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I usually trust Anandtech reviews and benches more than anywhere else, and they have the iPhone 5 trouncing the S3 into the dirt in every benchmark. I don't know how you can say its slower than S3, when that is clearly just not the case.

Keep living in your fantasy world I guess. Another win for Apple.
EVERY OTHER SITE claims the S3 beat it in a few benchmarks.
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I usually trust Anandtech reviews and benches more than anywhere else, and they have the iPhone 5 trouncing the S3 into the dirt in every benchmark. I don't know how you can say its slower than S3, when that is clearly just not the case.
Keep living in your fantasy world I guess. Another win for Apple.

Therein lies the rub.

The benchmarks are going in both directions. It shows the impact the OS has on benchmarks, The iphone has the better gpu (no debate), lower resolution (no debate), and better utilization of memory. The real question is why there is so much variance in the results. Even more troubling is the suspect SGS3 results. This is the heart of the issue as I see it, and why most of us who are fanboys of neither company (I own ZERO samsung or android products and multiple apple products including an iphone 4) just aren't convinced and see all of this "awmawgawd apples is numbers ones" as ridiculousness. Yes I am drunk. It's game day baby whatchu know about it.
    
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Fancy wording for "Poor build quality".
Uh no. There's always some defective models.
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That's what they get for switching manufacturer.
I don't think they have. And there's always some defective models.
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In other news, steelbom, your "fastest GPU in the market" got owned. By LG, no less.

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That's not getting owned -- the LG edges it out. The Adreno 320 is pretty impressive but the 5 still wins at its native resolution.
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Ahead of the curve, brah.

Ahead of the curve.
That smartphone isn't out yet is it? wink.gif
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EVERY OTHER SITE claims the S3 beat it in a few benchmarks.
Care to post any of these?
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Uh no. There's always some defective models.
I don't think they have. And there's always some defective models.
That's not getting owned -- the LG edges it out. The Adreno 320 is pretty impressive but the 5 still wins at its native resolution.
That smartphone isn't out yet is it? wink.gif
Care to post any of these?

Wat....

http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph6324/49984.png

That is a margin of error. It stands to reason that if it bested it in the 1080p offscreen tests then it'll best it elsewhere.

http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph6324/49987.png

That is more for you, but again, I'd place more stock in the 1080p offscreen test that is more intensive.
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Uh no. There's always some defective models.
I don't think they have. And there's always some defective models.
That's not getting owned -- the LG edges it out. The Adreno 320 is pretty impressive but the 5 still wins at its native resolution.
That smartphone isn't out yet is it? wink.gif
Care to post any of these?

Wat....

http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph6324/49984.png

That is a margin of error. It stands to reason that if it bested it in the 1080p offscreen tests then it'll best it elsewhere.

http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph6324/49987.png

That is more for you, but again, I'd place more stock in the 1080p offscreen test that is more intensive.
How so? At 1080p they both have the same resolution and the LG takes the lead by 2 FPS. At native the 5 takes the lead by 2 FPS, which makes sense seeing it has about 20% less pixels than the LG.
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I just don't get why apple would release the iPhone 5 in this state. Missing way too many features IMO.

NFC is a deal breaker. I don't understand why Apple would not use that. I guarantee if they would have put NFC on that phone the technology would have blown up. Seems like such a little feature but i constantly catch my wife and i using it to share files and pics and music and such stuff. No wireless charging, no expandable memory. People can be happy with the iPhone 5 but there are too many missing features to be a competitive phone.

Most people have no idea what NFC is, even if they do use it.
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I just don't get why apple would release the iPhone 5 in this state. Missing way too many features IMO.
NFC is a deal breaker. I don't understand why Apple would not use that. I guarantee if they would have put NFC on that phone the technology would have blown up. Seems like such a little feature but i constantly catch my wife and i using it to share files and pics and music and such stuff. No wireless charging, no expandable memory. People can be happy with the iPhone 5 but there are too many missing features to be a competitive phone.

It already is one. And that too a big one.
Yes, for chavs and "cool" poeple (very likely I only mock them because I'm not one of them)

No, it is competitive even without the Apple marketing; you guys are all getting excited over a small handful of phones beating it and going on about how its an incremental upgrade (ie. Just like the SGSIII and SGSII were), it's still a competitive phone, you guys are being just as bad as Steelbom is with this.

- Android user for the foreseeable future.

There's no bias in these reviews, it's already proven that Geekbench has had bugs (If it is geekbench and not something in Android) that causes the CPU to have barely any load, maybe that's contribution to the SGS3 low scores? Or maybe it's the stock ROM? There's too many variables, it's like me calling BS on Anands GTX 470 results when I'm testing the games through Wine in Linux and getting different numbers.
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That is more for you, but again, I'd place more stock in the 1080p offscreen test that is more intensive.

Cool, do you play GLBenchmark on a 1080p TV all the time? Sweet. I'd personally rather, y'know, real world results but then I've never gotten the point of 3DMark; it's meant to show realistic results and be repeatable, but it fails hard at the former.

The Anandtech review shows me that the Adreno 320 has access to faster memory/more cache, hence why it's better at a higher resolution, it doesn't say anything about the shader power which is by and large usually your limitation at native resolution.
    
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Deciding to stay dual core and just perfecting architecture was an extremely good decision. The battery life on these things are excellent and I don't know anyone who would need a faster cell phone than an iPhone 5. It's always the consumers choice in the end but I feel as though the iPhone 5 has the best overall performance when you factor in everything a phone can do.
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Cool, do you play GLBenchmark on a 1080p TV all the time?

I am sure they do, since that's the only chart they keep pushing again and again.
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No, it is competitive even without the Apple marketing; you guys are all getting excited over a small handful of phones beating it and going on about how its an incremental upgrade (ie. Just like the SGSIII and SGSII were), it's still a competitive phone, you guys are being just as bad as Steelbom is with this.

- Android user for the foreseeable future.

There's no bias in these reviews, it's already proven that Geekbench has had bugs (If it is geekbench and not something in Android) that causes the CPU to have barely any load, maybe that's contribution to the SGS3 low scores? Or maybe it's the stock ROM? There's too many variables, it's like me calling BS on Anands GTX 470 results when I'm testing the games through Wine in Linux and getting different numbers.
How am I being bad about this?
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The Anandtech review shows me that the Adreno 320 has access to faster memory/more cache, hence why it's better at a higher resolution, it doesn't say anything about the shader power which is by and large usually your limitation at native resolution.
What's to say it isn't just slightly better? At the same resolution -- 1080p -- the results show the LG leading by 2 FPS, but at native resolution where the 5 -- which has roughly 20% less pixels than the LG -- leads by about 2.
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iphone 5 runs at too low of a resolution to be relevant anymore.

Sorry, thanks for playing.
    
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