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Could go both ways, either the article is biased, or the owners posting the numbers are. People fail to mention the latter.

When the results are validated to be stock speeds and ROM's then HOW do you make them artificially higher?
    
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It's now entirely clear that Apple's industrial design and engineering teams are at the top of their game. On the other hand, I've no idea what the hell their software teams are doing...

Can't wait for Anand to release some battery numbers though. It's nice for at least one company to advance the industry in terms of mobile efficiency.
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It's now entirely clear that Apple's industrial design and engineering teams are at the top of their game. On the other hand, I've no idea what the hell their software teams are doing...

Can't wait for Anand to release some battery numbers though. It's nice for at least one company to advance the industry in terms of mobile efficiency.
Apple's engeneering team? More like Samsung's/
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I don't get what's to argue about in here. Anandtech is pretty unbiased. The iPhone 5 did really well and that was it. Overall it seems performance wise from looking at all the benchmarks from other reviews the iPhone 5 is an overall winner. However I'm going to get the S3 soon just because the massive amount of memory, jelly bean soon and the bigger screen size.
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Apple's engeneering team? More like Samsung's/

Well, when you figure out how chip design works, you're quite welcome to get back to me.
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Apple's engeneering team? More like Samsung's/

Apple designs the SoC, and truth be told, all that money attracts some talented engineers.
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LOL? oh my god, 0.7" along the diagonal more? That's just... that's just too big. How would I be able to fit it in my skinny jeans? Buy a pair of Levi's 501s. A Galaxy Note fits in those pockets no issue. As far as I'm concerned, men shouldn't wear anything tighter than 501s. I'm 6'3" 180 lbs with a 30" waist so it's not like I'm some huge dude either. Time for some big boy pants.

.7" is a lot. The Note is too huge, IMO. I had one (gave it to my sister). A lot of people like 4" screens. No need to bash someone. Over pants.
post #98 of 208
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When the results are validated to be stock speeds and ROM's then HOW do you make them artificially higher?

The same thing can ALSO be said about Anandtech. Not sure if I want to trust a single unknown user or a well-known review site.
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Well, when you figure out how chip design works, you're quite welcome to get back to me.

Judging from his posts, he probably doesn't know how it works.
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post #99 of 208
Pretty sure this is apple's design process:

Apple: Ok, I had this dream. I was doing acid and I had this dream. I had this dream and, in my dream, i was using this phone that was like longer than the iphone 4. I got an entire extra row of apps on the screen. The thing about the screen though, in my dream, was that it was actually just another eye looking back at me. It was like a retina displaying everything I needed in one place. Hey samsung, can you make my dream reality?

Samsung: Si senor. Gives us monies.
    
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The same thing can ALSO be said about Anandtech. Not sure if I want to trust a single unknown user or a well-known review site.

That literally made no sense.

Explain how you take a bone stock SGS3 and make the benchmark results artificially higher than they should be. Please.

I don't doubt a single iphone 5 number. I am doubting the SGS3 numbers. The variances are massive, and I've yet to hear an explanation. Excuse me forbeing inquisitive.
    
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