Youtube shows REAL "real life" Samsung/TSMC Comparison

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by j2ee, Oct 10, 2015.

  1. j2ee Suspended

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    This shows one is samsung and another one is TSMC

    and this one shows:
    This video will show the iPhone 6s Plus Rose Gold A9(Samsung) and the iPhone 6s Plus Gold A9(TSMC) go through a battery test to see if there is a difference. This is a time lapse video and the units were charged to 100% before test. Tests run were Geekbench, FIFA 16 (Gameplay), YouTube Videos (3 Played), Delete and Download FIFA 16 from App Store, Record a Slow-Mo Video (1 Min Long) with Flash.


    The result shows the powers remain after 36 minutes testing are exactly the same 94%, battery score is just 1 point different out of 360 points.

    Except you are a serious daily benchmark addict or play video game with your phone 99% of your mobile phone time, I don't think there would be any different.
     
  2. techspin macrumors 6502a

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    You got a Samsung one huh? I kid, and I wouldn't consider returning a phone for this reason at all.
     
  3. j2ee thread starter Suspended

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    I don't use iphone, I use cheap android LG which costs 37% of a iphone price. I don't like to waste money you know.
     
  4. j2ee thread starter Suspended

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    Actually I think the youtube is a cheater! The Ghz shows both are around 1.85 in second video, while the first video shows one with 1.76t and one is 1.8x, I check people said samsung around 1.84GHZ, TSMC around 1.76GHZ, this youtube person is a cheater! Don't believe these two videos!
     
  5. Newtons Apple macrumors Pentium

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    There have got to be better things to worry about than this !
     
  6. garirry macrumors 68000

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    When will these threads stop existing.
     
  7. CheesePuff macrumors 6502

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    Only once there is more concrete evidence the manufacturer of your processor doesn't affect real world use.
     
  8. garirry macrumors 68000

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    There has been enough threads and discussion on this. It has gotten way too annoying.
     

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