the tech nerd, 27 Oct 2015OK let's just admit for a while that 810 GPU is less performing than others ,but it actually d... moreOn that score I fully agree with you. Despite what TannHauser says I have nothing against the 810. I was actually two seconds away from buying a Oneplus Two on eBay (A device as you may know built around the 810), I chickened out in the end over concerns that it may not have been the correct model, obviously I couldn't buy one outright due to the ridiculous invite system.
The Adreno 430 is an excellent GPU more than up to the task, and I would have no problem owning a device featuring it.
I do have some concerns regarding the 810 and its thermal problems, and in this I am hardly the only one out there. Oneplus appear to have completely banished these issues by clocking the cpu of the 810 lower (1.82ghz instead of 2.0ghz) and are getting solid performance without any heating complaints out of the 810.
Ale, 27 Oct 2015Oh god don't tell me you are basing your view on this matter solely on gflop out put?????........ moreOK let's just admit for a while that 810 GPU is less performing than others ,but it actually doesn't matter if the phone is smooth enough for normal use, a flagship mobile doesn't mean that it has to have performance greater than PC's but it means that person would get good overall experience you get so just stop trolling like a fool and just understand what a flagship really means
AnonD-391800, 27 Oct 2015Well smart guy, you indeed are one of a kind...
I sincerely believe you will, in all your gl... moreI'm not sure why I'm bothering with this, you will never listen.
At the launch of the LG G4 Dr. Paul Jacobs (executive chairman of Qualcomm, son of the founder and a man with a doctorate in computer science) claimed that the Adreno 418 in the G4 was 20% faster than it's predecessor. Now since the 418 doesn't have a numerical predecessor I am going to assume he mean't the Adreno 330 in the G3.
At 578mhz (the speed at which it runs in the G3's Snapdragon 801) the Adreno 330 puts out 166.5 gflops. Based on your logic that gflops represent the sole measurement of GPU performance, an increase of 20% would mean an extra 33.3 gflops of speed for the 418. This however would mean that the 418 would be putting out 199.8 gflops.
The problem here is that would mean the 418 is actually more powerful than the Adreno 420, something we all know not to be the case.
So, either Dr. Jacobs is misinformed or ignorant of the performance of the GPU's his own company produce........or TannHauser is talking bullsh*t!!!!!!
So I'll say it again gflops are not the only factor in performance, and the Adreno 430 though being an excellent GPU is lagging behind the MAli-t760mp8 and PowerVR GT7600.
Ale, 27 Oct 2015Oh god don't tell me you are basing your view on this matter solely on gflop out put?????........ moreWell smart guy, you indeed are one of a kind...
I sincerely believe you will, in all your gloriousness, prove to us all here, besides continuously calling me and others fanboys and infants, and with some actuall proof and evidence about these three gpus, that adreno 430 is the worst of the bunch as you claim...
From mine actuall proof, by processing power adreno is on top...
Sincerely your favourite "fanboy",
Ale, 27 Oct 2015Then by all means sod off and get some medical attention!
How am I trolling???? TannHuaser... moreSorry that was supposed to read:
"Then by all means sod off and get some medical attention yourself!"
I never claimed to be the best at typing, especially when doing so on 4.7inch screen :)
AnonD-391800, 27 Oct 2015Here a list for you: http://kyokojap.myweb.hinet.net/gpu_gflops/ At least I provide some r... moreOh and I do not need to prove you are a fanboy, you own comments are quite convincing in that regard.
the tech nerd, 27 Oct 2015Whenever I read your comments I feel like you need medical attention, seriously man why you ju... moreThen by all means sod off and get some medical attention!
How am I trolling???? TannHuaser has made this claim and not backed it up, can you???
AnonD-391800, 27 Oct 2015And I believe that you are bias against SD 810, and every device that uses it, because of your... moreWhy the hell would I be biased about an SOC?????
You only defend it because it is in the Z5 range, at least admit that!
AnonD-391800, 27 Oct 2015Here a list for you:
At least I provide some r... moreOh god don't tell me you are basing your view on this matter solely on gflop out put?????.......are you????
