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Interesting Speedtest results...

  1. run_dkc
    Gingerbread Jun 16, 2016

    run_dkc , Jun 16, 2016 :
    So there was a speedtest done by C4Etech and in this speedtest the Oneplus 3 went up against the Exynos variant of the Galaxy S7 Edge. The fact that the GS7 edge won wasn't shocking but what happened to the Oneplus 3 was. Check it out and comment below. Do you think that this was a firmware issue or what? If this is a duplicate I apologize.

     

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    Jun 16, 2016


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  3. Gaurav Rohilla
    Lollipop Jun 16, 2016

    Gaurav Rohilla , Jun 16, 2016 :
    I get goosebumps while thinking about Galaxy note 6/7 with it's snapdragon 823/exynos 8890 and the new 10nm lpddr4 , how it'll perform. :D
     

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  4. run_dkc
    Gingerbread Jun 16, 2016

    run_dkc , Jun 16, 2016 :
    I've seen the video, that would make sense but I'm trying to figure out why it had to restart Asphalt 8 app, but yet it could hold 7 games in storage here...

     

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  6. grooves12
    Gingerbread Jun 16, 2016

    grooves12 , Jun 16, 2016 :
    The NAND speed is probably the biggest factor in loading speed. Samsung uses latest generation high-speed NAND in their flagship device whereas the Oneplus devices probably have to use much slower ones to hit their price targets.

    See: http://www.anandtech.com/show/10120/the-samsung-galaxy-s7-review/3
    and: http://www.anandtech.com/show/9828/the-oneplus-2-review/3

    They don't have them on the same chart, but the S7 handily beats the S6... and the S6 handily beats the OP2, so you are giving up lots of NAND performance in the Oneplus vs. Galaxy comparison.

    They might be able to improve memory management for reloads through firmware update.
     
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  7. run_dkc
    Gingerbread Jun 16, 2016

    run_dkc , Jun 16, 2016 :
    It's gonna be crazy, the 10nm process is gonna allow this phone to be able to be crazy fast and not power hungry. I can't wait to see how quickly this chipset carries out its operations!
     

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  8. geesonrob
    Honeycomb Jun 16, 2016

    geesonrob , Jun 16, 2016 :
    Yeah, it'll be 0.0001 seconds faster at opening apps. Can't wait for that.
     

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  9. Keshiji
    Gingerbread Jun 16, 2016

    Keshiji , Jun 16, 2016 :
    It seems to be an issue with the Snapdragon 820. Someone here shared a link with a speed test between the S7 Exynos vs the S7 Snapdragon 820 and the Exynos one won by a huge margin!
     

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  10. Ultraman1966
    Froyo Jun 16, 2016

    Ultraman1966 , Jun 16, 2016 :
    I've read spec sheets that say the OPO3 has UFS and not eMMC so it should be comparable to the S7.
     

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