Will OP2 be able to beat iPhone6 benchmark?

  1. pa5t1s
    User of the Year 2014 Jul 19, 2015

  2. thorfinn
    Honeycomb Jul 19, 2015

    thorfinn , Jul 19, 2015 :
    I love the smoothnes og IOS, but i love Android for the freedom.

    So better be free and a bit rough :)

    Benchmarks is not that important.
    My OPO is fast enough for me, but i
    will buy OP2 anyway...

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  3. indomiui
    Froyo Jul 19, 2015

    indomiui , Jul 19, 2015 :
    iOS are still more mature than Android until today.
    I still worried about the overheating issue from SD810 which is will use in OPT.

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  4. WolfpackN64
    Jelly Bean Jul 19, 2015

    WolfpackN64 , Jul 19, 2015 :
    It doesn't because a lot of you don't understand core types. More cores and more GHz isn't always better, you have something called IPC (instructions per clock) which determines how efficient your chip is. It's all about executing instructions, the calculations needed to perform a task. More cores that work with more clocks means more instructions can be solved at a time, but a "better" core can solve more instructions every clock. For example, ARM has it's Cortex cores, Cortex-M being very small and power efficient, but not very powerful, Cortex-A (which the OPO's Krait 450 cores are derived from) being the more powerful cores. In this regard, the Cortex-A cores can be seen as "big cores", larger cores aimed at solving more instructions rather then power efficiency (even though they are quite efficient). But Cortex-A cores are small compared to Apple's Cyclone+ cores (in case of the A8). Apple's cores are desktop grade, more akin to the efficiency of the Intel Haswell CPU's instead of the ARM Cortex-A. As such, with few cores and a low clockspeed, the A8 can crunch through a massive number of instructions. An 8 core CPU at 2GHZ with the Cyclone+ cores just wouldn't be possible in a smartphone, it would consume too much power and dissipate enough heat to put the Snapdragon 810 to shame (probably enough to melt the phone outright).

  5. Claudia
    Gingerbread Jul 19, 2015

    Claudia , Jul 19, 2015 :
    Benchmarks dont mean a thing to be honest and are a waste of time. I am more interested in everyday use Samsung S5 had great benchmarks but it was in short crap to use.

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  6. Chasapis Marios
    Donut Jul 19, 2015

    Chasapis Marios , Jul 19, 2015 :
    We can't compare ios phones with those that functions with android...It's totally different..There are two kind of people..These who are fans of ios and these who are fans of android..But always there is a thought about trying something different...But in my opinion i think android is more useful and powerful tha ios!!! OP2 i think is going to make the mechanics of Apple to get drunk!!!!

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  7. dxan_lam16
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 19, 2015

  8. mwayner
    Lollipop Jul 19, 2015

    mwayner , Jul 19, 2015 :
    LOL! :D
    I've got a 5S and although it's remarkably stable and issue-free I prefer my OPO. I fully expect the OP2 to hold it's own against anything Apple offers. All about what you're comfortable with. The Android ecosystem is much more free-wheeling and interesting, IMHO :).

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  9. rschnelbach
    Honeycomb Jul 19, 2015

    rschnelbach , Jul 19, 2015 :
    Both are/will be great phones, however, it depends on what you like, Android vs iOS... you decide buddy.

  10. jmorris20012001
    Gingerbread Jul 19, 2015

  11. mwayner
    Lollipop Jul 19, 2015

    Last edited: Jul 19, 2015

  12. VenomZz
    Eclair Jul 19, 2015

    VenomZz , Jul 19, 2015 :
    Not really once ur iPhone stops reciving updates then but for now I'd stick with it and jailbreak it :)

  13. OlfakD
    Jelly Bean Jul 19, 2015

  14. veratoloz2005
    Lollipop Jul 19, 2015

  15. Shrapnelist
    Jelly Bean Jul 19, 2015

    Shrapnelist , Jul 19, 2015 :
    I personally think the iPhone 5S shape is very sexy especially in white color but apple products are always out of the reach, too expensive for what they offer and since I'm an android user. I have explored alot. bricked my first htc g1 doing flashing and learning learning lol :)

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  16. ccapellan11
    Gingerbread Jul 19, 2015

    ccapellan11 , Jul 19, 2015 :
    What is the difference of multi cores and single cores? Which matters most on performance?

  17. shahzad321
    Donut Jul 19, 2015

    shahzad321 , Jul 19, 2015 :
    Definately its going to be amazing.

  18. aaronb1894
    Gingerbread Jul 19, 2015

    aaronb1894 , Jul 19, 2015 :

  19. zacb
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 19, 2015

    zacb , Jul 19, 2015 :
    For 99%of daily use single core.

  20. arundas5959
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 19, 2015

    arundas5959 , Jul 19, 2015 :
    People who are in this forum are generally passionate about their OPO barring a few.... so u can get that advice outside this forum and that will be an impartial one .....maybe a better one.