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ZTE could launch an 8-core A15-based Apache next year

26 November, 2012 | Read the news | Post your comment
ZTE could launch an 8-core A15-based Apache next year - read the full textRumored for a next year release comes the ZTE Apache. It will reportedly run on an 8 (that's right, eight) core processor made by MediaTek. It will be made using the TSMC 28 nm process with Cortex-A15 CPU inside. The ZTE Apache is expected to arrive by May next year and sport a 13 MP camera,...


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damn. the old/current phones are becoming more and more obsolete with each new generation. I remember when I bought the Nokia E61, it was among the best phones for the next several years. and now? the new phones are making the old ones look like they are from the previous century. not cool at all, having in mind that not all carriers in all countries offer attractive prices for their contracts (here in Macedonia they cut off maybe 10 percent from the price).

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  • 2012-11-26 14:56
  • 0wtd

Weaponised smartphones. It's amazing what the mobile market has done for computing. No longer do people tolerate clunky OS, browser crashes and 10 minutes boot times. These devices are now starting to fulfill technology's awesome liberating potential.

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  • 2012-11-26 14:53
  • 3sE3

big.LITTLE is meant to increase performance but at the same time help improve battery life by using 2 sets of quad-cores. One for low power and one for higher power.

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  • 2012-11-26 14:53
  • jmib

Mostly something using big.LITTLE. Just like the next exynos rumoured to be in the Galaxy S4. Well, the kraits are gonna be wiped off the market.

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  • 2012-11-26 14:43
  • bEKN

Why 8 cores, but why D:
Quad cores are already powerful, why over-do it?

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  • 2012-11-26 14:42
  • LfTE

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