posted on 29 Nov 2017, 18:07 7 1. tangbunna (Posts: 255; Member since: 29 Sep 2016) good look on paper.. but reality is just laggy phone posted on 29 Nov 2017, 19:42 4 4. Settings (Posts: 2725; Member since: 02 Jul 2014) True. posted on 29 Nov 2017, 21:35 3 Samsung phones are faster than your craapple phones in the real world. Samsung Exynos chips havent even showed its true potential being held back by Qualcomm 9. kiko007 (Posts: 6598; Member since: 17 Feb 2016) That's one hell of a username you got there. 11. Phullofphil (Posts: 1187; Member since: 10 Feb 2009) You sound like a complete sore loser almost admitting defeat. I am not even saying who is better but you are by your words. Like a villain in a cartoon that just got defeated .If those chips can be better how come in Korea they are the same. 16. tedkord (Posts: 15816; Member since: 17 Jun 2009) Actually, that describes the OP. Exynos' performance is held back by Qualcomm because … [Read more...] about Comments for : Samsung starts production of SoC chips using second generation 10nm process
posted on 19 Sep 2017, 09:07 48 1. cdgoin (Posts: 598; Member since: 28 Jul 2010) Right.. This will be the new standard because.. Apple..? Are you on crack ? AAC is a universally used format WHERE ? Other than Itunes ? Thats right NO WHERE.. Name ONE time Apple created a universal standard ? I can't think of any. They steal others ideas & repackage OR create a new idea and then lock it down so no one wants to use it. Heck the New X other than a proprietary chipset, is lower than most Galaxy handsets and Sony ones. Only way someone KNOWS the Apple Chipset will be faster is due to running tests and taking Apples word on it. Real world I doubt its much of a difference. posted on 19 Sep 2017, 09:16 27 2. Rampage_Taco (Posts: 654; Member since: 17 Jan 2017) I was thinking the same thing, AAC was just apples way of trying to lock their audio files within iTunes and the Apple ecosystem. Can't help but think that's their idea here as well, Check out our great new file type... … [Read more...] about Comments for : Apple and iOS 11 could revolutionize smartphone photography with a next-generation image file format
In the past few years, a large segment of modern smartphone users started pointing out to battery life as one characteristic of their devices that they would like to be improved. When you think about the tremendous progress that the smartphone market went to over the past few years, it's easy to see that battery life isn't the area of exponential advances. While our smartphones got faster, slimmer, and integrated more processing power, it looks like manufacturers are struggling with increasing the autonomy of our phones.Fortunately, parts the industry are now fully aware that users value the autonomy of their handsets, or, in other words, that there's a lot of money to be won. As such, the potential for advancements in this field is currently at its fullest.In what follows, we will take a look at some of the most interesting technologies that could lead to significant advancements in terms of battery life.HushWe'll start off with something that isn't directly connected to … [Read more...] about 5 battery life technologies currently under development that bring hope to wall-huggers
posted on 28 Jul 2015, 08:41 1 1. Ruturaj (Posts: 1484; Member since: 16 Oct 2014) The one who buys 8 GB / 1 GB RAM version to save $20, will be making a very poor choice. 16gb / 2gb RAM version is best for money, if my phone breaks, I will buy this one (in white) as backup. posted on 28 Jul 2015, 08:43 1 2. vazzzz (Posts: 62; Member since: 09 May 2014) This doesn't mean that the retailers will also sell it with $20 difference between 1GB and 2 GB model. I bet that the difference can go up to $50 posted on 28 Jul 2015, 08:46 0 3. carlemillward (unregistered) Actually $40 difference posted on 28 Jul 2015, 09:11 0 9. aksa123 (Posts: 346; Member since: 30 Jan 2014) Source?? posted on 28 Jul 2015, 09:21 2 15. grancu (Posts: 2; Member since: 17 Jul 2015) 220 - 180 = 40 :) 17. Phonedingo (Posts: 398; Member since: 16 Aug 2014) They edited the article. Was originally set at $200 posted on 28 Jul 2015, 08:47 2 4. dimas (Posts: 2661; Member … [Read more...] about Comments for : Motorola unveils 3rd generation Moto G – still cheap, still capable!
off to a hot start. Looking into the future, though, how long we can expect the Switch era to last before its inevitable successor comes along? In an investor Q&A posted over the weekend, Nintendo seemed confident it can extend the Switch's relevance longer than the usual cycle for a game console. "Up until now the hardware lifecycle has trended at around five or six years," Nintendo's Co-representative Director and legendary Designer Shigeru Miyamoto said in the Q&A. "But it would be very interesting if we could prolong that life cycle, and I think you should be looking forward to that." Miyamoto cited the Switch's portability and unique hardware features, as well as a strong pipeline of games and development talent, in explaining that expected longevity. But there's some evidence that the days of a five- or six-year console generation are already past for the entire market, not just the Switch. If we measure console generations from their launch to the launch of their … [Read more...] about Nintendo hopes “every single person” will own a Switch