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is your phone better than your thinkpad?

#1 Post by ganon11000 » Fri Mar 22, 2013 3:36 pm

Is your phone more powerful and faster than your thinkpad?

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A X41 Pentium M 1.6GHz 2GB ram (2.5 installed)

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Re: is your phone better than your thinkpad?

#2 Post by Neil » Fri Mar 22, 2013 3:57 pm

No....not even close. And it's not because I have especially fast ThinkPads, I just have a very slow Samsung something or other phone.
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#3 Post by Cigarguy » Fri Mar 22, 2013 4:02 pm

My T61 is faster than my Samsung Galaxy SII/Galaxy Note. The slowest Thinkpad/PC that I have is a T40 but I got it for $30. The case for my smartphone is $30 never mind that my smartphone is 10 years younger which in tech terms is 100 years.

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#4 Post by DaKKS » Fri Mar 22, 2013 4:52 pm

Nope, my primary Thinkpad is an R61 and my two primary phones are a iPhone 4G and a Samsung E1150i. I do own an HTC One X, but I cracked the digitizer and its impossible to replace.

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#5 Post by mpcook » Fri Mar 22, 2013 4:57 pm

I like my phone (Blackberry 9810) but no way it compares to a W520, although it's been hard to stuff the Thinkpad in my pocket :lol:
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#6 Post by Tasurinchi » Fri Mar 22, 2013 5:57 pm

Well, my Galaxy Notes I is definitely faster than many of my Thinkpads... :wink:
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Re: is your phone better than your thinkpad?

#7 Post by kangaskhan » Fri Mar 22, 2013 7:32 pm

My Treo clocks in at 400 MHz single-core, so no.
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#8 Post by twistero » Fri Mar 22, 2013 8:14 pm

My current phone (HTC Desire Z), previous phone (HTC Dream), phone before that (Nokia N95), phone before that (Nokia N73) are all significantly faster than my ThinkPad 701c. :mrgreen:

But you really can't compare the performance of an ARM chip with an Intel CPU based on clock rate.
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#9 Post by GomJabbar » Sat Mar 23, 2013 2:17 am

...not on Monday, definitely not on Monday.
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Re: is your phone better than your thinkpad?

#10 Post by emeraldgirl08 » Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:48 am

Better is a highly subjective concept.

In my case if you are talking about sheer computational power then no.

For portability yes :)

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#11 Post by Puppy » Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:59 am

No, I don't have any phone. But there are phones that have better display resolution and connectivity options than my X220 :(
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Re: is your phone better than your thinkpad?

#12 Post by ganon11000 » Sat Mar 23, 2013 10:47 am

kangaskhan wrote:My Treo clocks in at 400 MHz single-core, so no.
2.26 GHz Core2Duo here
Don't forget that clock speed and cores don't represent performance EG 3.4GHz pentium D vs 1.2GHz Core 2 Duo etc..

and 4 core A10 vs dual I3 etc..

I only use old thinkpads, I just like the way there really big and heavy and wish they still made laptops like this (A31)
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Re: is your phone better than your thinkpad?

#13 Post by ganon11000 » Sat Mar 23, 2013 10:50 am

twistero wrote:My current phone (HTC Desire Z), previous phone (HTC Dream), phone before that (Nokia N95), phone before that (Nokia N73) are all significantly faster than my ThinkPad 701c. :mrgreen:

But you really can't compare the performance of an ARM chip with an Intel CPU based on clock rate.
I agree with that! you have to run a cross platform benchmark that shows raw performance, my point is my phone has more ram than my main thinkpad and wireless N !
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#14 Post by pianowizard » Sat Mar 23, 2013 10:50 am

emeraldgirl08 wrote:Better is a highly subjective concept.
Puppy wrote:But there are phones that have better display resolution and connectivity options than my X220 :(
Well said. One major reason why most manufacturers are making increasingly crappy laptops is that the average user (like the OP) thinks speed is the only thing that matters, not realizing that whether a computer is good or bad depends on many other factors. These days, there is a plethora of laptops with 15.6" 1366x768 screens that have zero-degree viewing angles and extremely low contrasts -- they are all garbage IMO, even if they have the fastest CPU and GPU in the world.

