can't do half of the things that android does.
better to wait for the S8
J o m s, 12 Oct 2016"The other two are more power-efficient cores and require only 20% of the power needed for the... moreyou dont know what are you talking about , the exact same thing happens on your pc , wen you are playing high end games the game cant distrubute everything trough the cores evenly and it ends up being like this , first core near 100 % , secound core 75 % 6 next cores 35% or much less , the only thing that improves this is the new vulcan api and dx12 wich allow a bit better core distribution , we have support for vulcan on android nougat but wont see any games or apps using it soon .
SERIOUSLY??if you are not an ifan for that kind of price better to buy SONY XPERIA Z5 PREMIUM CHROME! it is THREE times cheaper,looks more cooler,and not far behind in tech!)
J o m s, 12 Oct 2016"The other two are more power-efficient cores and require only 20% of the power needed for the... moreI think Apple specifcally mentioned that big and little cores don't run at the same time but if you work at Apple and know better then let us know.
Where can one find the 5v/2A charger for 7 plus? The most annoying of all the things I suffer is the charging time of 7 plus...as one just cannot afford to leave it too long as it's so so good...
Its taking ages to charge..
"The other two are more power-efficient cores and require only 20% of the power needed for the high-performance cores. Those are not available to anything but the OS itself. No benchmark or game can use those; in fact, the benchmarks can't detect them at all - they show the CPU as dual-core. So, as far as the processing performance is concerned - all benchmarks use the two high-performance A10 cores ticking at 2.34GHz."
That's because benchmark applications such as Geekbench, Basemark and Antutu are badly implemented and doesn't take full advantage of all cores. So you can safely say SD821 score came from 2 cores as well. Because if they (cores) all work together during benchmark, Exynos 8890 or Kirin 950 will easily reach 10K on Geekbench for e.g
I ran a test on my Nexus 5X and Geekbench was merely (less than 25%) using 3rd to 6th cores. Just the 1st at 100% and 2nd at less than 75%. And FWIW, big.Little SoC of Android phones are actually little.Big meaning slowest cores came first then performance cores so these benchmarks on Android phones are using the slowest core during single-thread test. Geekbench hardly uses performance cores of the Android SoC due to its pathetic multicore test.
now its time for Apple to recall their iphone 6 plus. my phone is dead the 2nd time because of touch issue and now i it is out of warranty.
at least Samsung has admitted their fault and taking corrective action.
Apple is waiting for the law suite for recall.. shame on u apple
my hard earned money is now a paper weight
AnonD-190141, 12 Oct 2016Ugly phone, tick Gimmicky software, tick No wireless charging, tick Good apps out of reach... moreThe only benchmarks that are afected by OS are the browsing ones.So iPhone will run good even in android.An quad core android device will be slower on ios becuase it uses only 2 or 3 cores and ios is heavy single core user.
Really disappointing video playback score of less than 8 hrs. This is the better model than the iPhone 7 Minus but the score is kinda underwhelming and it takes forever to charge. I thought about it and while Samsung and LG forced me to look into iPhone again (eww!), I realized why I left Apple in the first place three years ago.
Apple's Planned Obsolescence
- Forces you to software update. You can't turn off the nagging notification.
- Some apps become broken without a certain firmware minimum.
- Apple had a class action lawsuit last year from iPhone 4s owners who were disgruntled by the fact iOS9 slowed their phone down.
- First to popularize non-removable battery to make phones basically disposal after a couple of years.
- All that storage of 128gb and 256gb but no expandable storage AND file manager. Apple milked 16gb for years.
I remember the early days of owning an iPhone. It feels AMAZING and the honeymoon phase might last a couple of years. Then those final days, I couldn't wait to get rid of them as I grew tired of jumping through loops for Apple. Good early phase until hatred later. This is why maybe no SE for me.
The iPhone 7 Plus is pretty much sold-out everywhere anyway. I like selling iPhones and being an eBay scalper. But owning them? I remember the headache and eventual boredom of owning an iPhone. The annoying notification of forcing us to update and asking for our Apple ID again and again.
I waited nearly one month for the 7 Plus review and now feeling reluctant again with anything Apple. They are also guilty of pushing out software updates for the Macs. As much as Android users don't get updates beyond a year or so, that is actually an advantage long-term. Battery life and performance won't get as damaged after two years like iPhones do.
A software update pretty much destroyed the battery life on my two year old Xiaomi. Reconsidering the LG V20. The battery life might be weak but removable battery is a must. And having a carrier version won't force me to update like Apple does. RIP Note7. Time for the V20 to shine...
GoSt, 12 Oct 2016If you have 6s plus - wait for iphone8+ There no reason to buy 7+I agree with you, maybe iPhone 7s plus will be worth, no offense for iPhone fans, just an opinion.
AnonD-563937, 12 Oct 20164hrs to charge 2,900mAh battery , worst i have seen so far , and video playback almost half b... moreGood question, we'll said. And that phone needs one to break the bank yet competing models are better in this respect
4hrs to charge 2,900mAh battery , worst i have seen so far , and video playback almost half browsing time lol what happened to the quad core power efficiency.
My Note 7 is conspired against me going for iPhone 7 Plus Black(or JB) 256 this time...Really furious with Samsung!!! Pixel XL seems to be good but not sure about many things.
Ugly phone, tick
Gimmicky software, tick
No wireless charging, tick
Good apps out of reach in the developing world, tick
No customization, tick
So, this is the king of benchmarks, hehe, against who, now?
Take iOS and run it on OnePlus 3 or Marshmallow on the iPhone. Get the difference?
This is crap.
overall is a good phone and iphone fans will surely love it (no matter what) but what dazzles me is why restrict the NFC to Apple pay only, they have the tech and can use it but restricted seems unnecesarily (well we got the same with some bluetooth features and basically IOS)
also what worries me is that i didn't know charging the phone while beign wet can destroy it, i mean, it's common sense but i wonder if high humidity can also affect in which case it should be covered by warranty (but isn't)