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  1. NinerJet9's Avatar
    462/870

    Posted via CB10
    02-07-14 04:29 PM
  2. PlayBookUserMT's Avatar
    Here we go,

    Post your geekbench results-img_20140207_174526.png

    Gotta love the Z30!

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    02-07-14 04:45 PM
  3. skxj's Avatar
    Well I can't seem to post pics as I know I did not allow access to shared files, and I can't seem to figure out how to enable access to them. I even deleted the app and reloaded it , however I just watched an iPhone 5 hit scores of 1413 and 2559, I don't understand this as iPhone 5 has 130 ghz processor and 1 gb of memory, as opposed to 1.51 ghz and 2gb respectfully for Z10. Any ideas folks?

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    02-08-14 02:21 PM
  4. Jon Ryder's Avatar
    Post your geekbench results-img_20140208_133311.png

    Seems pretty standard score for a Z10
    02-08-14 02:35 PM
  5. anon(5928073)'s Avatar
    Well I can't seem to post pics as I know I did not allow access to shared files, and I can't seem to figure out how to enable access to them. I even deleted the app and reloaded it , however I just watched an iPhone 5 hit scores of 1413 and 2559, I don't understand this as iPhone 5 has 130 ghz processor and 1 gb of memory, as opposed to 1.51 ghz and 2gb respectfully for Z10. Any ideas folks?

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    Seriously? These are two completely different phones.

    The iPhone is optimized for different use, different battery usage, different core processors and different OS. The iPhone may have a 1.3ghz processor but that thing humms to a different beat.

    The z10 uses its internals to run buttery smooth on BB10 and the iPhone uses its internals to run buttery smooth on iOS 7.

    The ghz on each phone doesn't matter. Its how they are used. The 5 has a triple core graphics chip along a dual core swift (Arm v7 based) chip.

    Let's also remember that the iPhone 5 was meant to be a flagship at the time.. the Z10 was meant to be a mid range phone.
    02-08-14 03:05 PM
  6. Gerry In Toronto's Avatar
    Z11??

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    Yes, in the words from Spinal Tap: "This one goes to 11!"

    Microsoft Paint and two minutes of your time you get any score you want.

    Did you notice I'm also running ON 10.2.2?

    Via my device connected to the Ethernet
    02-08-14 03:07 PM
  7. skxj's Avatar
    @apeterson93, Ya seriously, I don't understand,which is why I said "I don't understand". I'm not a smartphone technician, what I see is specs as do a lot of other or possibly most smartphone consumers. How do you explain better specs and inferior performance to these people?
    I have never owned nor will I own an iPhone I enjoy the BlackBerry experience, but it's tough to sell the virtues when the numbers aren't there......

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    02-08-14 03:35 PM
  8. anon(5928073)'s Avatar
    @apeterson93, Ya seriously, I don't understand,which is why I said "I don't understand". I'm not a smartphone technician, what I see is specs as do a lot of other or possibly most smartphone consumers. How do you explain better specs and inferior performance to these people?
    I have never owned nor will I own an iPhone I enjoy the BlackBerry experience, but it's tough to sell the virtues when the numbers aren't there......

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    The Z10 isn't inferior by any means as far as specs are concerned. The Z10 has a 1.51 ghz processor while the iPhone has a 1.3 ghz processor.. as you stated. The specs are better. Bench mark tests mean nothing as far as the phone goes. The S3 tested through the roof as far as performance goes, but the software slows it way down (touchwiz).

    The Z10 also provides a very well presented OS experience. No lag or hiccups are experiences when going through the OS. I don't see any inferiority on either side. The consumer perception is based on what they see, which is keyboards, keyboards, keyboards.. and news about blackberry going down. Not necessarily bad phones.

    I am sorry if I sounded rude by the way!
    02-09-14 01:11 AM
  9. ryshhh's Avatar
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    Post your geekbench results-img_20140209_161534.png

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    02-09-14 01:16 AM
  10. drt_3770's Avatar
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    Verizon ? BlackBerry Z10
    02-09-14 04:39 AM
  11. drt_3770's Avatar
    Seems my first time was 449/881 . What made the second time more?

    Verizon ? BlackBerry Z10
    02-09-14 04:45 AM
  12. Gerry In Toronto's Avatar
    I ran the test a few times and the results varied wildly.

    Tried a few tricks like plugging the unit in, clearing memory and shutting down apps. and the results were everywhere.

    There was very little consistency which makes me wonder what the value of this test really is.

    That was the reason I made up own results.

    Via my device connected to the Ethernet
    02-09-14 07:33 AM
  13. skxj's Avatar
    @apeterson93
    It's all good, thanks for your replies.

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    02-09-14 10:16 AM
  14. JamesIV's Avatar
    395 and 779 on my Z10. Why so low?

    Posted via CB10 on my Z10
    02-09-14 10:53 AM
  15. Beastly82's Avatar
    Post your geekbench results-img_20140208_163107.png
    I swear results were better on GB2
    02-09-14 11:00 AM
  16. mtvictor's Avatar
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    Mine is the lowest
    Dev alpha B sadly

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    02-09-14 11:35 AM
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