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No offense, but that's most likely your setup... and the One X isn't the smoothest or most up-to-date of phones.I don't think amny are running 4.1.1 yet (I could be wrong) let alone 4.1.2 or 4.2.1
my one x has official jelly bean and it's the fastest phone i've ever used. faster than my friends gs3 and dads iphone 5.
 
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my one x has official jelly bean and it's the fastest phone i've ever used. faster than my friends gs3 and dads iphone 5.

Ah have they rolled out 4.1.1 now? And probably not to be honest! Both phones use the same hardware, nearly, for you American guys. Over here the SGS3 outpaces the One X by a good margin wink.gif

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i'd rather have close to dumbphone battery life than mostly pointless performance increases

You miss the point then. The A8 cores use less power than older phones, and the A15's only a touch more. Most processes on the desktop will use the lower power cores... on stand-by I got over 1 day out of my SGS3, while it was syncing e-mails and the likes.

Also, if you want closer to dumbphone batteies, a dual core isn't going to help. quad cores help with power usage smile.gif If a task takes a dual core 50% on each core, but only 12.5% on each quad core... then the quad uses less power.
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biggrin.gif wow 8 core.. almost stronger as a pc... Its a monster..
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SGS3 with CM10 is perfectly possible... wth.gif

Reread the posts and try to keep up.

BTW I'll only use lagdroid and the new super speced phones are slowly easing the lag but its embarrassing how messy android can get. 90% of "devs" can't even follow the basic Google design guidelines. I have a little optimism for a cleaner android ecosystem in the future, though.
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After a year of using a nexus on sprint it looks like when my upgrade is due in august I may have to break my (only buy a ) nexus policy this year since the Nexus 4 would require me to switch carriers. This phone looks like a good alternative, though having to use two types of core may make rooting and development a challenge. May have to settle for an optimus G if that is the case as stock, rooted android is the only way to go.

Also to the guy whining about laginess, you're using it wrong. tongue.gif
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I own both the iphone 5 and Galaxy S3 I747 which I have flashed hundreds of times with AOKP, AOSP, Stock modded, pretty much tried every custom ROM until late November when JB was officially released on my model. To be honest I like both phones, hence why I haven't sold either. The S3 is more fun, I can type faster. The ip5 is smoother and more compact form factor.

I tend to notice input lag and stutter very easily, having played competitive FPS for many years it makes me cringe in general. This is not indicative of how your average end user will see the product however. I am aware I am a nutcase in this regard but I will share my thoughts as I have both phones next to each other.

The difference of input lag between phones is negligible for the most part. The iphone 5 is noticeably quicker is when vertically scrolling up and down fast which is not a real world scenario, let's be honest here. In that instance, the S3 trails behind your finger much more than the ip5. Can't really fault either phone here, it's not a realistic scenario so this is safe to dismiss.

I don't game much on my smartphones nowadays, although I used to play fruit ninja a lot on my Galaxy S2 and Iphone 4s when commuting to work. I consider myself quite good at this game. The S3 is inconsistent here. When 4 fruits are lined up you have a very small window of opportunity to slice them together for a combo, meaning a very fast finger movement is required. I can see my finger effortlessly glide over the 4 fruit as displayed by the LCD but the last one does not always register. The only explanation I have is that the cursor must be trailing behind so by the time it reaches the end of the swipe, the fruit has already dropped too far down to register (note: the fruit are constantly moving).

Again, I don't play much games and very few of my S3 friends do either so it's not a deal breaker, it's not a huge thing but in some situations I can see the slightly higher input lag. I still love my S3 and in many aspects it's an amazing phone.

By now you're probably thinking "ok this guy's clearly an ios fanboy". Here's one for ya: the digitizer on the iphone5 is disappointing at best. I have to sometimes triple tap the keyboard softkeys closest to the outer edges of the screen (P and Q) for them to register. I'm used to tapping lightly thanks to the S3's flawless screen sensitivity. On the S3, touches register about 0.3mm before my finger makes physical contact with the glass WITH a screen protector on and I personally love this(sidenote: the touchscreen sensitivity on the S2 was TERRIBLE until a dev by the name of Netarchy found out how to lower it with this "Ninphetamine" kernel... just shows that Samsung IS learning from their mistakes). Well this doesn't always work on the iphone 5. I find myself having to double and sometimes triple tap touchscreen buttons and the sensitivity gets worse towards the very edge of the screen. The first 2-3mm around the edges of the LCD do not register touches WHATSOEVER. I tested this on 8 or 9 samples inside the Apple Store as well and they all do it. It's counter intuitive because the LCD displays pixels there, you touch it with the edge of your finger and nothing happens. Sure if your taps are a little more firm they will almost always register but it does bother me even a month and a half since I bought it. The 4s had a flawless digitizer and did not have this issue whatsoever, I really miss it.

I'm a bit of a phone addict, not loyal to any one particular company or OS. But although the iphone 5 is FAR from a perfect phone (scuffgate, bendgate, nodatagate etc etc] I have to give it credit for providing the SMOOTHEST vertical scrolling out of any phone I've ever held in my hand, including the Lumia 920, S3 i747 . The Lumia 920 comes very very close but third party apps like Facebook show a MINUSCULE amount of microstutter. The S3 on Jellybean, albeit smoother than ICS with vertical scrolling, has plenty of stutter. Not even a microstutter but a straight HERP A DERP WHAT JUST HAPPENED 5 frames just dropped. It can be improved by changing a line in build.prop (think it was windowsmgr-max.events.per.sec = 500" but it still stutters no matter what anyone says. If you show me a video (preferably shot at 30fps or higher) in which you are vertically scrolling for 30 seconds on an Android device with less than 5 stutters I will become a believer. I just need to see it to believe it. The only Android phone that I would consider smooth is my buddy's Nexus 4 which although much smoother than every other Android phone I've used, still can't touch IOS and WP in terms of vertical and horizontal scrolling smoothness and consistency.<br /> <br /> TL:DR<br /> I love both my S3 and Iphone 5<br /> there is no perfect phone on the market, yet.
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Reread the posts and try to keep up.

BTW I'll only use lagdroid and the new super speced phones are slowly easing the lag but its embarrassing how messy android can get. 90% of "devs" can't even follow the basic Google design guidelines. I have a little optimism for a cleaner android ecosystem in the future, though.

There is no lag on androids. Sorry.
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There is no lag on androids. Sorry.

Well that depends. I've used plenty of droids with lag. However, your One X's, S3's etc... pretty much there is no lag. And after you (not you specifically tongue.gif) grow some balls and flash a better ROM, there is definitely no lag indeed!
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What I want to know is if the US will actually see the Exynos in the S IV or is it going to interfere with LTE again?
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My sgs1 only lags when i throw too much at, only so much 512mb can do.
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