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We are now living at that time, which all companies r trying to make powerful phones, every day something new, creating better than previous version, in this case IPhone is staying a bit behind, if things goes like that Then I could say soon or late they'll destroy their own build empire with limited of functionality and also galactic prices, but what's about processors, I used Exynos and Snapdragon manufactured devices both processors are quite good,but for high efficiency and less power consumption I'm consulting Snapdragon. All chips are in one, made for better performance!
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Soo, catching up with apple?
4k 60 fps (A11)
Better battery life with not having one earbuds as a master (airpods W1)
Better performance. Well. You can get 75 hash/s on A11 (cryptocurrency mining) and 60 fps on popular games.
My thoughts on this: Using the Pyramid of the Pixel Lineup as an example
The Google PIxel 1: Attracting consumers with the camera, trying to help make Android a smooth experience
Pixel 2: Also trying to attract consumers, made it easier for an IPhone user to switch over. Not an upgrade from the Pixel 1 however
Pixel 3, just speculation: A True upgrade from the Pixel 1, but not for the Pixel 2. Makes it far easier for IPhone users, and users of other android phones and there ecosystems to switch. Smart AI, Better google apps to replace Stock Samsung apps and such. Much better core, 115 - 117 DxOMark Score thanks to the optimizations from the SnapDragon 845 Chipset, and improved overall software from the previous year. The overall UI and experience being smooth as can be, running android 8.2(Highly doubt 9.0 would come so soon) with a much more bezel less design. the device feels good in the hand, and retains the Pixel look on the back that we all loved from the Pixel 2.
This is all just speculation, but I highly doubt google ISN'T going to use this Chipset for great things in 2018 - 2019 :D
I also highly doubt they will keep the bezels for long either. They are going away, much like the headphone jack
I plan to upgrade just because I want access to a device that supports band 71 on T-mobile but realistically speaking I have been very impressed and happy with the performance from the Snapdragon 835.
Apple also impressed me this year with their cpu on paper however due to poor iOS updates on 11 I have been unable to get a real grasp on any gains on performance.
I look forward to seeing what Huwaii makes down the road and how snapdragon plans to improve mid range chipsets as far as wireless functionality atleast since they are letting lower end stuff lag behind which is bad
When you tell someone Android phones are faster at daily tasks and things but then they start it's about the benchmarks and the numbers which don't even tell the full story, benchmarks often underestimate and overestimated phones. But the same people who say benchmarks are important mostly do nothing special or out of the ordinary and do regular Daily tasks and when you as re just looking at your phone it is almost impossible to see a difference in which one is better but Android does go faster on apps unless it's like Snapchat who's developers like apple so therefore make it more optimized on the iphone
A lot of these new features have already been seen in apps or in smartphones already. Such as the 10 bit photos, the live photos (keeping one part still), etc..
Basically they've put it all into one, and then imported features they already had.