seems promising though its true that higher and more cores doesn't seem to be the concern nowadays. for me this phone actually fits the basic needs of the user. aside from that having it's name makes more reliable in terms of service.
AnonD-210780, 01 Feb 2015Yu Yureka is much better with 1.5 GHZ Octa core processor + CYNOGENMOD + Radio + Removable Bat... moreIt's not better then intel if they fix the heating.. Try use divice whit intel inside.. No lag, no hang, evriting is momental, multitasking is child game, but it is (or it was in the old z200&and z300 series very battery houngry) , but i belive that is not the case in the new series..
AnonD-210780, 01 Feb 2015Yu Yureka is much better with 1.5 GHZ Octa core processor + CYNOGENMOD + Radio + Removable Bat... moreno...yureka has 720p display while zf2 has 1080p display...
yureka gives us 267ppi while zf2 gives us 403 ppi...
yureka running on anroid v4.4.2 kitkat and zf2 running on android v5.0 lolipop...
yureka have snapdragon 615 and zf2 have intel atom 35x0...
bigest differance is of ram....
yureka provides 2gb of ram while zf2 has 4gb of ram....
Its amazing for phone users and speed lover 4 GB is enough for recent generation phone and it would be a big achievementfor ASUS becoz they r using the computer level mother board and processor.. i should be a good for every one.....its a bang bang for samsung and sony
Yu Yureka is much better with 1.5 GHZ Octa core processor + CYNOGENMOD + Radio + Removable Battery and its just $150 (INR9000)
Its Really wonderful specification with Good Cost
One disappointing feature is FM is missing
Now a day all mobile users are really start listen to FM Songs
Other than its Nice ASUS Always Make a Best :-)
Sta-ko, 31 Jan 2015I thing it does, but only intel is using hiperthreating and that choeses the huge heating whi... moreHey,2GB ram is enough for 1.83 ghz? i think it is enough...
because my zf5 use hyperthreding with help of some amt. of ram & zf2 don't use hyperlinked process. then it is enough?
Actually that is false. Zenfone 5 doesnt heat up because of hyperthreading instead it heat up of bad soc(android version) design. Android as OS doesnt support hyperthreading at all. Now the heat is coming most of soc or processor tdp design, i think. Once again Android OS doesn't support hyperthreading. It can't recognize. Just google it. But saying that z2580 heat is like saying that exynos 5250 heat. It doesn't mean anything other then those soc ain't perfect in design nothing more.
Punishee, 31 Jan 2015Sweden. *R1* I don't even think that AndroidOS knows or recognize what hyperthreading is. Ot... moreI thing it does, but only intel is using hiperthreating and that choeses the huge heating whit the ZF5
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2015Guys it just beat snapdragon 800 in benchmark score by beating g3 and mi3 hows it possible it ... moreit's possible. nowadays higher clocks doesn't mean quicker n more powerfull, what kind of technology adopted in the device is more meaningful.
I think that this phone is very good business for intel. Its last generation of silvermont for phones and if this phone sells big it would make others choose new airmont goldmont chipset on 14nm for upcoming products. I just hope broxton will be cheap as current z3580
Sta-ko, 30 Jan 2015Wich coutry is that.? Sweden.
I don't even think that AndroidOS knows or recognize what hyperthreading is. Otherwise we wouldn't need that much cores today.
Guys it just beat snapdragon 800 in benchmark score by beating g3 and mi3 hows it possible it has only 1.8 whether 1.8 is more powerful than 2.3