To answer the OP's question, yes, my smartphone (HTC Touch Pro2) is better than my Thinkpad (X31). My phone is much more versatile (can text, can get on the internet anywhere, can make/receive phone calls) and is far more portable. I use my phone a lot more often than any of my laptops.
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Re: is your phone better than your thinkpad?

#15 Post by rumbero » Sat Mar 23, 2013 10:52 am

Trying to compare a smartphone with a Thinkpad (or any other notebook) doesn't really make any sense, IMHO. They are two very different tools, serving very different usage scenarios, and which don't necessarily overlap.

Any smartphone is miserable at best when you need to type up any kind of text, be it an email or code or whatever has more lines than some SMS, Jabber, or Whatsapp conversation. There is no proper keyboard nor any suitable screen. Even for web research or browsing this doesn't come close.

The range of programs and possibilities of a real computer is almost without limits in comparison to all those silly smartphone apps fitting only restricted purposes. In fact it makes me wonder what should make such a gadget being so smart as implied by the name of this breed of phones?

I gave in only a few months ago and bought a rugged smartphone (Motorola Defy+) to replace my up until then used outdoor mobile phone (Samsung B2710), and immediately replaced the stock ROM with Cyanogenmod 7.2 while removing all traces of Google calling home from it in the same operation, and also never ever registered the device with Google. I almost never use 3G as i don't use the smartphone for mail nor chatting and rarely ever for web searches. I don't bother about GPS and have that turned off by default in order to save some of the pityful battery duration. I prefer to listen to music mostly during live sessions, or when i am at home without anything else to do on mind, and prefer not being constantly distracted by music from the reality surrounding me. The camera is useful at times. The touch screen handling of the device is much more convenient than my former mobile phone.

Other than that i consider a smartphone more being a toy or limited smart electronic tool than a real computing device like any of even my Thinkpads. Even my trusty old T23 is much more useful and flexible than those severely restricted smartphones which are not even capable to run a real operating system.

Any Thinkpad is smarter and thus much better than any of these smart computing toys. Your mileage may vary, but so does mine.
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Re: is your phone better than your thinkpad?

#16 Post by Cigarguy » Sat Mar 23, 2013 12:02 pm

^^^ Bingo!

Also most people who's computer are slower than their smartphones have computers that are almost 10 years old or older. Common, comparing a A31 and X41 to a Nexus 7? Pretty soon my wrist watch will be more powerful than a A31 and X41 and costs 3 times as much as a used A31 and X41 combined. Compare the computing power of a modern "average" spec T430/T530/W530 or X1 Carbon with any smartphone.

A fairer question would be: Is your latest current smartphone better than your oldest Thinkpad? Otherwise I'd take my T420 over my Blackberry 8300 in terms of computing power. An no I do not have a link or benchmarks to prove this. :lol:

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#17 Post by ganon11000 » Sun Mar 24, 2013 6:37 am

pianowizard wrote:
Well said. One major reason why most manufacturers are making increasingly crappy laptops is that the average user (like the OP) thinks speed is the only thing that matters, not realizing that whether a computer is good or bad depends on many other factors. These days, there is a plethora of laptops with 15.6" 1366x768 screens that have zero-degree viewing angles and extremely low contrasts -- they are all garbage IMO, even if they have the fastest CPU and GPU in the world.

To answer the OP's question, yes, my smartphone (HTC Touch Pro2) is better than my Thinkpad (X31). My phone is much more versatile (can text, can get on the internet anywhere, can make/receive phone calls) and is far more portable. I use my phone a lot more often than any of my laptops.
BTW I repair computers and laptops and know that its all in the microarchitecture not the clock speed and cache not to mention factoring in the fsb, ram, GPU, chip sets, HDD bottleneck etc.. And most importantly a good PSU!

I just find it funny that my nexus 4 is better at everything (except storage) than my A31 yet I still use it daily when my phone does a better job, purely because I like the key bored and the screen. Having said that I'm writing this (and 80%+/- of my posts) on my phone!
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#18 Post by Cigarguy » Sun Mar 24, 2013 4:35 pm

I have a Motorola Xoom Tablet for 2 years now and still have a hard time with pick typing. A Thinkpad classic keyboard it is not.

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#19 Post by dsvochak » Sun Mar 24, 2013 7:17 pm

It is for making phone calls.


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#20 Post by ganon11000 » Tue Mar 26, 2013 12:04 pm

dsvochak wrote:It is for making phone calls.