If so then you are even less well informed than I was first lead to believe, there are far more factors that go into determining the overall performance of a GPU than that alone.
For some reason this table does not list the out put of the Adreno 418, but at 600mhz it's 172.8 gflops. Now based on your limited logic that would mean there is no difference between the 418 and the 420 performance wise, this however would fly in the face of Qualcomms own claim that the 418 is 20% faster than a Adreno 330 and the 420 is 40% faster than the 330.
You see the point I am trying to make? (I somehow doubt it)
Ale, 27 Oct 2015And what makes you believe anyone cares what you think!!!!! My views are impartial and base... moreWhenever I read your comments I feel like you need medical attention, seriously man why you just try to troll Sony badly and of course fail everytime
S6 is the winner. 6s better only in performance (just a slight than S6). Z5 better in design and display, which I don't think isn't a big deal in this comparison.
Ale, 27 Oct 2015How am I trolling???? come on you've made the accusation now back it up!!!!!! I have point ... moreAnd I believe that you are bias against SD 810, and every device that uses it, because of your predetermined views...in your every post
Ale, 27 Oct 2015Not sure what you mean by " but adreno is a more of a media consumers delight. And exynos mali... moreHere a list for you:
At least I provide some real evidence for my claims
So prove me a fanboy...
Hmmm. Looks like Samsung is now undercutting prices to sell more units. It's predator pricing. But, don't forget Sony & Apple don't reduce prices that often.
I doubt the quality of Samsung phones nowadays due to that. But, of course it will sell highly due to huge marketing prowess of Samsung. Most of the general public rarely see beyond a banner. & even if you do you have top 3 position in every review covered by Samsung. What a shame :(
Z5 is absolutely great device ever in my life
What a wonderful experience
AnonD-72449, 27 Oct 2015I always kept my brightness at about half, sometimes i would turn it up to %75 when watching a... moreSurprised to hear burn-in is still an issue on modern Amoled display's, I have never kept any of the device's featuring that screen tech long enough for it to be an issue.
Listening to the Phone Show Chat podcast recently however I did pick up on the host pointing out that the organic diodes that make up this screen type do die out after sustained use (which makes a lot of sense when you think about it, they are organic after all), especially the blue one's, this results in considerable decolourisation in the image quality of the display.
AMOLED it seems whilst having many benefits over traditional LCD tech, also has many flaws, Longevity chief among them.
AnonD-391800, 27 Oct 2015You on the other hand represent everything I hate about wannabe troll smartasses. You know, on... moreHow am I trolling???? come on you've made the accusation now back it up!!!!!!
I have point you bias out on numerous occasions, it's obvious for anyone to see.
Look up the definition of Troll (I can guess with a certain degree of confidence that you'll have to) and see how it applies to me.
I am neither bias towards or against any particular brand or platform, and when I comment it's form the experience that I have, yes I only had the Z5 one day.
In our previous 'discussion' (and I use that term loosely, as having such with you is impossible) I repeatedly stated that my negative experience with the Z5 was brief and may have been the result of a faulty unit. Brief though that experience was, I was still able to take some impressions away from it.
But your response was to ignore that and simply accuse me of lying about the whole thing anyway, clear evidence of paranoia on your part.
AnonD-442781, 23 Oct 2015I've never had burn-in before, but I think it only happens if your phone is on full brightness... moreI always kept my brightness at about half, sometimes i would turn it up to %75 when watching a video or something but never to full. The first time it happened to me i thought i had a faulty unit.. but as i had more devices with an AMOLED display i started to see a pattern.
Recently my father purchased a gently used Nexus 6, and the burn in is already starting to appear sligtly.. Keep in mind it's only about a year old at this point.
Most people don't get to experience it because they get rid of their phone and get the newest device on the market as soon as it drops. But i usually keep my smartphones for at least a year, if not longer. I love AMOLED tech, it's so beautiful it's just not reliable to me from previous experience so i always go for IPS tech.