ssbatman21, 30 May 2016no it isn't ..... kyro has been very successful for qualcomm so its very likely gonna use nex... moreYou know what's great? Responding to comments, like yours, and demonstrating why arrogance is such a bad thing.
Helio x30 should use Mali G71, maybe instead of MP4, it should use MP8-MP16.
funkboy, 31 May 2016would love to see a MediaTek version of this 2x A73 + 4x A53 concept. should really be a pric... moreI would like to see that as well.
But they can't compete with everybody else starting from big.LITTTLE architecture(look at Helio X10: it's not that efficient as they would claim). Which is why their Helio X20 shied away from that arch and landed on a 3-fold platform called as 'big.Medium.LITTLE' with an emphasis on 'articulate gear shifting' efficiency.
The reason, as some would infer, is that Snapdragons, Exynos, and Kirins managed to put great effort in securing their CPU software tweaks(even an overhaul) within aside from SoC as a whole. But with great effort comes with great time and money spent. Which is of course threatened Mediatek's great-but-still-cheap campaign.
So, yeah, there's little chance we'd see that 2 a72 + 4 a53 config from them.
AnonD-523334, 01 Jun 2016But Bro, a35 doesn't exist. I don't know what a35 u r talking about. It depends on how you define "exist"
1. If you mean exists as a smartphone product, there's none of course. It will be shipped by the year's end. There's an SoC though, the upcoming Mediatek Helio X30.
2. If you mean exists as an a35 core itself, then I suppose that it's your first time hearing it. ARM introduced this core last November of 2015.
If you are not convinced, type a35 on your search engine.
Adiyel, 31 May 2016A53s likely successor, but not truly, will be the A35. More efficient, and much smaller. ipc f... moreIt is not even released and u r delivering details about it. U must have read it on some crappy site which don't even know Mobile trends. There are many sites like that which "launch" laughable rumours. I'm not blaming you. And it is simply logical and also proved by qualcomm track record that successor to a53s will be a higher number than a53. And it will be more efficient and smaller die doesn't mean model no. Will decrease.
would love to see a MediaTek version of this 2x A73 + 4x A53 concept. should really be a price/performance sweet spot.
They should have named it a75 or 77 because since the popular pair of a53 and a57, 3 is considered as efficient while 7 is performance. A75 would be better as it is an incremental upgrade.
Very detailed technical discussions... But all they want to say is it'll be more efficient and thus allow for higher clock speed aka performance, choose yourself if you want efficiency at same clock speed or same power usage at higher clock speed.
But more importantly, where is the successor to a53s? A57 updated to 72 then 73 but a53 never. It is time for a61.
LOL i too have a Quadcore cortex a5(SD200) on my HTC Desire 500(old phone). :P
Adiyel, 31 May 2016A53s likely successor, but not truly, will be the A35. More efficient, and much smaller. ipc f... moreI hope that this will not be the case.
The surprise came from the fact that a35 is almost on par with a53's caliber while having significantly low power usage. That and the fact that it is initially designed for wearables (smartwatches).
The a53 stayed longer(and longer) because it has been a good boy, but its room to evolve is taking the hit. I think ARM's codename 'Ananke' is the rumored successor to the a53 core.
AnonD-541274, 30 May 20166-core should have been the norm last year if not for that big-a$$ a72. And although a53 is su... moreA53s likely successor, but not truly, will be the A35. More efficient, and much smaller. ipc for ipc, it uses less power than the A53, and at the same power use it can (if not clocked too high) out perform the A53. I may wait until we start seeing these archs in phones before I upgrade, honestly
AnonD-467869, 30 May 2016Maybe you weren't paying attention, but they're not leaving mobile - they just discontinued th... moreI think their attempt to get into an arena they clearly had no place was their undoing.
Intel is good at squashing the competition and then monopolise the market. In true duopolies or in markets that many players competed they never did too well. For example their SSDs are great but are handily disposed by Samsung SSDs. Similar with Qualcomm modems, they make a fool out of Intel's modem despite the years of RnD and money that Intel threw.
Lastly it was expected to lose in mobiles because the apps there can also run on ARM SoCs into which they have no stake. They are a loser company that thrive in markets that they practically monopolise. For example when AMD started taking the upper hand in mid 00s Intel *payed* OEMs to use their chips. Once they threw AMD out of the game due to the low sales which lead to them selling their foundries, they proceeded into milking the PC market.
Believing into their own propaganda, I. E. that they are a talented company that can do well even in the face of competition undid them. Somebody in there should had said "that's good stuff for shareholders, but let's be real, we suck, better bully ourselves into a new market instead of trying to compete".
Anonymous, 30 May 2016Hard to take anything from them seriously tho, they have an agenda, they manage to put apple t... moreHow about that?
vasra, 30 May 2016@android modder Maybe you weren't paying attention, but Intel just exited the mobile SoC ma... moreMaybe you weren't paying attention, but they're not leaving mobile - they just discontinued the Broxton line for phones and tablets, along with some of their 3G and 4G modems. No decisions have been made on Atom. Apollo Lake will be rebranded to Pentium and Celeron. They also seem to be doubling down on mobile modems, which could be integrated into other SoCs in the future. And lastly, they've been quoted as "remaining committed to Android".
AnonD-137201, 30 May 2016And apparently they will die young...
http://www.theverge.com/2016/5/3/11576216/intel-atom-... moreHard to take anything from them seriously tho, they have an agenda, they manage to put apple twice before samsung( once hinting at apple manufacturing its own chip as credence.)
Sneak it an attack at samsung again, citing bada as an excuse, and I followed their story on s7 batman edition, to find, after samsung have deposed apple in the smartphone world, some berk ,sites, " in typically ludicrous samsung style". At least they didn't name their phone pathetically "i" phone. They must be controlled by apple like engadget, and lets face it, you could not take any serious leading from there either, remember their cumupance with the galaxy note.
AnonD-448401, 30 May 2016yes there is.intel has their own.yuou know that x86 and 64 bit ones they make for pcs but they... moreIntel discontinued Atom in smartphone SoCs but still exist elsewhere like Pentium and Celeron(though hardly competing) . And it has an awful mixed-bag results when compared to ARM's. Their domain is really in PC and laptops.