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 6 years ago '11        #61
invaderchin 174 heat pts174
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 Y.G. said:


I'm gettin this, f*ck every other phone out or rumored to come out.
consider it's battery life

 12-29-2011, 08:58 PM         #62
iThink 
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this should be the battery meter: ""
 6 years ago '05        #63
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nicce.
 6 years ago '05        #64
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 shadydre85 said:
Ok so whats the point of even buying sgs2 when the 3rd one is around the conner???
There isn't.
 6 years ago '05        #65
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 invaderchin said:
consider it's battery life

Dumbass n*ggas like you said the same thing about the S2 because it has a dual-core but it's battery life is excellent.
 6 years ago '11        #66
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 Y.G. said:
Dumbass n*ggas like you said the same thing about the S2 because it has a dual-core but it's battery life is excellent.


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Is a Quad Core Processor Faster Than a Dual Core Processor?
So, if you buy a computer with a quad core processor instead of a dual core processor, it should be twice as fast, right?

Wrong.

Benchmark tests have proven that there is little or no improved performance on most applications when upgrading from dual core to quad core processors that are identical except for the number of cores.


stay swingin kiddo


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 6 years ago '04        #67
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@ folks always mad that new technology is "always" coming out.

wtf do yall want? n*ggas never heard of Moores Law? Leave it up to yall we'd still be on 300Mhz chip powered computers n 100Mhz mobile devices that gives you a generic "mobile" browser and carrier-only apps
 6 years ago '05        #68
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...gotta wait...

...unless i get the juug... a n*gga gotta wait...
 6 years ago '05        #69
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this should be the battery meter: ""

























 6 years ago '04        #70
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 invaderchin said:
consider it's battery life

 iThink said:
this should be the battery meter: ""
I mean, you n*ggas don't understand the concept of CPU efficiency and think just cuz the CPU speed/number of cores go up battery life = x_x ?

I mean, people forget that the slower single core phones from 4-5 years ago not nearly half as fast had crappier battery life?
 6 years ago '04        #71
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 invaderchin said:



stay swingin kiddo


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 6 years ago '08        #72
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Where can I pre-order one? I need that asap!!!
 6 years ago '11        #73
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 mtbatol said:
I mean, you n*ggas don't understand the concept of CPU efficiency and think just cuz the CPU speed/number of cores go up battery life = x_x ?

I mean, people forget that the slower single core phones from 4-5 years ago not nearly half as fast had crappier battery life?
you a.ssume those extra processor cores translate to more efficient power management and better battery life.

have any of you n*ggas even considered how the 700 MHz white space spectrum affects any of this?

will this phone even have an antenna to utilize it?

 6 years ago '05        #74
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 invaderchin said:



stay swingin kiddo


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Where did I say anything about a quad-core being faster than a dual-core? What a dumb phaggot.
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 finishim said:
You mad your logic makes no sense?
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 mtbatol said:
@ folks always mad that new technology is "always" coming out.

wtf do yall want? n*ggas never heard of Moores Law? Leave it up to yall we'd still be on 300Mhz chip powered computers n 100Mhz mobile devices that gives you a generic "mobile" browser and carrier-only apps
Exactly. I want the Galaxy S IV to have a 735Mhz processor so these phaggots can whine for a dual-core processor after they use it.
 6 years ago '11        #77
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recollect:

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 Y.G. said:
Where did I say anything about a quad-core being faster than a dual-core? What a dumb phaggot.

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 6 years ago '04        #78
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 invaderchin said:
you a.ssume those extra processor cores translate to more efficient power management and better battery life.

have any of you n*ggas even considered how the 700 MHz white space spectrum affects any of this?

will this phone even have an antenna to utilize it?

While I do believe that these next wave of CPUs will move the marker onward for nice battery life, you're hilariously missing the mark if you a.ssume I'm looking at the # of cores . It's called CPU efficiency which is clearly noted in the article. Hint: It's the reason why we was able to go from 533Mhz chips that was battery hogs to 1Ghz chips that can last a good day or two in the first place

Also the 700Mhz white space refers to wireless possibilities, not the onboard processing & efficiency of the hardware... nearly mutually exclusive subjects.


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 6 years ago '11        #79
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 mtbatol said:
I do believe we was.
:agreement6: TEACH ME

Almost all dual-core Android phones suffering from power consumption issue?
Power consumption management in Android might be significantly flawed and it’s a software issue, if we are to believe Russian tech blogger Eldar Murtazin who summarizes reports about battery consumption issues in a tweet claiming that all dual-core Android phones running on a version prior to 2.3.4 suffer from battery problems.

The software flaw has reportedly been fixed in the latest 2.3.4 version of Gingerbread. Battery fixes have been made in the latest Gingerbread, but reports about the final outcome are controversial at best. Judging from previous reports it’s only 0.03% of all Android phones that employ 2.3.4, so it’s mostly Nexus S users who got to test the version, but chances are if you have a dual-core phone with Google’s platform – your phone could improve after the update.

We’ve been hearing promises about battery life improvements with the arrival of dual-core architectures on cell phones, but while we’ve seen some of the amazing new features like 1080p full HD video playback and new inspiring graphics in games, poor battery life is still an issue. The big expectations about optimized software seem to have largely remained only expectations: dual-core heavyweights like the Motorola Atrix 4G and the T-Mobile G2x have somewhat disappointing battery life, while overheating is becoming a common issue after the HTC ThunderBolt was suffering from it and now some initial reports about overheating of the Samsung Galaxy S II have come in.


Theoretically, dual-core architectures should allow you to squeeze more juice from your battery as the second core could be employed for a variety of tasks, but even simple garbage collection handed to the spare core should make for a perceptive improvement.
 6 years ago '05        #80
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Are you that groupie that follows me from the game section into every other section I post?

Dude had to make an alias to continue following me.

This dumb phaggot still didn't show where I said quad-cores are faster than dual-cores.

Sad life you have. #groupie
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