Samsung Galaxy S10+ beats the Mate 20 Pro on AnTuTu

27 November 2018
The Exynos 9820 chipset beats the Kirin 980 but falls short of the Snapdragon 8150.

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  • Anonymous

Honestly I’m not an apple fan or anything I use both iOS and android but till this day my iPhone se was still beating galaxy s9 galaxy s9 was lagging so much was so annoying and my iPhone se was running latesta games no issue it doesn’t matter how much ram how much power you are going to put on the phone it will still not run it’s the software mostly not the phone itself out iOS in oldest Samsung and see how smooth it will run even if they put 20g ram in a phone will still not beat apple 1g ram it’s not fan talk these are actual facts

dude111, 29 Nov 2018See anandtech review for the Mate 20; there's a lot of OEMs that... moreYes, there are others too that disappoint in this are, but more importantly there are others doing great - at least if one want and android phone. If wanting an iphone, then you're kind of screwed. And that's really too bad, because it wouldn't be that difficult to improve.

Aiming more focus on this, such as complaining out loud, will eventually make apple improve the cooling solution. That or if their biggst competitors really market their no throttling performance.

Duck of death, 29 Nov 2018Deflection: for beginners? No proof.

Gotcha.

Marco M, 29 Nov 2018The difference is by how much and how fast. Apple is the no.... moreSee anandtech review for the Mate 20; there's a lot of OEMs that throttle as hard or as much as last year A11.

Besides that, a peak performance is ideal for almost all applications outside games... or benchmarks, as they just need a pair of seconds to complete. Its the race to sleep principle.

dude111, 29 Nov 2018That's a nice proof, oh wait its not. I can say that Samsung is... moreDeflection: for beginners?

dude111, 28 Nov 2018Wait, are you telling me that a mobile chipset, nop, ALL MOBILE ... moreThe difference is by how much and how fast.

Apple is the no. 1 sinner in throttling that I've seen the past few years. They really seem to put no thought into the cooling on their iphones, on their ipad it's a different story though - luckily.

XX.XX, 29 Nov 2018You just said "Apple are where the best techs are" yet you also ... moreApple are the only one doing 4K@60FPS ... Samsung SoCs are able to do the same but they had to downgrade because they don't to upset their Qualcomm based Galaxy users in the US.

  • Anonymous

Read anandtech review

Duck of death, 28 Nov 2018Xiaomi is definitely posting fake benchmarks left right and cent... moreThat's a nice proof, oh wait its not.
I can say that Samsung is cheating just because i dont like them? Or how does it work for you?

abigfanoftechs, 27 Nov 2018Qualcomm SoCs are trash ... Apple are where the best techs are. ... moreYou just said "Apple are where the best techs are" yet you also say "Samsung had to downgrade its 4K stuff to match Qualcomm's crappy 4K."

Then where is a 4K Apple?

dude111, 28 Nov 2018lol right Again, every year Apple have had a very, very good ... moreXiaomi is definitely posting fake benchmarks left right and centre. That's not an industry secret. That tends to be Chinese manufacturers reaction to how Apple does it. Show how useless benchmarks are by also faking it.
Regarding your short sighted reference to PC hardware. Guess why PC reviews use contemporary game sequences for benchmarks instead of standard tools? I'll give you a hint, it begins with and R and ends with ampant cheating.

Duck of death, 28 Nov 2018Closed and locked down eco system, software and hardware. Limite... morelol right

Again, every year Apple have had a very, very good SoC since the 2010.
Its like saying QC is cheating because after Krait, their performance "sky rocket" or Xiaomi is cheating because they basically own a benchmark.

Stop smoking that shet

  • Anonymous

Duck of death, 28 Nov 2018Closed and locked down eco system, software and hardware. Limite... morePlease please please tell me you're trolling...

Anonymous, 28 Nov 2018There’s no throttling what are you talking about it used iPhone... moreYou can't simply generalize the world. It might not throttle as much as in areas near the equator lines. Here, where ambient temperature is around 30°C, Apple chipsets will throttle quite soon, even just by doing some quick multitasking. Other chipsets can usually hold up to (read: configured at software level) 45°C before throttling, but a lot of Qualcomm ones don't even reach 40°C under load. At least my SD660 doesn't, except when exposed to outside, direct sunlight heat in hot season where even you will sweat.

dude111, 28 Nov 2018HAHAHAHAHAHA Oh man, every benchmark have proved that the A s... moreClosed and locked down eco system, software and hardware. Limited to no insight in what's actually processed. It's not hard to fake everything then, especially on standard benchmarks. It's very peculiar that Apple's SoC performance sky rocketed the generation after Anand, the benchmarking configuration expert was hired. I mean, they're not hard to fake. Just see how ridiculous OnePlus' scores are on the Snapdragons.

Marco M, 28 Nov 2018Yes, apple's chipset does a great job in benchmarks, and it is a... moreWait, are you telling me that a mobile chipset, nop, ALL MOBILE CHIPS with pasive cooling are going to throttle eventually?

That's a new one...


Anandtech show those numbers, PEAK and after the throttle normalices.

  • Noel

It will be good instead of making these devices extra long and skinny, to give them a little width as the length grows. So in short what i mean is, instead of 18.5:9AR--19.5:9 aspect ratios...why not at least a 17:9AR which i consider the midpoint.
My preference is the traditional 16:9AR with all screen face and little or no bezels. In such a scenario it will be easier to hold a 6.4" screen phone comfortably. On the other hand given the current climate with the taller phones...i think 17:9AR should be ideal with flat screens and 3D glass.

Anonymous, 28 Nov 2018There’s no throttling what are you talking about it used iPhone... moreYes there is, do quick google or youtube search if you don't believe me.

A12, A11, A10 and so on all thermal throttle. They ge to hot, not good enough cooling and then the only option if for the system to throttle down the chipset. It's just that simple.

Have you seens speed comparisons on youtube before? You know, opening a given set og apps and games and taking the time, typically comparing two devices? Some do it only one round, others do it twice and guest what happens in the second round? It's much slower due to throttling. Especially on iphones. They are not the only ones, but they have the biggest difference in round two.

Same thing happens when running a long benchmark twice, the second time gets a weaker result, at least if it's a demanding one and no resting time for the overheated device to cool down.

Iphone X getting 32% weaker result in second round of just a simple antutu benchmark.
https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/iphone-x-ex­trem-thermal-throttling.2117451/
"The result was quite shocking, the iPhone looses up to 32% performance in the second round four to the heat and thermal throttling."

FPS reduced to by 50% on iphone X after one minute of gaming
https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/iphone-x-ga­ming-problems.2093518/
"Got the iPhone X a few days ago and noticed that sometimes framerate would tank in a game. It would go from 60 to 30 after a minute. "

  • Anonymous

Marco M, 28 Nov 2018Yes, apple's chipset does a great job in benchmarks, and it is a... moreThere’s no throttling what are you talking about it used iPhone X and x max there’s no throttling.

I wonder how much samsung shelved from pcokets to get better result than a lot better Mate 20 pro.