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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er;15519402 
A5 is useless with current apps in the iPhone. Its a improvement but none should got from 4 to 4s for the A5 chip.

Likewise with Android to be honest.

Barring the pointless and silly synthetic benchmarks there isn't really anything on the Android market that utilises the power in the GSII.
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post #102 of 151
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Originally Posted by IcedEarth;15541279 
Likewise with Android to be honest.

Barring the pointless and silly synthetic benchmarks there isn't really anything on the Android market that utilises the power in the GSII.
That isn't the case with iOS. Plus, you get improvements in speed and so on from the OS running system tasks or other background tasks on the other core. Plus, resource loading makes use of multiple cores IIRC. Plus Plus, iOS 4.0+ has support for Grand Central Dispatch (the same multicore management system in Mac OS X Snow Leopard and Lion) as well as background threads and I think multiple threads since at least 3.0. (I don't know much about iOS 2 or prior.)
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post #103 of 151
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Originally Posted by Volvo;15540470 
What a joke.

I already knew that this would be possible from the start.

Also, Android Speaktoit Assistant > Siri.

I think you just made a joke. The fact that that you could even type that proves people can rationalize anything to fit with preconceived notions.
post #104 of 151
Is this the same as ATI tessellation engines on their HD2000 cards? Maybe Apple's coders are just so darn crappy that they can't make Siri run on the 4.

edit: nvm, just apple customers being ripped off again. poor guys. siri isn't really anything special either. the first appearance of such technology to the mass was quite awhile ago.
Edited by Domino - 11/4/11 at 8:41pm
post #105 of 151
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Originally Posted by steelbom;15541429 
That isn't the case with iOS. Plus, you get improvements in speed and so on from the OS running system tasks or other background tasks on the other core. Plus, resource loading makes use of multiple cores IIRC. Plus Plus, iOS 4.0+ has support for Grand Central Dispatch (the same multicore management system in Mac OS X Snow Leopard and Lion) as well as background threads and I think multiple threads since at least 3.0. (I don't know much about iOS 2 or prior.)

SGSII still renders websites faster then the 4s. Kinda shows you that real world performance is more meaningful then synthetics.
post #106 of 151
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Originally Posted by Brutuz;15541043 
Obvious troll is obvious, and false. (Stop only looking at Motorola)

I don't see how that is trolling at all. It's a legitimate point, and one that I've read countless times on this very forum. Android users will blow their trumpets loud and hard at news like this, yet most of the time they'reabandoned by either their carrier, their phone manufacturer, or Google months after buying their phone. That's not trolling, that's fact. I've read countless times here how frustrated users are by the lack of software support.
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Originally Posted by Domino;15576993 
SGSII still renders websites faster then the 4s.

No, it doesnt.

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post #107 of 151
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Originally Posted by IcedEarth;15541279 
Likewise with Android to be honest.

Barring the pointless and silly synthetic benchmarks there isn't really anything on the Android market that utilises the power in the GSII.

Well thats partly the sad state of gaming on Android.

But when I want to show off how speedy the gs2 is i use google earth. It's very snappy compared to a galaxy s or evo.

There isn't a single game on android that looks nearly as good as real racing 2, or rage hd on a iP4.
post #108 of 151
Also the iP4s camera takes photos 2x as fast as the ip4 (even though the 4s photos are more data.

the-verge-chart.jpg

Why would anyone say that the a5 isn't the new king of the block?

gsmarena_bench4.jpg
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post #109 of 151
asdf
post #110 of 151
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Originally Posted by ForumViewer;15577001 
No, it doesnt.

Boy, aren't you thick. Did you even read the synthetic part?

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvp_XTgii-8&feature=related[/ame]
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0802WkP5Ag&feature=related[/ame]

WHILE LOADING FLASH. Your synthetics show 1/3 faster, my real world results show otherwise.

Checkmate smile.gif
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