vicky, 04 Feb 2015there is no phone with mali t760 mp 16 gpu,. then y arm introduced mali t880 gpu? Lenovo a7000 having T760 gpu
Ale, 04 Feb 2015Doubtful, all of Qualcomms efforts are invested in producing the ‘Taipan’ custom core which i... moreTaipan was cancelled ages ago. Because- it was 32-bit only and manufacturers thought (i don't know rightly or wrongly) that 64-bit is unignorable. Hence, because of pressure Qualcomm cancelled the successor to Krait and now we will directly get Taipan's successor- Kryo (Cryo probably infers Cold), which will be introduced with SD 820 early next year.
3.5x faster than A15, lets see then, 3.5 x 0 = 0. So we have another design that is great for benchmarks but cant even run simple games without dropped frames, im so impressed...
Just read about all those who got fooled by Galaxy Tab S, or better yet, TRY a Tab S (i did, iPad 2 is a purebred racer in comparison) and behold what the big.little can, or cannot, do. Reality is that the powerful cores only wakes up during benchmarks, the rest of the time you are stuck with entrylevel A7 or A53 performance.
All hopes for future CPU performance on non-iOS devices hangs on Qualcomm now, on 64bit performance Apple is far ahead with both A7 and A8, not to mention A9 and A9X. Until Qualcomm comes around S805 will remain the fastest real-life SoC for Android and WP, for those of us who dosnt run antutu all day that is.
Anonymous, 04 Feb 2015Wow, that's unexpected, and nice. Hope Qualcomm modifies this core.Doubtful, all of Qualcomms efforts are invested in producing the ‘Taipan’ custom core which is I believe is based on the Cortex A57.
If previous examples like Scorpion (A8) / Krait (A15) are anything to go by, then ‘Taipan’ will become the Qualcomm workhorse core for the next couple of years.
Qualcomm will most likely just iterate on Taipan like they did with Krait (200, 300, 400, 450 etc.) to keep pace with the competition.
Why they just can't name it A58. In 5 generations there will be A5237 core. WTF ARM
Wow, that's unexpected, and nice. Hope Qualcomm modifies this core.
With that kind of power it can't be long before ARM also moves inside the PC.
they will ship it in 2016 when intel 14nm cherry trail already shipped.
in 2016 intel ready for next 10nm architecture and this arm just left far behind.
AnonD-356176, 04 Feb 2015Even with these updates I will be sticking to 720p(better berformance do not push you to higher resolutions...
AnonD-229512, 04 Feb 2015mediatek, hisilicon, rockchip where the hell is exynos??From original article on ARM website: "More than ten partners, including HiSilicon, MediaTek and Rockchip, have already licensed the Cortex-A72 processor"
AnonD-229512, 04 Feb 2015mediatek, hisilicon, rockchip where the hell is exynos??samsung developing its own gpu.....
there is no phone with mali t760 mp 16 gpu,. then y arm introduced mali t880 gpu?
mediatek, hisilicon, rockchip
where the hell is exynos??
It is simply superb worth waiting.
Even with these updates I will be sticking to 720p(
This will be a tough year for ARM in the tablet space with Intel 14nm Broadwell and Cherrytrail and aggressive pricing. Next year Intel 10nm will encroach on ARM's dominance in mobile handset so glad to see ARM's unrelenting push for performance and efficiency.
Efficiency, Efficiency, Efficiency
You have to notice the power gain mostly comes from moving to 16nm (from 28nm) and with FinFETs
So power/perf is not increasing at all
That makes me think it's largely a larger core rather than improved IPC
AnonD-1385, 04 Feb 2015Intense heat may build up in the devices which uses this new chipset regardless of what they say.Probably not. Better power efficiency generally means less heat build up.