PBJ, 29 Apr 20113.0 Ghz Peanut Butter Jelly chip coming up next.I'd say... Slapdragon.
Peanut Butter Jelly seems too far fetched lol.
Anonymous, 29 Apr 2011Carry an extra battery...
If you're too poor then get a Chinese rip-off.He can also buy this thing if he's a little financially challenged...
It's a great alternative and I heard it got three days of battery life. It looks the same, feels the same, and works pretty much the same. All that for just $102.86 with free shipping!
phone, 28 Apr 2011lets hope that the next nokia n8 successor will get one of these As we all know Nokia, they will probably put a 1.2 GHz single core in the next Camera flagship, maximum 1.0 ghz dual core, don`t expect a chip like this on a Nokia device before end of 2012 or (Hopefully not) after the World ends.
redhotsonic, 28 Apr 2011CPU evolve too quickly. Camera megapixels evolve too quickly. Camera sensors evolve too quic... moreI think there is permanent BAN for battery enhancement. the reason is simple - efficient batteries WILL definitely KILL gasoline engines. in cars, obviously. this is why, and petrol concerns, well, they pays millions of dollars to stop, or just dump down, a battery evolving technology in electronic devices.
I am satisfied with my dual-core N95 8Gb. :) old technology? Nah. Juz anything you want. I dont mind. :))
phone, 28 Apr 2011lets hope that the next nokia n8 successor will get one of these As we all know Nokia, it will be a big surprise if they put a 1.0 GHz dualcore in the next camera flagship. By September,2011 they will be releasing or still announcing the supposed N950 with 1.2 GHz single core while the SGS2 Atrix Optimus2X etc already will be on Market more than 5 months, I`ll probaly get N950, have N900 now, but it`s got to be usable with a elegant hardware(dualcore and good GPU) as they told us, otherwise will try Android as many others are doing now.
dyne, 29 Apr 2011the big issue no one is considering is battery. which goes very quick on these phonesSooner the processor completes its task and returns to its idle state, more battery it saves.
the big issue no one is considering is battery. which goes very quick on these phones
its good that technology is developing, but this will come to an equilibrium. we have to make now new OS and software to utilize this powerful chips to its maximum.
Also mobile companies should be creative and innovative. new technologies have to be incorporated to the devices. at least some are trying with NFC,3D screen etc. normal people don't want camera with 20MP. in such cases we can go for a SLR camera. Also in this technology race price is also increasing so these technologies will not reach to the mass. any thing if you want to be successful it should be reached to the mass.
any way, all the best
soon we'll see a smartphone can be used to replace super computer to challenge 2,850 elo rating chess grand master