FAZA, 11 Oct 2014what iPhone 6 plus done in benchmark
1gb ram > 3 gb ram
dual CORE> quad core
I think... moreIn translation you have absolutely no clue what you are talking about.
And obviously have never used IOS either.
EStar, 11 Oct 2014This is a proper flagship phone! But I just am wondering how amazing the performance would... moreExactly what I thought. The qhd resolution makes the performance on par with last years flagship at best, specially in gaming. I can't help but wonder how much the performance and battery life would've been improved with a 1080p screen. I guess the coming z compact could have that combination as all phones above 5" are most likely going to get bumbped to QHD resolution to keep the spec battle even.
what iPhone 6 plus done in benchmark
1gb ram > 3 gb ram
dual CORE> quad core
I think i7 come in competition to beat A8 chit lol
AnonD-175233, 11 Oct 2014Provide proof? Where did you read this?I think one obvious way of proof is look at the battery results.
It scores 17 1/2 hours in video.
And even though Amoled uses more power to display white and the Note is 5.7 inch QHD it matches and beats most browser scores and is only slightly outdone by a few.
I think that speaks for itself.
As far as where it came from I think it was an article on here. Possibly the one to do with the Displaymate tests??? Or in the newsfeed a few pages back?
Do a Google search.
Looks like something to do with a much better optimized panel self refresh
I have tried Note 4 in Samsung Shop. It is really really really fast. This is the first time Touchwiz feels fast like a Nexus device.
AnonD-305805, 11 Oct 2014Can someone explain to me HOW the Note 4 manages to outperform the Note 3 in terms of battery ... moreThe chip like you said.
Plus they improved the efficiency in the displays technology.
The new 5.7inch qhd Amoled panel uses up to 40% less power than its' 5 inch 1080p LCD rivals.
So to all of you whining about it being a waste.... get over it and accept the advancing of future tech.
It obviously does amazing on battery and the new stronger chips handle it well.
This is a proper flagship phone!
But I just am wondering how amazing the performance would be if this was only 1080p but stayed with the Snapdragon 805 and Adreno 420. The battery life would be even better than what it is and who knows, could make the device a bit cheaper too!
QHD is just overkill to my eyes...considering my 55" TV is only 1080p and that is OK
Can someone explain to me HOW the Note 4 manages to outperform the Note 3 in terms of battery life when the capacity is almost the same, yet the Note 4 has way more pixels to address? What's the secret? More power efficient SOC won't justify this I guess. Maybe newer screen technology? I'm really interested in a proper explanation.
[deleted post]Yeah, you clearly wait for the exynos version since snapdragon performance didnt come as you expected. Sorry for that LOL.
AnonD-252981, 11 Oct 2014I have the white SM-N910U, that's the Exynos version with LTE. I honestly can't find the gap t... moreWhat different results do you get with the Exynos version?
I'm eager on this. As well as with the Exynos version having the Wolfson DAC I can't wait to see a comparison.
By default they sadly seem to sound oddly similar....But I think the Wolfsan is more tweakable.
Simply amazing phone!
I have a quick question. Will the phone be running ART or Dalvik Android Runtime? If its Dalvik, then are we looking at even better performance / benchmarks with ART when Andriod L comes along?
Thanks in advance.
I have the white SM-N910U, that's the Exynos version with LTE. I honestly can't find the gap they are talking about. Maybe it was a bad first batch. On my phone you can only see where the glass emva and metal begins, since the glass doors not cover the metal.
AnonD-312758, 11 Oct 2014Check out the performance reviews and compare it with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+. Hardware wise, S... moreYes in benchmarks the Iphone 6/6+ do considerably well to most others.
That actually has a lot more to do with the GPU in it rather than completely on the whole SoC. That and the restrictions of IOS.
But those are benchmarks. Real world use tells a whole different story.
IOS has always been the leader in app crashes. As well as decently ahead of most in bugs.
However IOS 7 and 8 bring many more bugs that they have to keep releasing update after update to attempt and fail at fully fixing.
Plus it's laggy and freezes a lot. And there is barely any added function to account for the weight they have added.
On top of the bugs and lags, coupling 64 bit with 1GB does nothing to help it's performance. And limiting the clock speed to account for their weaker batteries does not help either.
If they could have worked out the bugs, added beafier batteries, and clocked the device to 1.8-2ghz coupled with 2 or 3GB of ram....
For the first time in history Iphones could have actually been more worth their price and actually had this unrealistic fake lead in performance over Droid devices their excessive fans have always thought they had.
I can't wait to see a full review on the Exynos variant which is supposed to have some of a lead over the Sanpdragon version.