Regarding the Snapdragon 810 benchmark results: Has anyone tried to run all those benchmarks on an SM-N910C, the Galaxy Note 4 version based on the Exynos 5433? All except the GPU results are impressively better, and keep in mind that the performance drop is not noticable after repeated tests. Even though 64-bit is not enabled even on Android Lollipop, the SM-N910c does not have any of the heating problems the SNapdragon 810 has and performs even better
1080p screen only 62hours battery endurance bad battery backup my quad hd note 4 score 87 hours on battery endurance....http://blog.gsmarena.com/samsung-galaxy-note-4-battery-life/
Rub off? That's not Oneplus Sandstone back.
Bend? That's not iPhone 6+.
The cpu unit simply failed. Very dissapointing. There is no way to extend the battery life to more 50% with software optimization. The octacore overheats and is not powersaving. All the rumors where right about it. Its a hardware problem and samsung will stamp it into the dust with its new cpu. Apple know why they let samsung produce their new a8 14nm chip at Samsung. Qualcomm was ahead last two years with their quadcore chips. But lost the race With octacore. Lg did wrong to be the first with this chip. Very dissapionting.
What a shame, I wanted this phone so bad, but that's terrible web browsing battery life and poor performance with such a throttled cpu. Looks like Samsung is my last hope
ZeroFM, 18 Feb 2015you wrong . z3 1080p , 5.2 screen , Snapdragon 801 . You just confirmed what he said so how was he wrong? Maybe read and understand next time, or are you seriously denying that Flex2 is 5.5" and 1080p? Smoke grandpas underwear much?
It seems that sd810 has overheating issue,,
and battery efficiency seems horrible
Exynos 7 14nm much mature than this
don't forget that qualcomm is newbie in big.little licensor
Lg managed to make a phone with "flex" in the name that is not flexible...wow.Also i expect the self healing coating to rub off the back due to usage therefore making it a useless feature after a few months.Also with the so called software improvements the chipset will heat even more losing battery life which is not stellar by any means already perhaps losing performance too needing more time to cool off.Last thing i would like to mention is that having a curved phone in your front pocket which is unable to flex will probably bend it in the wrong way(let's not forget this has a 5.5 inch display not something that will sit vertically in the pocket) cause some serious damage to the phone(looking at you "self healing coating").
one look at the battery life and you know this phone isn't worth it.
Stop whining about the battery life! 62h is more than enough for a full day of heavy usage. The 810's overheating kills the battery obviously. Same happened to Nexus 4 back in the day and even though the battery was 44h which means almost one day of not so heavy usage I was quite happy with the phone. Nobody forces you to buy it, so just remain silent and buy the next Galaxy, Lumia or iPhone and be the same.
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2015One of the best things about the original was battery life, dissapointed with this. Still a be... moreLG G2 used to be a king of battery life. Now LG's FLOPship phones are LOSERS in this area. G3 with its humungous 5.5" undecidedly a phablet or a phone with 2K-useless resolution.
Well the S810 its done for, Samsung its going to have it really easy with Exynos 7420 on the S6.
One of the best things about the original was battery life, dissapointed with this. Still a beautiful handset though