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That's To Funny that "It is for making calls" yet you wrote that message on your phone :P
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#21 Post by dsvochak » Tue Mar 26, 2013 4:43 pm

I forgot: the phone is better at taking pictures too.

That one can dig a hole with a claw hammer doesn't make the hammer a better tool for that job than a shovel.


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#22 Post by killer » Tue Mar 26, 2013 6:48 pm

LMAO at all this. I use a hammer for nail insertion or removal, a spade to dig, a shovel to clear up the mess, a telephone to make calls, a smartphone to make calls and check on emails as well as to find my way home in fog, a TV to watch television, a radio to listen to broadcasts, and a laptop to do everything else.
When away from home for the night I might use a smartphone to listen to the radio or watch a clip from TV. Nevertheless, the things are miniscule compared with a 15" widescreen. I have man's fingers and they are too big for a smartphone's keypad. The number of times I have pressed R or W instead of E is considerable. :(
Who on earth would write a lengthy email using a phone if they had a computer keyboard available?
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#23 Post by Cigarguy » Sat Mar 30, 2013 5:46 am

Hmmmm....might there be a Thinkphone in the future?

http://www.dailytech.com/Lenovo+in+Talk ... e30234.htm

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#24 Post by QWERTY Andreas » Sat Mar 30, 2013 8:53 am

Cigarguy wrote:Hmmmm....might there be a Thinkphone in the future?

http://www.dailytech.com/Lenovo+in+Talk ... e30234.htm
If they made something like my F-07C with WP or Android instead of symbian, and the new Atom processors - it would be a instan-buy for me...!

Back on topic!

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#25 Post by DaKKS » Mon Apr 01, 2013 3:30 pm

Yes. I have now ordered an Xperia Z and since my R61 is temporarily KIA, I'd wager its faster than my T42.
QWERTY Andreas wrote:...way faster than my HTC HD2.
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#26 Post by DRobinson » Mon Apr 01, 2013 8:11 pm

How do you know it is better? GHz does not mean anything any more. Benchmark with number crunching code to see? Compute Pi or Fibonacci to x digits? How are we to compare the compute power of these varied devices? My T23 is faster than my 1.66 hyper-threading atom in certain areas. Video, not so much. What are we really comparing here? Even if the phone can crunch better, how much "crunch" do you need? For most tasks I do on a regular basis, a late era pentium3 is more than fast enough. The T60 that I use as my primary is overkill. It is nice to have the overkill available, but not needed.
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#27 Post by QWERTY Andreas » Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:36 am

DaKKS wrote:Where once we were many, we are now only few. These loyal caretakers of an ailing creature shall be led by Xylograph, securecrt, tytung and our glorious prophet Cotulla. But out of the fiery hot ashes of its own demise springs new life. Its life cycle never ends. Its mythical nature represents everlasting life, rebirth, resurrection and immortality along with such qualities as vision, great beauty, undying inspiration, awareness and more.

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#28 Post by DaKKS » Tue Apr 02, 2013 2:37 pm

QWERTY Andreas wrote: It might be old. But it's the best.
I swore that I wouldn't replace it until it either died completely or i found a worthy replacement. Unfortunately the only part left of the original phone is the volume rocker. So I figured i might as well go for the Xperia Z... Once it goes completely and i have no chance of saving it, I'm going to burn the remains, a symbolic thing. I wasn't kidding when i wrote that crap about the phoenix. It really did live several times over.

It was once said that launching the HD2 with Windows Mobile was the stupidest move possible by HTC, Android was already stable by then and WM was dying quickly. Yet in twenty years when you ask someone which was the greatest smartphone, they wont answer iPhone, it will be the HD2. The only device that can rival the aftermarket support of this thing is the ZTE Blade and the HTC Blueangel, but they're both far behind.

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#29 Post by Fixed_Rider » Tue Apr 02, 2013 5:01 pm

Galaxy Note 2, purchased for just this reason. It feels at least as fast as my x61s (ssd & 4gb ram) with Win8 & Ubuntu 12.04

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#30 Post by aoitenshi » Tue Apr 09, 2013 12:16 am

My Blackberry 8520 is slower than my T61 ...
But I rather use GPS on my 8520 than on my T61 (more portable with 8520, oh with a bluetooth GPS receiver )
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