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So, since were at overclock.net. Lets see what processer is more powerful???

To much surprise they are basically equal.... Only a cellphone benchmark would do the job, can anyone say super-pi on the cellphone?

Souce1 HTC Evo
Souce2 Iphone

Discuss....
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I was under the impression that the Hummingbird had a better dedicated graphics ability than the snapdragon...
Then again, apple probably underclocked the processor to make up for the "battery" drain that multitasking gave the iPhone =P
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I was under the impression that the Hummingbird had a better dedicated graphics ability than the snapdragon...
Then again, apple probably underclocked the processor to make up for the "battery" drain that multitasking gave the iPhone =P
I think you are correct on the integrated graphics, interesting.

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Apple A4 is based on the ARM processor architecture.The first version released runs at 1 GHz and contains a Cortex-A8 CPU core paired with a PowerVR SGX 535 graphics processor (GPU)built on Samsung's 45 nm process.
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Remember, Apple hasn't revealed the clock speed of the A4 in the iPhone 4.
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Remember, Apple hasn't revealed the clock speed of the A4 in the iPhone 4.
Max clock is reported at 1ghz for the A4 chip. According to wiki source...
Which is better? I'm lost here :/

Snapdragon -High-performance 3D graphics – up to 22M triangles/sec and 133M 3D pixels/sec

A4 - 28 MPolys/s, 500Mpx/s@200MHz
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A4 is faster due to the better GPU
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A4 is faster due to the better GPU
Can you explain please, im lost with the above stats...
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Max clock is reported at 1ghz for the A4 chip. According to wiki source...
That doesn't tell us the clockspeed of the A4 being used in the iPhone 4.

i.e. You can buy an i7 at 2.8GHz or 3.33GHz.
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post #9 of 15
I would say snapdragon because it's actually out! lol

honestly, I've have the Evo 4G and it is very.... very powerful. This is my Third Android *g1 and Sprints HTC Hero* and my god. I have yet to see any lag in any of my multi tasking or screen switching. Also, with it's ability to use the HDMI port to show 720 videos on a tv, that takes a bit of processing power. Considering the snapdragon Processor has proven it's not only powerful enough to do that, but do True HQ Flash, and REAL multi tasking. I just seriously doubt that Apple will clock their A4 up due to battery life.
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It's going to depend on how Apple implements their processor. I doubt they would want to clock it lower than 1ghz, though.
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