Which is the faster processor for the Galaxy S8?: Exynos 8895 vs Snapdragon 835

It's that time of the year again. Galaxy S8 will be released into the wild a couple weeks from now, and the old questions will strike again: 

Is Exynos still better than Snapdragon? Should I import the international variant of the Galaxy S8?S8 exynos vs S8 snapdragon: Which is faster and which one has better battery life?

LG G6: A perfectly fine phone ruined by terrible decisions

As you probably know, LG G6 got unveiled a few days ago and the only two kinds of reactions I can gather are: "Meh" and "This is a perfectly fine phone. Why so much hate? What else do you want in a phone?" And what I want to say is that both the opinions are kind of correct. 

So what exactly is so underwhelming about this phone, which generates such lukewarm reaction. Let's try to analyze. 

Apple A10 vs A9 vs Snapdragon 820 vs Exynos 8890. Is iPhone 7 the fastest phone ever?

The iPhone 7 got released this week and as soon as a phone gets released, enthusiasts run benchmarks on it to test the guts. As a result, the phone gets etched to the database of many popular benchmarking sites. 

I have scoured through those sites and hence present you how the iPhone compares to the latest android phones and it's predecessor in multiple tests testing the CPU and GPU. 

First of all, let's start with the CPU since it's the silicon that runs most of the tasks and hence is a good indicator of the usual performance of the system. 

Devices chosen:

A10: iPhone 7A9: iPhone 6sSnapdragon 820: Oneplus 3Exynos 8890: Galaxy S7

Geekbench 4: Snapdragon 820 vs A9 vs Exynos 8890

As you probably know, Geekbench 4 was released yesterday making a whole lot of changes from Geekbench 3. The changed tests and baseline changed the rankings between processors a bit and is generating a lot of buzz, and along with it comes a lot of misinformation. 

So let's investigate this further and see how the scores have changed and why? 

Opening letter

Welcome to the baddest tech blog. This post serves the content which will be served here in the future, and what will they cover.

First, to introduce myself, I will say that I have been in the tech sphere for over 5 years now and have a pretty good understanding on how things work and what is good for a general consumer, at least in India.