Post your GeekBench3 mobile scores and the phone you're using.
LG G2 slightly ogreclocked. How are those 3 years of improvement faring ya all?
>but they're only dual cores
Cores are a meme. big.LITTLE is an even bigger meme.
iPhone 6S Plus
Had to find one online, since I'm too cheap to pay 79p for an app, but there you go.
>better single-core score but worse multi-core than my stock freqs G2 here >>52422971
Also my g2 goes at ~70°c when playing something, i wanted to OC it at some point but maybe it's going to explode or something.
this is now an Antutu thread
i've run this test 3 times on my G3 and the scores are all over the place. bullshit benchmark is bullshit.
fuck i love the high resolution screen on my G3. almost impossible to find aliasing even with text in small font.
As has been discussed several times before, and the main reason no one here is replying to that bait, is iphones OS is written with single core performance in mind, android OS is written with mutlicore performance in mind
Iphone CPU scores better single core
Android CPUs score better mutlicore
shocker, it's like that's what they were designed to do or something.... /s
Nah. It has good single-core performance but mediocre to poor multicore performance. It's a tradeoff.
Of course, it's hard to say what any of this means. Geekbench is garbage with little to do with real-world performance. But even with this bogus benchmark, the iPhone is hardly shitting all over the competition.
In iOS sure, because it was written specifically for single core performance to be utilized.
Android OS was specifically written for multiple lower power cores to be used simultaneously.
Trying to act like single core performance is the only thing that matters just shows you're fucking stupid, or you're purposefully misrepresenting the information to make iphone look better, so which is it are you fucking stupid or are you a fanboy?
Then post an android phone with similar numbers. It's multi-core speed is 4400ish, pretty sure that's better than 99% of all android phones.
Nice damage control though googleshills
Is moto g 3 really the lowest score in this thread? Did I make a bad choice?
>pretty sure that's better than 99% of all android phones.
Of course. Most people don't pay $600 for a phone like Applefags do. You can't pay twice the price and then act like other people are idiots for buying a 10% slower phone.
Compare it to flagships, not 99% of Android phones.
There have been 3 phones already posted in this thread that do that already, one of them being my own.
Also, you keep ignoring the fact single core performance on android isn't NEARLY as important as iOS.
Find me flagships with a multicore score over 4400 and a single core score anywhere near the iPhone 6s Plus. Still the same, they don't exist.
The iPhone is leagues above the competition and you know it.
I see multi core and single , but when is they going to move to quad core???
Android shrill or ifags
>can't even afford to buy the phone he shills
>has to google for an image
>even has to pay $1 just to run a benchmark if he did buy it
POO IN THE LOO
Because it's not. Single core performance is still what the majority of Android applications prioritise. You can keep dancing around that, pretending it doesn't, but it does. No amount of mental gymnastics can help you.
and still ignoring the fact that single core performance isn't as important in android as it is in iOS.
Keep on drinking that koolaid buddy.
>Single core performance is still what the majority of Android applications prioritise
educate yourself if you would.
You specifically said mutli-core because as has already been discussed, the android OS is specifically written to use more cores than iOS is.
Keep moving the goal posts though, it sure makes your argument look a LOT more valid /s
I'm reading it and it's basically agreeing with everything I said.
Sorry you had to find out you have an inferior phone this way, but maybe next time you can do the intelligent thing and buy an iPhone.
>I'm reading it and it's basically agreeing with everything I said.
now you're just flat out trying to elicit responses, good job making ifags look even more retarded than they normally look.
>iToddlers actually brag about not being able to control their meal breaks
Since you've refused to educate yourself, here is a relevant excerpt.
>What we see in the use-case analysis is that the amount of use-cases where an application is visibly limited due to single-threaded performance seems be very limited. In fact, a large amount of the analyzed scenarios our test-device with Cortex A57 cores would rarely need to ramp up to their full frequency beyond short bursts (Thermal throttling was not a factor in any of the tests). On the other hand, scenarios were we'd find 3-4 high load threads seem not to be that particularly hard to find, and actually appear to be an a pretty common occurence. For mobile, the choice seems to be obvious due to the power curve implications. In scenarios where we're not talking about having loads so small that it becomes not worthwhile to spend the energy to bring a secondary core out of its idle state, one could generalize that if one is able to spread the load over multiple CPUs, it will always preferable and more efficient to do so.
