Still using Snapdragon 720G. Good enough unless you are a gamer.
Kirin cpu were quite good before america do their anti google campain.
Anton., 13 Aug 2023even so with all those bugs and problems, those times, 2014,15,16,17 were more fun than they a... moreI agree, 2018 - present is some of the worst times I have seen. Nothing like before!
"These days Kirin is out of the game, Exynos dropped out of the high-end market (though it may return next year) and MediaTek is actually giving Qualcomm a run for its money."
Giving a run with 0% marketshare above $850 ? 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂
even so with all those bugs and problems, those times, 2014,15,16,17 were more fun than they are now! sheer boredom and money money money
Very power hungry SoC.
Local brand here had it, in the end performance was even below 660.
When it should be on pair with 820.
Their argument about 3 clusters being better is fine and all, but then the middle cluster of the X20 is just a higher clocked small cluster. That does not make sense to me. The X30 did make sense, but if nobody used it, then that’s too bad.
"Exynos left the high-end market" and what are the pixel 6 and 7 pro? mid-range? lol what is the tensioner? a snapdragon? ha ha ha
Love these flashback series about past chipsets, they're very interesting. Yesterday, I was just reading the one you guys did about the Snapdragon 625. Glad to see another one, keep them coming!