feeling cheated...
for how long is the S4 out yet? is it 2 months?
HOW ABOUT THAT.... :P
Dumdung, 26 Jun 2013Lol I never thought that benchmarks would make people this happy! As long it works properly fo... moreWelcome to the world of the Android fanboy. Scorezzz and corezz! That's what they care about, regardless of real world performance. Until the brand they worship doesn't score as high, that is.
nz, 26 Jun 2013Same chipsets but the antutu of sony xperia z ultra is better than the samsung galaxy s4 advan... moredoes the score really matters?? my friends old xperia s outperforms xperia z in some task n his phone has a very low score in antutu compared to xz... all these r gimmics... my old S2 doesnt come any close to S4 in antutu but loads web pages faster using wifi... these r all trics... sure the new phones have various advantages over old ones but these benchmark scores r of no use in real life thats y every time u get a new n different score...