Originally Posted by meetajhu
Every Android phone has atleast 150-200ms input lag. Galaxy note's have above 300ms. If you can't see the input lag then your either are not a PC user, a non competitive Vsync PC player or no clue what i'm talking about. Even devices running Cyanogenmod 10(Jelly bean) has considerable amount of input lag. Input Lag ≠ Framerate lag. If still can't understand, go play Canabalt
or Impossible Game
on Android and then play it on iOS. Tegra devices have less input lag even at choppy framerates when playing Dead Trigger still not as good as iOS or Windows Phone 8.
Input lag is more dependent on the screen technology than the software. Some optimization can help reduce input lag, but the touch screen technology that every company is using in their products are bound to have >100ms lag. Unless they start adopting what Microsoft created (some 1ms touch screen
), we will be seeing input lag for a while, and it's not only Android that has this. Basically every touch device has noticeable amounts of input lag.
Anyways, I'm not looking forward to this phone that much as I thought I would be. The Exynos 5 just has me confused. Why couldn't they just stick with 4 cores and optimize those instead of throwing in another 4 to cover up the power consumption? It just seems a cheap approach to grab the ego of the general consumer. But hey, if it proves itself in the benches, then who cares? I'm interested in seeing how Exynos 5 compares to the S4. Not to mention, the GPU on it should be able to perform nicely.
EDIT: Fixed quote nameEdited by airisom2 - 1/19/13 at 9:58am