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Discussion in 'Alternatives to iOS and iOS Devices' started by VinegarTasters, May 14, 2013.
Real Racing 3 on iPhone 4S compared to HTC One
So what am I supposed to be seeing here?
When you can mirror the game to my 60" LED let me know# oh wait u can on my iPhone 5#
Why not compare it to the iPhone 5?
They both look smooth. Impressive considering a 4S is 20 months old, and a One has brand new 1 month old tech.
That "games" on phones are terrible?
Well games of that nature are...
Why would you do that. These games are terrible for full time gaming.
For the fact that I'm not a full time gamer.
I really don't understand this iPhone vs Android war, all in all we will all soon be using Google Glass anyway.
What was your goal here? If it was to show us that an almost 2 year old phone with half the specs of the HTC One could run a graphic intensive game such as this then you did a very good job. Just goes to show you how good iOS is optimized and that it doesnt need high specs to perform well.
now lets shoot images and video with both and confirm the 4S SH17s all over the HTCone,
I'm not impressed by the one at all, sure it's better than the galaxy plastic 4 but there are things about it that suck like the camera or their odd button layout, and sense blows
Strange..... I seem a very similar thread before. Here we go.
Watching someone play a game like that on a 4S on my 4S. Instant headache.
Its hard to tell because I'm listening through my Bluetooth but the sound on the HTC sounds really good. I'd like to play with one for a few hours.
What's even stranger is he didn't bother replying to anyone in either thread.
Uhm, no? Because I'd rather use my Aviator.
Whoopee big deal.
I can mirror my One X+ on my 50" inch Panasonic Viera and use a ps3 controller.
Well, let's not get ahead of ourselves. The 4S is pushing a pathetic number of pixels
All I see is the dude winning on an iPhone 4S.
It does seem odd that on iPhone 4S the drivers are easier.
You can do the same on the HTC One as it supports Miracast.
Is that an app?
Definitely no. Lots of issues with Glass and similar devices. Privacy being the main concern amongst many other legitimate ones.
FWIW, this thread is pointless. 4S is old, One is brand new. Doesn't say much about iPhones except they still perform admirably 20 months later. Doesn't say much about HTC One except that the performance is quite smooth (as it should be).
Miracast is like AirPlay. Offers similar type of functionality.
I think this post is just showing how the GPU on the A5 is still competitive to existing devices. Simply an Adreno 320 vs PowerVR SGX543MP2. If anything, they are in the same categories in terms of graphics according to benchmark charts on Anandtech. Also question does the iPhone GPU use the RAM for VRAM like Snapdragon devices or is it dedicated VRAM like Nvidia Tegra devices? Can't find any info on this.
As SnowLeopard mentioned above, it's hardware within the handset that supports wireless video streaming.
Similar to AirPlay.