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Yea but current implantation of wireless charging means you can't play with your phone (unless you want to be glued to the pad) while it charges.
I'm actually going to look around to see if I can find a larger battery in the same form factor eventually. 1800mwh isn't big enough for me needs biggrin.gif.
I don't have any usage patterns that would be appropriate with an all black screen, except for maybe texting.

I know... but we can dream right?
    
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When a QUAD core processor gets wrecked by a DUAL core processor - something is up.
Sunspider is a JavaScript benchmark, therefore only uses one core. It doesn't matter how many core the processor has.

After googling I found people saying iSO 6 use multi-thread for compile and running JavaScript (IE already does this, so it is possible), they say their iphone 4S got about 18% increase in SunSpider benchmark from update to iSO6. If this is true then we are comparing both core from iphone to 1 core from android phones. Obviously, the both core from iPhone is probably not used to full extend, but iPhone still have a unfiar adventage if you are comparing the processor.
Edited by Erio - 9/19/12 at 1:21pm
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When a QUAD core processor gets wrecked by a DUAL core processor - something is up.
Sunspider is a JavaScript benchmark, therefore only uses one core. It doesn't matter how many core the processor has.
What I was getting to.
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I think that is a good problem to have lol.
It's like having a supermodel girlfriend who is just too pretty.

Nah it's like setting your TV to "ONE BILLION" on Colour. Wasn't good. I usually turn down the colour on all things I have as they often have too much, so too much colour saturation is too much.
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Can't beat AMOLEDs Black levels, but accurate color representation is up for debate thumb.gif. I prefer accuracy to over-saturation, personally biggrin.gif.
And the damn thing is bright. It's one of the first screens I've used that I can see in broad daylight.

For a monitor I agree, but I really like a pretty little thang by my side all day.

Try looking at a iphone in daylight with polarized sunglasses... Almost pointless.
It is completely useless... I agree.

I'd say they're all pretty terrible in the sun:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_vPxDDpMWg&feature=player_detailpage#t=47s
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I read the whole thing... I'm not clear. Is this a Cortex A9, or not??? If not, what is it based on?
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I'd say they're all pretty terrible in the sun:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_vPxDDpMWg&feature=player_detailpage#t=47s

It was weird when the camera phocused on the fones they were all fairly clear. I get more visibity on the gs2 than was shown on the video, but still, it's hard for any phone to compete with the sun.

Now the chromebook, by comparison, challenges the sun and gives it the finger.
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I read the whole thing... I'm not clear. Is this a Cortex A9, or not??? If not, what is it based on?

It's a customized A15.
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The AMOLED on the Samsung is by far the most beautiful screen on the market. I know that is subjective, but it is just so far ahead of the Retina display in terms of color brightness and black levels.

Yuck, fly-screen door effect screens, no thanks.

Twice as fast as the SIII for us in the US

sunspider.jpg

☑ Faster CPU
☑ Faster GPU
☑ Higher DPI
☑ No Fly-Screen Door effect AMOLED screen
☑ Better connector
☑ Lighter and slimmer
☑ Fits in both men and women's pockets
☑ Better Camera lens and low light sensitivity



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It's a customized A15.

Nah, this time it's Apple own custom SoC. It's not an A15. That was just early rumors.
Edited by Nope oO - 9/19/12 at 6:39pm
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Lol, what a load of crap you just posted lachen.gif

The GS3 isn't laggy at all.
Not Fragmented, updates come thick and fast.
TouchWiz is decent enough.
Appstore is regulated, it just doesn't require anal approval. Therefore once a developer has finished an update to an app you get it straight away (not waiting days like Dead Trigger on iOS ;rolleyes: )
That line makes no sense. Inflated numbers? Terrible battery life? Total rubbish. I can finish the day with my GS3 with battery left having used data all day.


Come back when you know anything about anything.
How is that a good thing? It means it's vulnerable to malware.
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We have always known iOS is quick. Thats what you get from a bare-bones OS
It's not a bare-bones OS.
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Lol, again, the CPU fails at integer and floating point operations compared to the quads and many other duals. Where this score comes from is the MEMORY optimisations in the new A6.

So, LOL at your rubbish "Android is poorly optimised" crap.

I think I asked you to only reply when you know something about anything earlier. That point still stands.

Better screen? debatable
Better battery life? Remains to be seen.
LTE? Just like every other flagship Android phone for the last 6 months? rolleyes.gif
Faster hardware? halfway there.

Knowing what the hell you're talking about? Not quite.
I remember the FP score being 2000 for the 5 and about 3000 for the quad-core S3. That's pretty good for a dual-core.
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On SINGLE CORE BENCHMARKS. Or cherrypicked ones too.
It's faster for single and dual-core workloads which is most important. You'll probably find in all the "real world" benchmarks that the iPhone 5 wins.
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Sunspider is a JavaScript benchmark, therefore only uses one core. It doesn't matter how many core the processor has.

After googling I found people saying iSO 6 use multi-thread for compile and running JavaScript (IE already does this, so it is possible), they say their iphone 4S got about 18% increase in SunSpider benchmark from update to iSO6. If this is true then we are comparing both core from iphone to 1 core from android phones. Obviously, the both core from iPhone is probably not used to full extend, but iPhone still have a unfiar adventage if you are comparing the processor.
iOS has done this for a while. I thought Android did too?
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I read the whole thing... I'm not clear. Is this a Cortex A9, or not??? If not, what is it based on?
It's likely based on the Cortex A9 but it's a custom processor, so it's heavily modified.
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iOS has done this for a while. I thought Android did too?
I don't know much about Android.
That is why I said that is what I heard.
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