stox, 08 Nov 2011Why can't they make a high-end phone, CPU wise, with a normal-phone-size screen?!?!?! Wtf? A... moreWell there is one nice LG phone that is way smaller than other dual-core phones. It is called Optimus EX. Unfortunately it is only for Korean market. it would be a cool phone. It has 1.2 GHz tegra 2 chipset with 1GB of ram.
Dualcore..., quadcore..., then the upcoming 1000core cpu!
i bet samsung would duplicated this phone LOL
i'm confused of which to buy
My laptop is Quadcore 2.7GHz with 6GB DDR3 RAM and is no faster in everyday use than my wifes core2 duo 2GHz 4GB DDR2 RAM.So unless i start gaming OR more importantly find apps which uses all 4 cores then this phone is absolutly no better than a single core smartfone.
Ask yourselves when the sgs2 uses its dual core ?,because i cant find much evidence.So asking about quadcore seems futile...
AnonD-29581, 08 Nov 2011Wrong! The whole point of the Tegra 3 is to save power. You have 4 cores, yes, but only 2 wi... moreSorry but what's the use of four cores if they cant work together? I mean the two heavy-weight cores can handle all the stuff including relatively light operations such as making phone calls then why quad core will use only two cores at any given time. please justify your answer. thanks
I don't understand people saying this phone is ugly.
I think it looks classy and well built, unlike those other plasticy samsung or se phones.
whats the point...android current game still cannot match apple games...
Advice for HTC, 08 Nov 2011Don't forget improve to Nokia N8 camera lens quality. Otherwise for majority photo lovers this... moreYou did not mentioned some 16 MP CCD camera Sharp phones. Why not??? :P
HTC don't really care about camera. They care about the UI, screen, CPU, Ram, etc.
My next phone :)
Akshay, 08 Nov 2011First of all, quad core for a smartphone makes no sense. It will suck all juice from the batte... moreWrong! The whole point of the Tegra 3 is to save power. You have 4 cores, yes, but only 2 will be active at any one time - 2 low power cores to take care of the mundane stuff like making phone calls, flicking through pictures, etc. and 2 'turbo' cores for the HD stuff and other more intensive tasks.
That looks awesome!
AnonD-29551, 08 Nov 2011probely we gonna see the first hexa core cellphone.I think octa-core would be the next one.
@Akshay Point of havein quad-core is to achive higher performance with a lot more juice
And so, even HTC turned into same douche as Samsung. New phone every 3 days. Kind of ruins the point of buying one, because after 3 days, it will be already obsolete. How hard can it be to release 5-6 phones and sell those for a while?
hmmm. HTC don't know how to make their phone look good but at least they have tried their best.
Samsung? Errr, just simply a copycat! Tsss.
whats the use? dual cores can satisfy our hunger for power... now this? even some single cores can almost satisfy consumers...
If it can't hold a day of battery life, its useless to me