useless,i preffer to use intel cpu in windows pc,android is good only for internet,same as iphone and other shitty os,xp and 7 are best for everything,cellphones are convinient for calls and internet only no need to take them further,i dont like to charge my battery every day either and every singe generation of SOC,cpu and so on get more energy efficien and still phone battery lasts barely a day
First phone with this new tech will be the Kirin 970 which will be included in the Huawei Mate 10
Welldone for your new research but please let it come faster. I like phones with your CPU and GPU.
Anonymous, 29 May 2017The best thing I read was "2x single threaded performance" and when Qualcomm finally starts to... moreNope, it's almost ZERO percent ANY phone manufacturers will use a SoC with Cortex A75 for their low-end products which only generates small profit margins.
FYI, Cortex A7x are ARM flagship core, similar to Intel Core i7, that's why it's IMPOSSIBLE company like HiSilicon, MediaTek, Samsung, or even Qualcomm will bother to try to make a "flagship-grade" affordable SoC (licencing fee of flagship Cortex cores, especially the latest one is damn expensive!)
This is why Qualcomm & MediaTek resorted to using Cortex A72 for their "flagship-grade" affordable SoC (aka mid-range SoC). Cortex A72 is previous generation Cortex flagship, therefore licencing fees for it is somewhat cheaper than A73.
The new Snapdragon 660 Kyro 260 custom cores is said to be using Cortex A72 as its base for the 'big' cores and custom A53 for the 'LITTLE' CORES, that's why the performance improvement on SD660 over SD653 is only 20 percent, thanks to its 14nm fabrication which allows custom Cortex A72 to be hi-clocked safely without thermal issue like SD808/810/615 had.
My prediction are:
-) Cortex A73 will replace A72 for the next mid-range SoC, in tandem with Cortex A55 (if ARM could really released it to public this year). A73 is more stable than A72 in terms of thermal issue, so it'll be the perfect cores for mid-range SoC.
-) Cortex A53 will still largely used to replace the aging Cortex A7 which STILL be used by QC, Spreadtrum, and other fabless companies who produce cheap low-end SoC (Snapdragon 2xx still use Cortex A7!). A53 performance is still adequate enough for powering low-end SoC which favor energy efficiency more than performance
Anonymous, 29 May 2017And iPhone 6s will still be faster lelAnd Android has more battery life with 8 Core lel
RishabhSharma, 29 May 2017I only want good performing phones with replaceable batteries. So every time my battery screw ... moreWhat do you even do with phones! Even with charge n play all my phones have original batteries.
PRNS, 29 May 2017that bar so confuse me, 1.24x same as 24% but seem like 240% 1.24x = 124/100 = 124%
Anonymous, 29 May 2017And iPhone 6s will still be faster lelActually no, A75 should be faster than the CPU from iPhone 6s, A75 should score about 2500 in Geekbench single-core(vs 6s's 2300) if the numbers shown are true. But, it will still be slower in single-score than iPhone 7.
In November, Huawei Mate 10 will be released with Kirin 965 SOC, which will have 4xA75 big cores and 4xA55 LITTLE cores, crushing the Kryo 280s(A73 a bit modified) from Snapdragons 835 by about 33%.(Geekbench)
Duke of Elsewhere , 29 May 2017Improved or new battery technology anyone ? There's a few in the pipeline. It's all R&D at this point. Zinc could be the next thing. No chemical reaction so much safer. And they developed a tech to easily recharge.
Anonymous, 29 May 2017The best thing I read was "2x single threaded performance" and when Qualcomm finally starts to... moreYou are expecting a bit much.. The OEMs/Chip makers dont built chip with atleast one fastest core built into low/low-mid-range models as they wanted to differentiate their series of chips - Low/Mid/Flagship range of SOCs.
Duke of Elsewhere , 29 May 2017Improved or new battery technology anyone ? I am also waiting for something revolutionary