Originally Posted by ForumViewer;15357723
See the thing is, I don't care about numbers. So no, I'm not going to waste my time proving anything because I simply don't care. I'm merely commenting on the childish nonsense posts in the other thread. It's funny how they change now that an Android phone is beating the 4S. Just like its thinness beats the iPhone (although technically I don't think it does because of the bulge). What has two thumbs and doesn't care?
Like I always say, you've got the better numbers now. You can rest easy. You're the winrar.
To be honest, I don't care much about the numbers either, if I can't see the difference in my browsing. However... we've chosen to post on a forum where benchmarks are the most trusted proof of performance, and sometimes we just have to go along with it.
And while it may not be thinner because of its little bulge, I think that somebody should calculate the volume or surface area of the phone. Thinness only does so much good if it's still huge in general which, because of its massive AMOLED screen, it is.
I'm also concerned about durability, though - that seems to be one of the traits that they're really hyping in the RAZR. In my experience with Apple products, durability seems to have been moved to a place of secondary consideration. If this phone really is made of Kevlar, Gorilla Glass (pyrex?) and all sorts of other fancy stuff, I'd be willing to pay a little extra for the high-quality materials to make sure it doesn't get damaged. A fancy retina display doesn't mean anything if there are cracks all over the surface
So, from what I gather, Ice Cream Sandwich should allow browsers to more effectively utilize both of the cores in dual-core phones, thus explaining this recent improvement in benchmarks among these new phones?