Anonymous, 19 Mar 2016haha you make me laugh. right lets go in more detail then, just for you. 2015 iPhone 6S Plus o... moreActually, most of the day to day apps make use of the multicores and you can monitor this happening through an app even.
AnonD-77443, 19 Mar 2016Awesome battery life, camera and performance... now bring on the NOTE 6!! :-)Yes!
I just got one, because of the camera.
Very good phone, but the curved screen is a terrible gimmick. The worst design feature of any non-Chinese phone I've seen.
I'll live with it until the Note 6 or the iPhone 7.
"The Galaxy S7 edge is easily the best Android phablet right now" this part of review made my day, thanks GSMArena
Anonymous, 19 Mar 2016haha you make me laugh. right lets go in more detail then, just for you. 2015 iPhone 6S Plus o... morewt??? iPhone 6s plus is mid range phone, wins to all 1080p phones on performance and gpu. Good.
But s7 edge is a 2160p AMOLED force touch high end premiun phone, ip8 water resintance, in his class have the best performance and gpu.
and s7 edge isnt ugly.
Anonymous, 19 Mar 2016Single core. Way to cherrypick. I can do that, too. Multicore! Gosh, that was easy. I see w... morehaha you make me laugh. right lets go in more detail then, just for you. 2015 iPhone 6S Plus out performs Samsung 2016 S7 in single core performance. S7 beats 6S plus in multi core performance, and 6S plus beats S7 in GPU performance. Now, if I needed to pick 2 out of 3, I know which 2 I would pick. Single core performance is more important for day to day operation and most of the apps most people use on a daily basis. And I am sure I dont need to explain why GPU would be good. As I said before, the difference is not so important, as both are extremely quick phones, but it is what it is
Anonymous, 19 Mar 2016haha. 720? iPhone 6S Plus, which is used in the benchmarks is 1080p. Single core and graphics ... moreSingle core. Way to cherrypick. I can do that, too. Multicore!
Gosh, that was easy. I see why you like it.
Anonymous, 15 Mar 2016Come on? the Galaxy s7 beats the iPhone 6s in performance, multicores and everywhere. iPhone o... morehaha. 720? iPhone 6S Plus, which is used in the benchmarks is 1080p. Single core and graphics stronger in iPhone 6S plus, with iPhone 7 to come this year. Samsung are a little behind in terms of performance, but the real world difference will be nothing. Performance of iOS vs Android will show more of a difference on performance and lag of the devices
Awesome battery life, camera and performance... now bring on the NOTE 6!! :-)
hallyshit, 18 Mar 2016 Battery Here is a review what version of 98 hours? exynos8890? SD820?98 hours is exynos version while s820 got worse battery life. Typical snapdragon.
AnonD-413292, 18 Mar 2016I have S7 and S7 edge live demo in my store. What I noticed is phones get really hot after fe... moreDon't misguided people there is no heating issues at all & u haven't experienced the king of mobiles do u really have a store ?
I have S7 and S7 edge live demo in my store. What I noticed is phones get really hot after few minutes of game play or video chat. Plus there's lag on touch wiz. I love camera, design And vr on S7 edge, but couldn't care less for edge screen, it's a gimmick. I would touch it by mistake with my hand fat. Battery charged up to 70% then stopped completely. I know it might me coz it's just demo unit, but Sammy had history of similar issues. They are costly devices, yet battery life is same as my Huawei Mate 7 when you play games on the phone or watch video. Last part about battery I might be wrong tho.
S6 edge has poor signal, Google it. I wonder what's the case with new S7 edge. It's still to early to tell. I'm surprised it didn't blow up online. We sold 3 S6 edge and each of them had shit signal in comparison to s6 or so.
Let me know you thoughts guys.
Battery Here is a review what version of 98 hours?
AnonD-370787, 18 Mar 2016Seems pretty clear cut to me, if you want to play games you want the S820 version, if you aren... moreActually in most cases there is only a few frames different between them in gpu.
And you don't know which one slows down first.
Plus most speed tests are showing the the exynos to perform noticeably better in most tasks.
AnonD-367917, 18 Mar 2016On single core the iDevices bench high due to the strong capability of their cores.
IDevices ... moreNo. IPhone specifically focuses on single core more than multi tasking.
And obviously they could be doing a lot better comparing their dual cores to quads and eight cores that come close in songle core.
Yet the whole point of their large and oh so anazing dual core set up is to shine in single core. But they really only have a tiny lead.
And just being limited does not make them supremely optimized. If they were that well optimized then why have they led in app crashes for years by a huge margin, despite their supposedly optimizing and supreme single core are out pacef in speed tests in app opening and such, and make their couple year old phones lag more with simple suposed optimized light updates. And the two year old devices cant even get the full update.
Blunder, 15 Mar 2016The iPhone is better at single core testes because they do not focus on multitasking. Its 2016... moreOn single core the iDevices bench high due to the strong capability of their cores.
IDevices DO multitask, and do so very well with iOS 9.2 onwards.
Unfortunately for Android, the OS may not make use of all the cores in these devices.
Where iOS shines is in the hardware utilisation. Remember this is a company that designs BOTH hardware and software. (Yes, they customise their system on chip (SoC) to do very specific things).
I wouldn't call the A9 or A9X a dual core though. They did drop a core from their previous generation, but then they moved the M9 motion controller on chip. This makes the device perform in similar ways as some Android setups where music can be relegated to a 'low power' core, or the 'OK Google' feature can remain in an active state without ripping through battery life.
Number of Cores and multitasking are related, but we cannot count the cores and assume multitasking efficiency.
It is true that the average Android developer can assume the target audience will have at least four cores. Unfortunately they have no idea of the nature of these cores, as the Exynos way of doing things is quite different to the Qualcomm way of doing things.
For that reason; if I was buying a Samsung phone, I would opt for theExynos variant, as, quite likely, this is the one they are optimising THEIR software for...
Food for thought, ay?!
Seems pretty clear cut to me, if you want to play games you want the S820 version, if you aren't interested in games then you probably aren't going to notice any difference between them in real world applications.