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Samsung slowing down the s9 in android pie one ui update

(Topic created on: 01-04-2019 03:32 PM)
immi007
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Big cluster's are limited to 1700 MHz which is 1000 mhz less than what Exynos 9810 is capable of. It may be because Samsung is trying to save battery.
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mitron56
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It may be due to degraded battery. weak battery cannot deliver peak power.

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maher
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there is no slow down Samsung use 4 high performance core and 4 low performance core

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admin_
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Thank you for being a part of Samsung community. Please know that we are continuously working to improve the Samsung customer experience, and we have taken your feedback into consideration. We want to improve Samsung so it serves your needs and is the best product it can be. If you have any other suggestions you would like to share with our product team, please let us know. Your comments and requests are greatly appreciated. We appreciate you taking the time to share your ideas.
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immi007
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32OaaHROtMI
u can see the slow down at 4:40 .
This is the stable pie one ui update from Samsung for s9.
It's what Apple did to their iPhone's via software update to slow them down.
Also not in any power saving mode
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mitron56
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It may be due to degraded battery. weak battery cannot deliver peak power.
immi007
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it's new phone. Samsung is looking into the problem.n i know what you are taking about. this one is a different issue.
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maher
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there is no slow down Samsung use 4 high performance core and 4 low performance core
immi007
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no it's different issue. Samsung is looking into the problem.i know that anyways :) .
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immi007
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those are high performance cores. it may be a task scheduler changing the frequency
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admin_
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Thank you for being a part of Samsung community. Please know that we are continuously working to improve the Samsung customer experience, and we have taken your feedback into consideration. We want to improve Samsung so it serves your needs and is the best product it can be. If you have any other suggestions you would like to share with our product team, please let us know. Your comments and requests are greatly appreciated. We appreciate you taking the time to share your ideas.
Be sure to hit ♡ when you find an answer that works for you. For Further assistance, you can get in touch with us via Live Chat option by following- http://livechat.support.samsung.com/Customer_new/IN. You can also connect us via Samsung Members web community by following mentioned url-https://community.samsungmembers.com/en_IN#/