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Not in software, though.
Correct, that's the point I'm making. With the Nexus 4 having the stock version of Jelly Bean and the Optimus G running ICS with it's own skin on top, the Nexus 4 shouldn't be at such a disadvantage.
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Correct, that's the point I'm making. With the Nexus 4 having the stock version of Jelly Bean and the Optimus G running ICS with it's own skin on top, the Nexus 4 shouldn't be at such a disadvantage.

Or, Google didn't optimise very well, whereas LG have.
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Or, Google didn't optimise very well, whereas LG have.
Yes, optimized for benchmarks. It's evident there isn't a performance hit in real world usage otherwise we'd be hearing about it now.
Edited by Marin - 2/21/13 at 10:49pm
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Samsung modified the Galaxy S3 to cheat on benchmarks.

Yes, of course lachen.gif
I realize you are fully immersed in your love for the S3, but I am going to trust the ROM developer over your wishful thinking. Besides, the bigger problem is the MHL snow issue and not what Samsung did to the software or firmware.
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I realize you are fully immersed in your love for the S3, but I am going to trust the ROM developer over your wishful thinking. Besides, the bigger problem is the MHL snow issue and not what Samsung did to the software or firmware.

I am a ROM developer wink.gif
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Yes, optimized for benchmarks. It's evident there isn't a performance hit in real world usage otherwise we'd be hearing about it now.

If they're optimised for benchmarks, it means they're optimised for games, too.
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Not in software, though.

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Benchmarks have always been meh. The LG Optimus G and Nexus 4 are the same phone internally but the Optimus crushes it in a lot of benchmarks.

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Correct, that's the point I'm making. With the Nexus 4 having the stock version of Jelly Bean and the Optimus G running ICS with it's own skin on top, the Nexus 4 shouldn't be at such a disadvantage.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Rubers View Post

Or, Google didn't optimise very well, whereas LG have.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Marin View Post

Yes, optimized for benchmarks. It's evident there isn't a performance hit in real world usage otherwise we'd be hearing about it now.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Rubers View Post

If they're optimised for benchmarks, it means they're optimised for games, too.

From what I remember, the Nexus 4 has a throttle built in that doesn't let it get too hot. A reviewer noticed that a lot of benchmarks would cause it to heat up fairly quick, and the CPU would throttle back down as to not overheat or damage the device. Real world performance never suffered though as the device only reached those thermal thresholds during benchmarks.

As a side note, my GNex plays FIFA 12 much smoother than my S3 does. Both being bone stock.
 
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From what I remember, the Nexus 4 has a throttle built in that doesn't let it get too hot. A reviewer noticed that a lot of benchmarks would cause it to heat up fairly quick, and the CPU would throttle back down as to not overheat or damage the device. Real world performance never suffered though as the device only reached those thermal thresholds during benchmarks.

As a side note, my GNex plays FIFA 12 much smoother than my S3 does. Both being bone stock.

That also makes more sense. Thermal throttling is all down to the kernel, too.
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I listen to music on my phone 5 days a week for a minimum of 2-4 hours a day (transit time). You better darn well believe I use all 500 4000 songs in my library.

Even with Pandora to supplement that, it gets quite repetitive, and Pandora doesn't work all to great in certain areas with poor reception to begin with.

Agreed. I listen to music probably 4 to 6 hours a day at work. 500 songs is nowhere near enough and I don't get a strong enough data signal to stream so I'm left with what I can fit on the phone. I just looked and I have 6,264 songs on my 64GB card. I don't listen to all of them on a regular basis and there are probably some I won't listen to but it's nice to have it available.
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