Leak shows AMD "Ryzen C7" SoC for smartphones with impressive specs

Porkous

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First off, there are games like:
Honkai impact
Genshin Impact;
These titles are both on mobile and on PC. Nothing would help the developer expand his work than a swift bridge between PC and mobiles. I mean, both Intel and AMD are sponsoring blue-stacks, but as some recognized developer once said, artists want their art to look the best and be the least limited, either by hardware or architecture.

I hope they can achieve enough of impact to get in future Nintendo designs. The unique trait of AMD, right now, is that monopoly would not hurt the industry, I think they have 5 or more years to regain of what they lost at their prime.

PS. I'm doubtful they got into the mobile space so quick. I reckon they've been pretty slow getting into APU's and decent Laptops. It would leapfrogging experience if they actually got so fast into mobile. It might only be a chip that has the mentioned GPU inside, though.
 

HafizNafes89

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There were rumours that Ryzen 4000 was going to be on 5nm... and everyone said it was foolish... I guess the rumours were based on AMD reserving foundry space - but it wasn't for Ryzen 4000, it was for mobile... maybe now Samsung phones will only be 75% slower than Apple instead of twice as slow...
 

HafizNafes89

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The iPhone still lost in the end. it had three advantages and still lost. Samsung's only advantage was more ram.

iPhone has NVME Storage, Faster CPU, Lighter O.S, and a vendor that has full control over hardware and software.
 

Squid Surprise

Posts: 3,153   +2,058
The iPhone still lost in the end. it had three advantages and still lost. Samsung's only advantage was more ram.

iPhone has NVME Storage, Faster CPU, Lighter O.S, and a vendor that has full control over hardware and software.
Because it was a manufactured test... no one is actually going to be doing all that stuff consecutively in their phone...
But each step separately was being destroyed by the iPhone - it only lost (and only by 10 seconds as well) when it had to reopen multiple apps repeatedly...

Anyways... my original point was that the cpu from Apple was faster than Samsung (and all other android devices) - which even you admit!