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Intel announces dual-core 'Clovertrail+' Atom processors

25 February, 2013 | Read the news | Post your comment
Intel announces dual-core 'Clovertrail+' Atom processors - read the full textIntel has announced a new generation of their Atom processors for smartphones and tablets. Better known by the Clovertrail+ codename, the new range of SoCs promise a notable improvement over the previous generation Medfield and Clovertrail processors. Clovertrail+ SoCs will be available in...

 

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So beautiful... the K900. What a pity Lenovo is so slow and its marketing deparment is on strike :(

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  • 2013-06-08 09:54
  • LKV7

was watching the youtube video review for a XOLO X500 the other day and the benchmark clearly stated 2 cores for what is the worlds second intel phone, i guess the processor was the one mentioned. powerful processor for a small phone, excellent.

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  • 2013-03-04 13:02
  • 9LbR

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-02-26 14:32 from XM4% - click to readI can not agree with you
Samsung update strategy is awfull
even its flagship phones mostly are one generation behind the most current android version while the GS2 is still waiting for its official (worldwide) Jellybeans update which came out almost 6 months ago

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  • 2013-02-28 11:44
  • naEp

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-02-26 14:32 from XM4% - click to readSoftware updates comes from the phone manufacturer themselves and not from Intel. This is unlike updating drivers in your desktop PC. The hardware customization comes from the phone manufacturers thus firmware is specific to a particular phone model. Usually updates are for resolving problems and issues encountered. Otherwise updates aren't necessary. As the saying goes, "if it ain't broken, don't fix it".

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  • 2013-02-27 00:19
  • IV{V

> In reply to err0r @ 2013-02-26 13:31 from 3AxW - click to readWhat's so bad about the razr i cpu except benchmarks? The phone is smooth, fast, and has excellent battery. I'd take that over any benchmarknumbers any day.

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  • 2013-02-26 17:53
  • b2PW

> In reply to err0r @ 2013-02-26 13:31 from 3AxW - click to readdont buy these phones friends. Intel has habbit of removing support from the handsets once they are 6 months older. If you see samsung and apple,they are still providing support and software updates from galaxy s2 and iphone 3GS respectively. But intel has stopped support for medfield devices. So you will cry to get software updates. They may unlock the bootloader but that is not what support is called. So stay away from intel phones friends. Go for samsung, htc or even karbonn kind of brands but never purchase any intel inside phone

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  • 2013-02-26 14:32
  • XM4%

hopefully be less shit than the excuse for a cpu in the razri.

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  • 2013-02-26 13:31
  • 3AxW

wasn't Intel using it's own Intel graphics HD 4000 on pure Intel ultrabook just like with nvidia geoforce gpu

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  • 2013-02-26 05:52
  • v0qZ

Intel x86 cpu always not up to the game in mobile phone world. Intel just want to monopolised the mobile cpu market as what they did currently in the PC market. But ARM cpu simply cannot get replaced by an Intel x86. Intel will never get a chance to monopolies the mobile cpu market as long as ARM was there. And we should not let this happen, else the market choice of mobile cpu is only Intel. That is totally bad news to all of us. At least currently we have so many choices of ARM based cpu to choose from rather than on the PC desktop it is either AMD or Intel. Further more x86 cpu licensed is controlled by Intel.

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  • 2013-02-26 04:49
  • KRW7

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-02-25 12:33 from 4bF2 - click to readBecause body construction is not all thing....s3 feels very natural in hands than any other smartphone out there ..
When it comes to ease of use and functionality no one can beat samsung...people want removable batteries and micro sd slots ... Samsung gives then what they want...

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  • 2013-02-26 04:00
  • upY%

Just put Intel Core i7 Extreme Processor with 3.0 GHz clock speed and and I'm all set.

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  • 2013-02-26 02:48
  • jKrK

Exynos and Qualcomm will be dead, lol

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  • 2013-02-26 01:13
  • TU3w

> In reply to Mik3yD @ 2013-02-25 14:32 from RYcK - click to readThis is now in mobile phone. The speed shall be superb.

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  • 2013-02-25 22:01
  • y@Wn

This is gonna crush everything.

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  • 2013-02-25 19:06
  • LaCD

wait tell Intel start using its 22nn fab or even its 14nn which are almost ready for production

Intel has a Fab advantage so they can fully use all of it

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  • 2013-02-25 16:44
  • Sh8%

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-02-25 12:33 from 4bF2 - click to readPopularity like apple. Apple still one of the sought after brands. Don't know why besides the popularity, and samsung is going to be like that.

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  • 2013-02-25 16:03
  • thb6

Thats all nice and dandy. Hows power efficiency - the reason Intel so far hasnt been in the mobile game?

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  • 2013-02-25 15:06
  • s0CH

> In reply to dovice @ 2013-02-25 13:31 from mX0@ - click to readtry Nokia 808 PureView , Nokia Lumia 920 , Nokia N8 and you will never say anything about samsung's image quality.

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  • 2013-02-25 15:04
  • wHsR

> In reply to Kantutan @ 2013-02-25 13:27 from t7Rc - click to readI second you, and wish it keeps its 4.3" size but with an LG IPS 720P screen.
I already have a name for it: the Motorola Razr ii !

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  • 2013-02-25 14:47
  • Tr{J

Anything I have ever used powered off an Intel Atom has been soooooooo slow.

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  • 2013-02-25 14:32
  • RYcK

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