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mattxr87

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Sep 28, 2015
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my 6s plus has tsmc chip inside of it anyone got the samsung chip and ran geek bench?

my model number and core speed is differernt and slower than urs im tsmc





Whatever chip is in mine, it's a beast!
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gsmornot

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Sep 29, 2014
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My 6S Plus has been sweet, not sure which processor it has but whichever one it is, its been great.
I thought I would mention though since we are on the topic of crappy chips, skip the Lays Gyro flavor. Not sure what they were thinking but pretty bad if you ask me. The biscuits and gray flavor is less bad but its a skip too.
 

normanfox

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Feb 9, 2014
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Really, sounds like a stupid reason. Get what you want, not based on some untested/verified application or what the hardcore apple geeks tell you. How do you know the app is actually reporting the correct information? Has anyone run it several times on proven chipsets to get a sample size for comparison so a true baseline can be established?

sarcasm detected...
 

ominx

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Jun 23, 2010
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If you are worried about installing, follow these 10 simple steps...
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  3. install app by trusting profile
  4. run app
  5. get result
  6. take screenshot
  7. praise or denounce your chip supplier
  8. delete app & profile
  9. turn off airplane mode
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richard371

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Feb 1, 2008
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Agreed,

Id never give up the 1 handed use of a 6 because the plus might have a Samsung chip where I will notice no difference. For all we know this guy could be giving opposite results just to mess with the OCD people out there lol.

Really, sounds like a stupid reason. Get what you want, not based on some untested/verified application or what the hardcore apple geeks tell you. How do you know the app is actually reporting the correct information? Has anyone run it several times on proven chipsets to get a sample size for comparison so a true baseline can be established?
 

zakarhino

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Sep 13, 2014
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I guess mine is Samsung too. We have identical scores.

How many GHz is your processor? I've seen some with 1.79 GHz & 1.82 GHz.

1.85 Ghz 6s Plus

EDIT: Just noticed the benchmark I ran yesterday night was running at 1.84 Ghz. Interesting.
 
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ParanoidDroid

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Sep 15, 2013
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I have a TSMC phone! No wonder my battery doesn't last a day!

How to get the more energy efficient Samsung chip? Can I just walk into my local Apple Store and demand a new Samsung iPhone?
 
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El Hikaru

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Dec 3, 2013
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I like opinions based on researches. There are way too many guessing and speculations on the street.
 
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