Khaled Seoud, 23 Apr 2017it is even clear from the early Geekbench test that was done on Xiaomi Mi 6, it outscored both... moreA 100 point difference? That's just so small and insignificant when we're talking about smartphones.
Let's say you have 2 Xperia XZs. If you run antutu or geekbench or any other benchmark, you won't necessarily get the same score. They might be getting different scores. Same goes for your Mi6. If you try running Geekbench on it, it won't necessarily score 2000+ in single core.
And if you run benchmarks on a warm environment, it would cause throttling and would result in low benchmark scores. XZ scores low in Antutu at GSMA's review, but from another YouTube video, the XZ scored much better.
Also, these benchmarks have nothing to do with actual performance.
AnonD-237381, 23 Apr 2017Well, their performances aren't really comparable since Mi6 uses an 1080p panel while the S8 u... moreScreen resolution does not affect synthetic benchmarks like Geekbench, which only measure CPU performance.
AnonD-635604, 23 Apr 2017We can see the pixels on FHD.But we can't see 4k in 5.5 inch screen.Can see pixels on WQHD on a 5.5 inch?
Baterry very small for this resolution display, (800ppi 4k) waste of battery only. People can see different in 5.5" full hd or 4k or 16k?? 330ppi, 440, 560, 800 or 1150ppi??? Think no. That different we can see, notice computer display.. 22", 27" and bigger. 4k 27" display ppi low than 350, we cant notice different 4k and full hd in that size
Khaled Seoud, 23 Apr 2017it is even clear from the early Geekbench test that was done on Xiaomi Mi 6, it outscored both... moreWell, their performances aren't really comparable since Mi6 uses an 1080p panel while the S8 uses a panel with twice the resolution.
[deleted post]On the contrary, it seems nice and also the mirror reflection many will like (at least I do), I only hope the battery life is good.
which one has more stability with the passage of time? Sony xz premium or samsung S8?
Tann Hauser, 22 Apr 2017Its american, so SD I guess. there are two editions, the american uses the S835 and the global uses the Exynos 8895
Anonymous, 23 Apr 2017Samsung is well known for putting unoptimized laggy software in SD-equipped Galaxy S phones. F... moreit is even clear from the early Geekbench test that was done on Xiaomi Mi 6, it outscored both S8/S8+ versions, and it uses the SD835 (6438 vs 6338 and 6175 in the multicore test, and in the single core test, the Mi 6 is the only android phone to cross the 2000 point barrier, while the S8 brothers are in the 1900s), which means that Samsung sacrificed too much only to make their processors look better than the S835, but Xiaomi proved otherwise, and running the same Android 7.1.1
[deleted post]Check this out, the Sony Xperia xz premium won the best smartphone of 2017, Cheers for Sony :D
Tann Hauser, 22 Apr 2017Check it vs S8(sd835) https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0b6oxPeJas8 :-)Oh man xzs vs s8+ (sd835) thats not fair but wait" xzs is match it and even faster? :) The premium will absolutely destroy it
Tann Hauser, 22 Apr 2017Its american, so SD I guess. Samsung is well known for putting unoptimized laggy software in SD-equipped Galaxy S phones. For example, an Exynos S7 is faster than a SD820 S7. And the SD820 S7 was slower than similar flagships with SD820. Reason is, they want their Exynos processors look better than SnapDragon.. so is the case with S8.
Anonymous, 23 Apr 2017384kbps 32bit but no dedicated dac is bullshit s8 use the built in dac on sd 835 so overall xz... more"384kbps 32bit but ... " still you don't know what was/is that difference between Sample rate and Bit rate!? Why did you replay!? Truly thanks in advance... lol
Arian Adler, 22 Apr 2017It's not just rumor! GS8 and 32-bit/384kHz audio! Still 24-bit/192kHz audio in latest your fla... more384kbps 32bit but no dedicated dac is bullshit s8 use the built in dac on sd 835 so overall xz prem is better
Super slo-mo!! I could.. have my friend shoot my snowboarding or karate hehe