DireWolf, 18 Sep 2012Wow, it takes a 2000 mAh battery to make the phone withstand for a single day... sadly, batter... moreThat's because at that time you don't spend time staring at the phone all the time, if you get no calls or SMS, the phone is probably lying there untouched the entire day.
I'm very interested in intel mobile processors performance aganist ARM based processors
Wow, Razr i powered by Intel CPU. I am really very eager to see the benchmark results. Hyper Threading reminds me the days of Pentium 4 computers.
2GHz on a phone? wow? for what? faster response time on a heavy UI ? a better HD experience in a smaller screen, compared to laptop or pc that is. how useful. how hot will it be, or maybe because "tech improvement" the heat will "magically" disappear (maybe there will be some sort of limitation, 2GHz potential, 1GHz in use only ,"secretly", I don't know, I'm just guessing, not everyone understand programmings, including me )
btw, waiting for a quad core 2++GHz thin phone, I'm interested by how "hot" will it be
Wow, it takes a 2000 mAh battery to make the phone withstand for a single day... sadly, batteries appear to be the branch of phone technology that evolves the slowest. I remember when a 650 mAh battery could power a phone for 5 days!
I can't help being a bit skeptic about this atom processor. How will a 2 GHz processor do compared to a 1.5 GHz dual core in the aspects of battery life and performance. And what will be the implications on pricing? The Razr M was priced extremely competitive in the US, but will this intel processor ruin that for the Razr i?
But the phone is still extremely appealing, with superb build quality and a nice screen in a compact device. Hope the choice of an intel processor wont prevent the Razr i from becoming my next phone!
YUS! Intel chipset on mobile phones! 2ghz single core ftw! Can't wait for benchies and how it fare to the dualcore/quadcore chips out there.
Hope that CPU can be used on the new Windows 8 phone
with the NT core.
dual core 22nm versions late next year will rock
Intel have been f'king around, about time they
sorted their sh4t out and showed why they have the best manufacturing fabs and volume production.