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Qualcomm and Samsung are the biggest mobile chip makers. However the world's largest overall chip maker is Intel, but does it make good mobile processors?
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Wow buddy, How much did samsung pay you for this fake review....Your graph for 2D water physics simulation is completely out of scale, The Atom and Exynos differ by approx 335 units but the graph for Exynox is double the length. You are seriously making a fool of the entire world....
funny your mention that they could be sinister because they know what app they're running & don't these phones always know... they just gave you some advise for better results after how many times that you bypassed the option?, but wouldn't that be called game enhancements on other phones ? in other news Samsung had their phones go into overdrive when a benchmark in their database was ran, so at least they didn't try & pull a fast one like Sammy , they did alert you after a couple of test runs which did improve the scores right? what Samsung did was "sinister"
I think you should have used the xiaomi mi pad 2 with the atom x5 or the acer predator tablet with atom x7 to get a fair comparison. This is just unfair coz the z3580 was designed to compete with the snapdragon 800,801,805 and exynos 5420.
This is late to the party, but this video is done so poorly (inaccurately) Firstly, it's quite hilarious that the atom is placed against the flagship processors from Samsung and Qualcomm. Shouldn't it been compared to the comparable processors from the other two companies?
the next thing I have issue with is the presenter insistence on there being some dubious thing going on with the atom with regards to benchmark detection. It's been shown that the other manufacturers do the same, but to see the atom exclusively being mentioned throughout the entire video for this particular issue.
lastly while the battery rest was done quite reasonably. I would also argue that the phones display size should have been taken into account.
tbh I don't think a proper accurate test between the processors is possible seeing how you can't control other components which might affect various performance parameters (RAM, display type and size, storage chips).
i have asus zenfone 5 with intel atom processor & my friend has samsung galxy s3.
about zenfone 5......
the hanging and lagging on my phone is very less than s3.
my phone runs smooth but the major problem is it heats after 30 minutes of gaming.
now about samsung galaxy s3...
phone looks good, super amoled display is awesome
but the lagging and hanging problem is major issue
when i press the menu button it takes 1-2 second to minimize apps and show home.
ya this phone is also heats with 30-35 minutes of gaming.....
cost of both phones are
asus zenfone 5 (a501cg) =155$
samsung galaxy s3 (i9300) =335$
It is not fair to compare phones costing exactly half the price! An apples to apples comparison must be made for a more reasonable conclusion to be drawn. A comparison of Qualcomm and enoxys chips sold in phones costing as much as the zenphone, would be more reasonable.
You are the man! I love it when people do their homework and actually run tests that make sense and run enough to be thorough.
Can you make a video (or just comment if it's simple) explaining why some benchmarks were better after running a game and getting the phone hot? That was shocking to me, and I saw that each one at different times had that happen.
Is your asus phone decrypted ? Most asus devices come encrypted which slows the phone down by ALOT.. Also a lot of phones have a high performance option in developer settings I know the snapdragon definitely does
I'm extremely late to see this video, but still the fact remains; everyone is throwing out the price of the phone, how it is directlu affiliated with the CPU used, as well as the older CPU used against the newer Qualcomm and Samsung phones out. First off, you cannot say you'll find the newer Atom CPU in a consumer phone out right now, as there isn't one. The Atom in the ZenPhone 2 is as good as it gets right now. Secondly, if you want a baseline test of a CPU closest to that of the Atom, go back and watch an earlier video, as he tested it as a baseline test. You cannot cry wolf, and throw strawman arguments at someone who simply put three CPU's of three respective companies up against eachother, and could only find ONE example (with the best CPU from said company) for Intel. Do the testing yourself, if you so desire, but let us know if you've found a HIGH end (more than a sub-$500 price tag), Intel powered phone out right now.
ok, the use of the Z3580 is not a fair comparison...if anything you should have used the z3590 at least it runs faster...putting a quad core up against octa cores isn't fair...use the x5 z8500 with the new gpu