If they still lock down my country/region with crappynos Im still not gonna buy any samsung flagship.
fanboyssuck, 5 hours agowe will see if you are right next year. it you arent then you just made a huge fool out of yourselfOR he /she just gave their opinion …
FatShady, 16 hours agogaming on mobile, what a pathetic thingwhat a pathetic comment on a multi billion dollar industry!
TheAccountant, 13 hours agoSnapdragon adreno would still have upper hand this year, mark my words.we will see if you are right next year. it you arent then you just made a huge fool out of yourself
FatShady, 14 hours agodoubt the numbers are accurate, even if they were, they’re even more pathetic than i ever… moreYou comment is pathetic and useless , since Console and PC are an absolute minority in gaming.
Appear larger than real life
Bring it on. At first there won’t be many games supporting such features, but it’s the same story like with PC tech, eventually developers will create fantastic things. However I will wait for the Note, uhm I mean the S23 Ultra in 2023.
samsung definition of fans and their brainwashing marketing campaigns are pushing corporate wills, politicals and huge profits, and NOT what the market needs
if the 4 nm is in mind, older intel i9 cpu and nVidia gpu should much much much more than enough to be converted into risc mobile processors, then the android operating system can be tuned to play pc windows games so the players can play single title game in both pc and mobile so as the other windows apps, its the dream of users from the time of GOD knows when … and the industries still struggling to lock down users to certain environment for massive data collection, no user removable battery, no microxd slot, no 3.5 mm battery, massive computational images, massive computational artificial intelligence, non sense marketing
FatShady, 14 hours agodoubt the numbers are accurate, even if they were, they’re even more pathetic than i ever… moreI’m a console and occasional mobile gamer, but I don’t see what’s the point of judging mobile gamers and calling them names…
My only problem with gaming on a smartphone is that:
-the display is too small compared to a PC monitor or TV
-you have to charge the phone all the time
-if it doesn’t have advanced cooling the performance usually drop after overheating
-most mobile games are lame, at least there are some real games like Grid Autosport and it supports controllers.
Then GameCube/Wii emulator, there is a new PS2 emulators, it’s in alpha stage but works great, it’s linked to PCSX2 development I’ve heard, and it’s getting updated frequently.
Snapdragon adreno would still have upper hand this year, mark my words.
At last, game over for all the rest of the chipset Samsung has stoped joking around. Too bad their flagships are scams.
Anonymous, 14 hours agoLol gaming on mobile is a $150 Billion industry compared to a pathetic $28 Billion console and… moredoubt the numbers are accurate, even if they were, they’re even more pathetic than i ever thought.
Anonymous, 14 hours agoExynos + Samsung foundries = Heat Death of the UniverseComments like this tells us how clueless you are. Samsung foundries and their fab process is perfectly competent and competitive. GeForce RTX 3000 series cards are made in Samsung’s fabs and they are perfectly fine. They are not cool because the chips are massive, but considering the huge uplift in performance, they are perfectly reasonable.
FatShady, 16 hours agogaming on mobile, what a pathetic thingLol gaming on mobile is a $150 Billion industry compared to a pathetic $28 Billion console and $5 Billion PC industry ???
FatShady, 16 hours agogaming on mobile, what a pathetic thingAtleast try to be orginal,troll.
*Samsung* makes a chip that does focus on gaming, even if the customer doesn’t need it
*also Samsung* puts it in their regular phones.
They could make a gaming Galaxy phone with better cooling and huge 6000mAh or more battery (that looks like a normal phone, please without the gaming gimmick design)
Oh well that’s just me I guess…
really, 17 hours ago“Samsung traditionally does not tease specs like its Chinese competitors”, – whaat? … moreWhat they mean is that Samsung doesn’t reveal anything officially till the launch event whereas Chinese companies do reveal bits of info till the launch event
“Samsung traditionally does not tease specs like its Chinese competitors”, – whaat? Mostly specs of Samsungs devices are leaked many months before the actual announcement, so whats left for tease?? :))
I know that those leaks are from internal, on purpose, but still this is funny.
p.s. S22U seems probably the best device speaking ahead of 22′ (only if cameras not ruined with processing and AI)