AnonD-311731, 24 Sep 2014Agreed, the HTC M8 scores 962 single core and 2,761 multi core. When the M9 comes out and it's... moreWow, that comment reeks of so much fanboyism. I don't like apple products either, but are you seriously expecting old devices to compete with upcoming devices forever? Of course newer phones with better hardware will at some point blow the iphone out of the water.
invitado, 13 Oct 201442094. The score of muy OnePlus One un antutu. But j just 349 $ :0Enjoy your tinted screen and faulty ram due to great production variation tolerance for greater yield and thus cheaper devices.
Agreed, the HTC M8 scores 962 single core and 2,761 multi core. When the M9 comes out and it's speculated to have a 64 bit quad core cpu, better screen , 3 GB. What Apple did to their customers will again be exposed. I see the iphone6 as basically an empty housing. It really has a decent cpu and gpu, but starved for memory (16GB storage & 1GB ram) and battery, where android is way more generous, even allows you the flexibility to upgrade to 128 GB without making it a new phone purchase.
It is not fair to compare the galaxy s5 to the iPhone 6.
The device is very old respectively. Also, the single core scores don't really mean much for android devices. All android devices with 4 cores or more ALWAYS run at least 2 cores.
A fair comparison would be to compare the Nexus 6/X to the iPhone 6
Alex, 20 Sep 2014I suggest you take a look at some of the benchmarks of the S5 compared to iPhone 6 plus or iPh... moreYup you should not say anything, for obviously you got your facts wrong. Take a look at a more even handed comparison of the benchmark will ya?
S5 2GB version comes in at 2927 and iPhone 6 at 2903 and 6 Plus at 2931 ....
Who is blowing anyone out of what water again? Stow the iFruity favoured weeds, will you?
X, 19 Sep 2014Have you seen the memory speed? Around 7 GB/s.
Compare that with a class 10 microSD card (10M... moreIts true to some extent but if you dive down deep into the individual tests done, you notice that most of the extra performance points are awarded for tasks like encryption that do benefit from 64bit far more than a 32 bit cpu, if we take that our of the equation, then we will start to see that gap diminish very rapidly to the point where the A8 doesn't seem so fast. Its all about balancing the bench marks to areas that are on an even playing surface, the fact is that while the bench mark awards points for doing well in encryption times, you don't really use this in your daily use of the phone.
IM sure a 64 SD 810 ( core frequency lowered to the same as A8 would provide an interesting result. But it wouldn't be fair as its architecture is newer.
Ps, if you want a reasonable way of seeing the iPhone 6 score in 32, half the score in some places as the 64 bit has double registers compared with 32 bit. lol
Anonymous, 20 Sep 2014And they "forgot" that the S5 can go much brighter (op to 698 nits...) than that whe... moreI suggest you take a look at some of the benchmarks of the S5 compared to iPhone 6 plus or iPhone 6, numbers speak for themselves so Im not going to argue. iPhone comes ahead in almost every single test.
Tannett, 20 Sep 2014" the human eye cannot even tell the difference between 720P and QHD until you are lookin... moreTannett:
I agree. I have a 28 inch display that I'm typing on now, and I would know immediately, even from 4 feet away, if it had 1080p, or something higher.
Anonymous, 20 Sep 2014And they "forgot" that the S5 can go much brighter (op to 698 nits...) than that whe... moreNot to mention they were silly enough to test the S5 screen in "Professional Photo" mode which is calibrated towards the Adobe RGB gamut, which is much wider than the sRGB gamut in itself, hence why they measured such a wide gamut and called actual choice a downside. *facepalm*.
Anonymous, 20 Sep 2014Weak review, left out many benchmarks programs and the contrast ratio which is the most crucia... moreAnd they "forgot" that the S5 can go much brighter (op to 698 nits...) than that when left in auto brightness.
I.Q., 20 Sep 2014i challenge people all the time with my 5s who have an sammy s5 to things like blueprint readi... more" the human eye cannot even tell the difference between 720P and QHD until you are looking at 65"+ size screens"
I can only say one thing, do not drive a car for your and our safety and see an eye octor immediately if you can't see the difference and need 65" screens to do so.
Marcos Stein, 20 Sep 2014New benchmark http://www.tomsguide.com/us/iphone-6-benchmark-results,news-19584.html Poor Ga... moreWeak review, left out many benchmarks programs and the contrast ratio which is the most crucial part of the display and the galaxy s5 no doubts triumphs when it comes to black levels.
AnonD-71586, 19 Sep 2014Just imagine if apple would use on their phones the resolutions used on high end droids, imagi... moreTotally agreed, apple fanboy keep bragging about their iphone, not knowing that they had been fooled
1. keep investing on their ecosystem but never had the item you've bought, ie. buying mp3s, your mp3s would gone if you bought a non apple device.
2. Apple known as a very greedy company, they give minimum specs with a very unreasonable price. You got a 1080p device instead of quad hd device, minimum software ability, non customization, restriction.
yet apple fanboy bragging that their phone doesn't lags, your phone doesn't lags bcoz it does nothing. Lol
An apple fanboy for me is only a bunch of people that crazy about prestiges who very pathetic, they were robbed yet they proud about it. I dont see it as prestige, i see it as stupidity.
Also just a thought.... It's funny to me to see ppl argue over who's products better LIKE THEY GET PAID BY APPLE, OR SAM, OR ANY OF THEM TO FIGHT FOR THEM LOL these manufacturers don't even know us nor care about our thoughts haha they just wanna sell products. Again, nothing wrong with supporting your purchase