Android tablet user experience

Android tablet user experience

Performance comparison of two Android tablets (ARM-based vs. Intel-Based) with same size screens using a real application rather than a synthetic benchmark. …
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25 Comments

  1. TheNeurall
    Nov 03, 2014 @ 18:07:26

    the game is poorly optimalised for x86. 

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  2. kengs twentythree
    Nov 03, 2014 @ 18:19:32

    ARM 4 Core vs Intel 2 Core //oh my god. well ARM 4 core vs Intel 4 core

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  3. mmmonieux
    Nov 03, 2014 @ 18:57:38

    that’s a big difference, for an absolutely huge corporation

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  4. Objectified Cross
    Nov 03, 2014 @ 19:45:10

    What a joke. Is this even legit?
    I doubt it. Given most companies releasing videos like this usual rig them
    and produce 100% fiction. Even you Arm.

    To be fair the Atom isn’t even Intels best chip.
    It’s still slower than a Pentium M or Core Duo (Gen 1, 32bit only not the
    Core 2) at the same clock speeds. but that’s because unlike AMD they
    decided to make unnecessary sacrifices to achieve that energy saving vs.
    their normal chips.
    Rather than make a proper effort. Designed a gimmick. 

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  5. Kristoffer Nørkjær Randløv Jepsen
    Nov 03, 2014 @ 20:15:26

    ARM vs Intel

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  6. Android Authority
    Nov 03, 2014 @ 20:36:22

    *Video: ARM pokes fun at Intel in Cortex A9 vs Clovertrail+ comparison*:
    http://goo.gl/6RYNK7

    Nothing like some good old rivalry between chipmakers to spice up a dull
    Thursday afternoon.

    Reply

  7. eaglgenes101
    Nov 03, 2014 @ 21:14:38

    Run benchmarks on an ARM chromebook and an intel chromebook and I’ll be
    convinced.

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  8. Karl Smithe
    Nov 03, 2014 @ 22:00:56

    If this is what a quad-A9 does against Intel then what will a quad-A15 do?

    Android tablet user experience

    A Tegra 3 is a quad A-9 the Tegra 4 is A-15.

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  9. GeekTrends
    Nov 03, 2014 @ 22:29:32

    Guardate come ARM trolla Intel … ^_^” http://youtu.be/Hs84SYNS7Qg

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  10. John Cossack
    Nov 03, 2014 @ 22:40:29

    ARM has a little fun introducing their New Cortex A9 chip.

    In the video below ARM does a comparison between its A9 quad core clocked
    in at 1.4GHz and Intels Dual Core Clovertail+ clocking in at 1.6GHz.

    In short the ARM chip embarrasses the Intel chip. This should be no
    surprise though as new technology tends to do that. Whats surprising is
    that it helps out greatly in the graphics department and improves frame
    rates immensely.

    Check out the video after the break:

    #intel #ARM #CortexA9 #Android #NFS #needforspeed 

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  11. Nitin Munjal
    Nov 03, 2014 @ 22:48:22

    Benchmarks have an inherent problem as they can never give exact weightage
    to individual test scores as it happens in real user time (it depends on
    users and other behaviours).
    But neither is showing a comparison of two tablets via a video because
    a) hardware configuration can not be verified
    b) software optimization may come into picture

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  12. Renato Golin
    Nov 03, 2014 @ 23:47:28

    Funny, but shows Intel has on mobile, the same problem ARM has on desktop
    environment. Applications were tuned to a specific architecture over the
    years, the others will have to catch up. 

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  13. Rolan Bello
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 00:30:12

    #intel #arm #mobilegaming

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  14. MAR matusita
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 01:20:43

    ARMとIntel,それぞれの端末でレースゲームやって比較しました、という、ARMが作った、のかはよくわかんなかったけど、多分ARMよりな所が作った映像。

    Intelベースの奴はゲームだといまいち、というのは聞いたことあったのですが、確かにこれくらい違うときになるよなぁ。でも、元々アプリケーションはARMで動かすつもりで作っていそうだし、とすると、まぁそんなもの、っていうてもいいのかもしれないけれど。

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  15. Akhmad Fathonih
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 02:02:44

    *Video: ARM pokes fun at Intel in Cortex A9 vs Clovertrail+ comparison*:
    http://goo.gl/6RYNK7

    Nothing like some good old rivalry between chipmakers to spice up a dull
    Thursday afternoon.

