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They're absolutely meant to compete with each other. NVIDIA wants to deny AMD market share so they pushed out the GTX 1060 ASAP (lots of people expected a later release). As for which card to go for that all depends. NVIDIA's use of pre-emption instead of true asynchronous compute is a nice stopgap that lets them reap some of the benefits of DX12 as of now. This probably won't age all that well since it's only a workaround but as of now it gives them the boost they need to...
Anybody willing to check something for me quickly?   Had some time before lunch and got bored so I made a score for Loss from "I am Setsuna". It's the song that automatically plays on the Square Enix Music page for "I am Setsuna": http://www.square-enix.co.jp/music/sem/page/setsuna/   Or here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrJgIrsqumE   Timestamps in description.   Here's the score:     Feel like I'm missing a few notes here and there now that I've tried...
I am Setsuna soundtrack sounds gorgeous. Really want it. :O
http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2016/07/nvidia-gtx-1060-review/   https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_1060/31.html   This is honestly getting really embarrasing. RX 480 is technically a better value if we look at performance per dollar but on average the GTX 1060 is quite a bit faster.   From my perspective if we're looking at reference editions only, the GTX 1060 completely destroys the RX 480. The extra money for the GTX 1060 goes towards an...
I think that was the issue for the S6 that escaped me. S7 Qualcomm 820 variant builds should be out within the next few months.
The only issue is that LTS is shaky unless they're official builds listed on the wiki. It's pretty easy to predict which phones will enter the official build repos but there are certain surprises like the Galaxy S6 which doesn't have an official build. Usually the flagships and then phones like the Zenfone main line (and Laser but for the current Zenfone 3 lineup, probably just the Zenfone) which are inexpensive and massively popular.
Actually you can get it for $200 through Project Fi if you're willing to try that out. Really inexpensive but high quality service by Google. The phone itself is technically unlocked so you can use it with another carrier afterwards. I think OnePlus used to use Cyanogenmod and there was some fallout. I might be mistaken and rather it was another company instead.
+1 It's nice and all but sometimes I find Android a little intimidating. Not sure how I feel about the new iOS 10 lockscreen though.
On the note of Dash Charge, apparently it only works with their own cables. There's some caution necessary if you want to use that cable for other applications. http://www.theverge.com/2015/11/16/9742360/oneplus-usb-type-c-cable-adapter And that proprietary Dash Charge thing: http://www.androidauthority.com/oneplus-3-dash-charge-cable-required-698727/
Oneplus 3 obviously for best value like the others have stated but goes against your requirements of 1-handed use. It also uses anodized aluminum like almost every other flagship out there so it's bound to be slippery and a fingerprint magnet if a dark dye is used to anodize (and the reason why Apple always chooses relatively light colors when anodizing aluminum to minimize how noticeable fingerprints, scratches and chips are on the surface). Technically the Mi 5 would be...
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