A new Snapdragon 855+ benchmark cements it as the fastest Android processor

Qualcomm mentioned that the overclocked chipset is optimized for 5G and AI number crunching, whatever that means but Snapdragon 855 Plus still doesn't bring DDR5 support, so Samsung's 12GB RAM module announced yesterday won't land in a phone in the US, even if the Note 10 is somehow equipped with the latest Snapdragon processor.
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52. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

Yes (unlimited with iOS 13). Yes. iPhones don't have notches. All the time; the only thing different is the understanding of ergonomics. - I don't like to steal from your house, I don't like to steal music; I go to iTunes and a click later the song downloads to my library. 2-3 mil is a big library of apps to choose from. - You should really try Apple ecosystem sometimes, maybe you'll understand then why we like it so much.

54. Buttfrags

Posts: 12; Member since: Feb 28, 2019

Your comment is sarcastic right?

56. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

My comment is an answer.

57. tedkord

Posts: 17356; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

It's an answer in the same way that 5 is an answer to, "what is two plus two."

58. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

I cannot accuse you - and other Apple trolls - of good faith, but when I see a pseudonym I haven't talk to before, I'm thinking it knows nothing and I can explain stuff.

60. tedkord

Posts: 17356; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

And I can't accuse you, or the other Apple defense trolls, of having cogent arguments. You ruin your own credibility with the silly no notch on an iPhone argument. Why would anyone take anything else you say seriously when you build on to this patently, and easily verifiably incorrect statement?

73. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

"no notch on an iPhone argument" I will gladly revise my view, if you can point me to an official Apple source that is mentioning the word "notch" in its statement.

61. tedkord

Posts: 17356; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

Part of the problem is that, as an Apple fan, you don't know what good faith looks like. You get a phone that loses all signal when you touch one point with a fingertip, and you're told that all phones have this problem. You get a phone that bends in front pockets, and you're told only 9 were affected. Updates brick phones, and you're told there is no problem. I can see how you would not recognize good faith.

67. Tsepz_GP

Posts: 1175; Member since: Apr 12, 2012

You get a phone that explodes and puts lives at risk, banned from airplanes, and yet here you are, talking about good faith.

69. tedkord

Posts: 17356; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

Yes, I am, because as soon as the problem started, Samsung admitted it, recalled the phones, refunded 100% plus $70, and gave me a steep discount on the successor, the Note 8. And since then, not a single report of any successive Note model catching fire. That's what good faith looks like. Not denying the issue and blaming it on the users (you're holding it wrong).

75. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

As I recall, Apple admitted the problem and exchanged the phones or gave free bumpers; isn't that also a sign of good faith? (as for the rest of your rant: no iPhone was ever bricked - dfu, reinstall the iOS and users were good to go; the model 6 did not bent when placed in a regular front/back pocket, it only bent when the level of pressure was too big.

76. tedkord

Posts: 17356; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

Apple didn't do any of that until they were shamed into it, it took a long time, and actually they never admitted the problem. To this day they still haven't said there was an antenna problem with the iPhone 4. It's not good safe if you're cornered into doing it. Apple first claims there was no issue, been told people not to hold the phone that way, then claimed it was the exact same proximity interferes every phone gets, and in the end issue buffers or refunds, but never admitted there was an antenna problem.

82. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

I don't recall Samsung taking any measure until the news was "burning" with "exploding"reports :); twice. I had the same problem with the antenna in every single phone up to iPhone 4: the antenna was just a small piece of hardware that could be covered up, you just had to find the spot; after the iP4 the manufacturers redesigned the way they did antennas and the world moved on (it's you who let your bias keep you hung up in the past).

81. Tsepz_GP

Posts: 1175; Member since: Apr 12, 2012

Good faith would be testing the device thoroughly before putting it out in market and endangering millions of lives. Not releasing a bomb and then having to recall it after it has already put lives at risk.

74. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

I own Samsung, Sony, Lenovo, Xiaomi, Nokia, Huawei, Asus, LG and Apple devices (those are just the ones that are making phones); I also own Microsoft, Dell, Xerox, HP, Cisco, Kingston, WD - you might of heard of those companies, but it's possible that you haven't heard about - APC, AOC, Zyxell, WD, DLink, Plextor (I also own devices made by them). Are you sure you want to play the "fan" card and are you sure you are able to talk about design flaws - no matter what OEM - with me?

77. tedkord

Posts: 17356; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

Yes, I am quite sure, based on your history of comments. I'll be just fine. By the way, I own a wide variety of brands, also, including Apple products. I have an iPod Touch, and a MacBook Air. I'm in the process of looking for a Mac Pro, for my son to do editing on.

83. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

As a fanboy I should have only owned Apple products, right?

79. holymungdiver

Posts: 7; Member since: Mar 22, 2017

iPhones don't have notches.... Are you retarded...... You're seriously going to say iPhones don't have notches okay well that huge piece of plastic that goes on to the screen that shouldn't be there whatever the hell you want to call it ergonomics. Second of all iOS 13 is even out so how do you for sure know anything about it. And even if you can you can't right now so don't give me that crap I've had an iPhone Xs max, iPhone 8 plus and a iPhone 6 and 7 plus ....I have given the the iPhone fecal system a whole hearted try . The fact of all the above mentioned drove me back to Android way to many restrictions. You don't steal music ....go lick a sack dude . Sound just like a closed minded c. U. N t of a apple user ..... Your answers are trash ....have fun long pressing for number b1tc1-1. If there was a iPhone with the power of the latest iPad pro, no notch , a solid feeling screen as opposed to the flimsy plastic trash used currently, number row and you could use 3rd party app stores and didn't have to pay for music and no NOTCH or ergonomically designed as you put it, Wich is amazing because you can't even ergonomically design the apps on your home screen ,on it is take it. Your answers garbage , your garbage

80. Ninetysix

Posts: 2964; Member since: Oct 08, 2012

You can download more than 150MB on cellular right now. Why are you so triggered broseph?

84. Leo_MC

Posts: 7432; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

"that huge piece of plastic that goes on to the screen" There is no "piece of plastic" on the screen of the iPhone, you're talking about a small bezel where Apple placed the FID system while extending the display on its sides. "how do you for sure" I know that iOS doesn't limit you to 200 MB anymore and I also know what's going to be, because Tim told me (I kid, I own a developer account). I'm glad you find the phone for you; this goes for our readers: that's why developers and media creators favour Apple - because the company creates products that encourage money making and discourages theft. No, I don't steal music, because I can just listen it for free on Youtube, dumb ass. Apple doesn't need to make a device YOU like, because it doesn't need people like you, using its products. Use whatever the ef products you like (and also go ef yourself, if you are not capable to carry a polite discussion).

63. QuantumRazer

Posts: 130; Member since: Apr 27, 2019

'Or remember that one time that you could just think of a song and then seconds later it's literally downloaded on your phone without paying any money?' A free download of songs is illegal if they are not released for free and you need to pay to get them in an official way. 'I can commit illegal activities more freely with my Android device' is not the advantage of having Android, it's a crime and you should be ashamed of doing such a thing.

68. Tsepz_GP

Posts: 1175; Member since: Apr 12, 2012

So you just pretty much told us you support content piracy. Talking about keeping it classy bud.

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