    Reply

  16. Artemis Kitty
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 02:56:06

    So… I guess if someone showed a video of 2 cars racing, one being say a 4
    cylinder Porsche 914 and the other being a Mercedes SL63 AMG you’d consider
    them even and then go on about how Porsche is inferior? How about running a
    quad core against a quad core and likewise for dual cores? Also, what other
    specs besides ARM are we talking? GPU is… Adreno? Tegra? Mali?
    Resolution, equal on those tablets? And could we see a few other games?
    Some games run like CRAP on one of my 3 android-based devices, others are
    the opposite.

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  17. Chris. Nieves
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 03:49:06

    *Video: ARM pokes fun at Intel in Cortex A9 vs Clovertrail+ comparison*:
    http://goo.gl/6RYNK7

    Nothing like some good old rivalry between chipmakers to spice up a dull
    Thursday afternoon.

    Reply

  18. Steven Holms
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 04:12:53

    *Video: ARM pokes fun at Intel in Cortex A9 vs Clovertrail+ comparison*:
    http://goo.gl/6RYNK7

    Nothing like some good old rivalry between chipmakers to spice up a dull
    Thursday afternoon.

    Reply

  19. Perfecto Velo
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 04:57:08

    Mucha mala milk en esta comparación de rendimiento gráfico entre una tablet
    con ARM y otra con Intel.

    Existe una explicación simple y por la que casi pondría la mano en el fuego
    para explicar el mal rendimiento de la tablet x86 en este juego android,
    más allá de que directamente el SoC de intel para este mercado no tenga una
    gran potencia gráfica:

    Android normalmente permite una compatibilidad “binaria” total entre
    distintas plataformas/Cpus y el soft gracias al uso de Java y su VM Dalvik,
    pero la mayoría de juegos exigentes no usan este método, digamos que el más
    estandarizado y compatible, para funcionar bajo Android. Lo que sí suelen
    hacer es usar el NDK y en vez de funcionar sobre la máquina virtual java
    Dalvik, con la pérdida de cierta velocidad implícita, lo que hacen es
    funcionar directamente con código máquina compilado para la arquitectura de
    la cpu objetivo.

    En estos casos, como los juegos, la arquitectura objetivo es ARM. En este
    caso los binarios NO son compatibles con la cpu intel, y tienen que tirar
    del uso de un “binary translator” para generar “al vuelo” un binario
    alternativo y compatible x86, que por supuesto no será tan eficiente además
    como una versión x86 compilada directamente por el desarrollador.

    Por eso no sólo es lento el juego en funcionamiento en 3D, sino en menús,
    cargas, etc. Esto sin embargo debería representar lo que es la tónica
    general de aplicaciones como juegos 3D o cualquier tipo de aplicación
    exigente en Android. Y el 99,99% de casos será de uso del NDK para
    generar… código ARM.

    Así que en ese sentido sí nos muestra algo aleccionador este vídeo.

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  20. jones Bidanas
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 05:51:34

    Rien a dire arm reste le meilleur en mobile

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  21. Сергей Кондриков
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 06:29:07

    ARM-based vs Intel-based

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  22. Levy S.
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 06:51:40

    Funny, but shows Intel has on mobile, the same problem ARM has on desktop
    environment. Applications were tuned to a specific architecture over the
    years, the others will have to catch up. 

    Reply

  23. Miguel Marnoto
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 07:05:56

    *Video: ARM pokes fun at Intel in Cortex A9 vs Clovertrail+ comparison*:
    http://goo.gl/6RYNK7

    Nothing like some good old rivalry between chipmakers to spice up a dull
    Thursday afternoon.

    Reply

  24. Severin Stefan Kittl
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 07:18:02

    *Video: ARM pokes fun at Intel in Cortex A9 vs Clovertrail+ comparison*:
    http://goo.gl/6RYNK7

    Nothing like some good old rivalry between chipmakers to spice up a dull
    Thursday afternoon.

    Reply

  25. Armen Polischuk
    Nov 04, 2014 @ 08:01:51

    Reply

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