>In the end what we should take away from this analysis is that Android devices can make much better use of multi-threading than initially expected. There's very solid evidence that not only are 4.4 big.LITTLE designs validated, but we also find practical benefits of using 8-core "little" designs over similar single-cluster 4-core SoCs. For the foreseeable future it seems that vendors who rely on ARM's CPU designs will be well served with a continued use of 4.4 b.L designs. Only MediaTek seems to fall out of the norm here with its upcoming X20 SoC, which I'm definitely looking forward to see as to how it behaves in the real-world. We'll also see some vendors revert back to quad-core designs in their custom architectures - while we've yet to get a better picture of how these will behave in terms of performance and power, I think that 4 cores will be a quite reasonable target and sweet-spot for vendors to aim for.
Why do iToddlers brag about benchmarks when their $1000 piece of shit and toddler OS can't even compete with an antique $100 Nexus 5 in real world tests? :^)
>And they conclude that Android phones primarily utilise one core
nice try senpai
>Android devices can make much better use of multi-threading than initially expected. There's very solid evidence that not only are 4.4 big.LITTLE designs validated, but we also find practical benefits of using 8-core "little" designs over similar single-cluster 4-core SoCs.
No idea if it's good, lg g2 here.
Jesus, I've read the entire article 3 times over in the past few months, trust me I know exactly what it says.
Web browsing is probably 1/2 of my use on my phone during the day, web browsing also happens to be one of the MOST multi-threaded applications and takes full advantage of multicore SoCs.
Again, read the article if you don't believe me, but since it's only been 20-30 mins since i've posted it, and you're still shit posting instead of reading, you probably have a few pages left before you finish it anyway.
>one game that's poorly optimized for android slows them all down
>everything there actually destroyed the iShit when opening individual apps like in real world usage
Thanks for proving my point.
holy shit those guys have no idea what they are talking about in terms of actual technical knowledge...
>the S6 is reloading the game when the other android phones don't, it's obviously the chipset, but why would they do that?
Like nigger are you so fucking stupid you dont even know about samsung RAM management? In 20-fucking-16.
bunch of tech "journalist" retards.
Zenmeme 2 2GB version. This is right after a restart.
This phone is overkill for my needs. (Browsing 4chan & reading manga)
Then why does the iPhone beat all other phones when it comes to speed, as shown in this video>>52424020
>I read the article
Maybe use a dictionary to help you with the big words next time because clearly you are not getting what it clearly explains.
Do we even need to?
But what about all your cores? You android fags love showing them off.
Kek, the delusion to actually see something and then convince yourself you are seeing something different is amazing. Android buyers remorse is hilarious.
>there are regular posters on /g/ who honestly believe apple phones are superior to android
Really guys? I mean I was one of the apple meme posters back in the day too, but the meme is getting a bit stale at this point.
Honestly, maybe we just meme'd it a bit too hard and some people here actually believed it...lol poor fucks.
Aren't comparisons like that inherently flawed due to the fact that they fail to account for different OSs, storage types, and memory capacities? I know it's benchmarking the processor, but a processor can't reach it's full potential if it's given inadequate hardware.
>using an actual person to press buttons on a timed test
What the actual fuck... are the idiots ACTUALLY thinking this means anything?
The human factor alone invalidates the test from anything meaningful.
You must be new on /g/. iPhone shilling legit started as a meme to piss off the android fan boys, it had nothing to do with us thinking iphones actually were better (closed down OS and way over priced hardware? come on lets not kid ourselves)
LG G3, dunno how G2s are getting higher scores.
Am I doing it wrong? I can't imagine its that low
probably gonna upgrade soon tho, either a lg v10 or a 2016 flagship
You're still adding latency from the human factor, no matter how you slice it.
Write a script to launch a set group of apps or something in a specific order if you want me to take your tests seriously.
Using a person to press a button is fucking laughable and no respectable tech site would use such a method.
Here is my galaxy s3. Do I win?
Mi note pro. Pretty good for a $400 chinkphone.
Moto g 4g, need a new phone. This heap of shit can't even run fb and chrome at the same time.
LG Risio. Not too terrible for a $30 phone
Droid Turbo 2 reporting in.
Overinflated SHA scores. But to be honest, Exynos 7000 series and Mediatek X10 are also guilty of hardware accelerated Encryption cheating.
Also adjusting for SHA cheating, the iPhone 6S is faster than all versions of the Core M MacBook, while consuming 1/12 peak power. Really is impressive.
It cost me 150$ so its all well and fine
Plus it even has hardware 1080p h265 decoding
Lenovo P70. Cheap, fast, it's battery lasts 8 hours of screen time. One of the best decisions I've made. The only problem I have with it is the fact those chinks haven't made a 5.1 64-bit update yet as they've promised.