1. rsk2mc's Avatar
    I think we all saw the YouTube video of the tbolt vs duel core phone by the HTC guy where he just browsed the internet, and of course the tbolt won but that could be because LTE rocks. Here is a video of our phone vs duel core phones in a flash test which should stress the processor fairly well http://phandroid.com/2011/06/15/qual...medium=twitter
    06-15-2011 09:08 PM
  2. dpham00's Avatar
    i've gotten 1.8mbps on 3g before, that should be pretty decent website, but still slow for a graphics intensive one. of course, a slow 3g would be slow...
    06-15-2011 11:45 PM
  3. FrankXS's Avatar
    Please let's not do this again. There is no one parameter that will ensure the highest performance. Not one. It's about the "whole".

    06-16-2011 10:53 AM
  4. Kaptain75329's Avatar
    The comparison test is bogus: a test of two different CPU architectures on two different networks. That alone make the resultant data bs. You can't have more than one variable in a controlled test. Otherwise, how can you ISOLATE the answer to the question being asked in the first place? Don't they teach critical thinking skills to kids anymore??

    Really not sure what the point is anyway since pretty much every phone from here on out will be dual core until the next big thing comes down the pike. If single core really were that much better then this wouldn't be the case. The single core in the tb is good, but there will always be something better down the road.

    Frank made the most important point: technology this complex will not have a silver bullet for performance.
    06-16-2011 11:13 AM
  5. robrecht's Avatar
    Both 'test' results are probably driven more by network and signal factors. It would make a better Verizon commercial than one for Qualcomm. Even then people would rightly call foul since networks have variable coverage. Maybe if you did 100 tests in 100 places chosen at random ...

    Thanks, Robrecht
    06-16-2011 02:40 PM