Up close and personal: how the #Samsung Galaxy S6 uses its #octa-core processor goo.gl/iEXqFw @AndroidAuth @PatrickMoorhead
@PatrickMoorhead @FPiednoel Pat isn’t the only one talking about probs with benchmarks. AA published this in May: androidauthority.com/beware-of-the-…
According to @PatrickMoorhead 6 core big.LITTLE is good forbes.com/sites/patrickm… but 8 core HMP is bad! forbes.com/sites/patrickm… Go figure!
Looks like @PatrickMoorhead likes the 6 core HMP big.LITTLE processor in the LG G4: onforb.es/1Q5KxLr
@PatrickMoorhead Fact or Fiction: Android apps only use one CPU core bit.ly/1FL4TTe
@PatrickMoorhead Yep, Twitter isn’t the best medium for this!!!
@PatrickMoorhead No you got that wrong. Does add value (better power perf), costs nothing extra, so better than then competition.
@PatrickMoorhead That is the point, 8 core phones aren’t more expensive. See ZTE Blade S6 & S6 Plus goo.gl/Bmx4oy starting at $250.
@PatrickMoorhead I started my first soft eng job out of university just 22 years ago. So I guess I will bow to your greater wisdom! 🙂 🙂
@PatrickMoorhead I agree with you 100% about that and I said so in my article. The message is power saving not performance.