i want windows = 10 internal memory 16 gb + external memory up to 32gb + 4g support + double sim +2gb rom +more specificatin +more application +
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2015Yeah, but it also implies that if you have insane amounts of ram (8gigs and up) everything is ... moreBut it you are a pro or power user working with RAM intense applications, then it's a bad thing.
So neither solution is best for all situations.
And in mobie devices, you dont want things that you are not going to use, to preload in to the memory, loading the CPU while doing so, and thus draining the battery.
And even if RAM prices are going down, it's not that cheap yet, so that makers throw in a lot of extra just for the sake of it. It does drive prices up or margins down.
So I would say the windows way is still better today. And will be for a very long time for those users that use RAM intense applications.
heon, 21 Aug 2015Samsung please release Note 5 with Windows 10, is that so hard?It's called "surface phone": http://gadgets.ndtv.com/mobiles/news/microsoft-surface-mobile-specifications-tipped-in-new-leak-730619
It will support pen and run android apps too! (Windows 10 will supposedly support Android apps natively!)
Adi T., 21 Aug 2015Yes, that's how Linux works. And that's the reason why you get lower performance in Linux/Andr... moreYeah, but it also implies that if you have insane amounts of ram (8gigs and up) everything is cached in RAM and you basically have no loading times.
Obviously it's a bad system in low ram situations, but the future seems to be opposite than that (RAM gets cheaper and cheaper). Imagine how fast a 16GB tablet/android phone would be.
Everything would be happening in an instant...
I prefer this because RAM plays a primary role in Linux, while in Windows everything from 8 gigs and up matters less and less (we enter a stage of diminishing retuns). In Linux there is no ceiling, the more you up the ram the better the performance ... simple as that (and eventually you reach insane performance, have you ever worked on a 32gb linux machine? It's like out of this world...)
Core M won't function in a 6mm thin body, end of story, rumor dead, even if I REALLY wish it was true, the best possibility is this is gauging interest by leaking hypothetical info, and then downgrading the specs to technically possible levels, even if it means just slightly more thickness and/or putting an Atom and lowering the resolution to 1080P/max 2K.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2015It's not a good thing ... "Less Ram used" is unused Ram ...
There is a reason wh... moreYes, that's how Linux works. And that's the reason why you get lower performance in Linux/Android than you get with Windows. When you open a new app, guess what: the system needs to clear parts of the RAM cache and "give it" to the app.
For eg., if you want an Android device to run without a hiccup (no lag, no restarts, no app crashes) that device should have more RAM than storage. That's why Android lags on 4 GB of RAM, while Windows manages to run better than Android, even on 1 GB of RAM.
Lawnmowerman, 21 Aug 2015Sign me up! I love windows tablets. I much prefer them over Android tablets because you can d... moreThey already exist, they called ultrabooks (and netbooks before them).
Without touch optimized apps Windows "tablets" are a form of laptop. They are used as laptops (desktop apps mostly), they're thought as laptops.
What *may* have changed now is Nadella's promise for native Android-app support on Windows, if that happens it would be for the best. Both Desktop and tablet use side by side...
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2015My laptop only used 1.7gb ram out of 4gb. So, I can conclude that windows used way more less r... moreIt's not a good thing ... "Less Ram used" is unused Ram ...
There is a reason why android/linux uses all available ram. It's called disk caching and actually makes Ram participant in the device's performance (unlike in -say- Windows, where Ram is strictly used for things you -currently- use...)
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2015No one can defeat laptops offered by Apple, Lenovo. Samsung tried but was bruised.Lenovo? Those guys make budget devices. They are below Asus, Dell, HP, etc. in terms of product quality.
Lenovo is just another Acer. (cheap)
Lawnmowerman, 21 Aug 2015Sign me up! I love windows tablets. I much prefer them over Android tablets because you can d... moreI have a Z Ultra running lollipop,it would be magical to instead have full blow windows 10 on it with calling capability!!
aceofgenerations, 21 Aug 2015Is an Intel Core M processor fast enough to do medium to heavy tasks?Well, suitable for heavier tasks then any Andriod or iOS tablet out there, that's for sure.
Not great for 3D modelling or video-editing, I guess. Should still be doable, but definately not optimal.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2015No one can defeat laptops offered by Apple, Lenovo. Samsung tried but was bruised.Samsung actually makes one of the best laptops, with premium materials. Here in Australia, people will chose Samsung over Lenovo or any other brand its just Samsung laptops are expensive. It's just Apple that's hard to beat, but if you prefer Windows then Apple loses.
aceofgenerations, 21 Aug 2015Is an Intel Core M processor fast enough to do medium to heavy tasks?Own a fifth gen i5 m processor, and the quick answer is no. Light - medium at most.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2015they should made it dual boot, Windows + androidDual boot? Crazy. The 32gb version of normal samsung smartphone took 16gb of system memory. Dual boot will take over 25gb of those and you are left with 7gb user available.