Anonymous, 25 Feb 2013The combined sales of HTC, Motorola, Sony and LG could not reach even half the sales of the PL... moreSamsung's cameras are the best, that's probably why. I owned a Note (1) and Galaxy S2 and the still and video quality in all but the lowest light was very little different from my two expensive prosumer cameras, Panasonic GH2 and Sony NEX 5R. I don't know how Samsung do it, because the lenses and sensors are so small, but I imagine they have used some new fangled optical technology to shrink the mechanism. (I'm 100% impartial BTW. My next phone was to be the Nexus 4, but the HTC One tempts thanks to it's stereo microphones that will make video more realistic.) Re these Intel chips, well, it's all about execution! They started well with the excellent well reviewed Motorola RAZRi mid range Android powered by Intel.
PowerVR is actually good also, this thing with Intel's powerful yet power saver CPUs = win
lalaland, 25 Feb 2013great...but 32nm is kinda old... new chips now use 28nm! just a question, could intel jus... moreIn next gen Atom called Bay trail they will use own GPU from Core processors..cant wait for that !
great...but 32nm is kinda old... new chips now use 28nm!
just a question, could intel just use their own GPU instead of using PowerVR? im just wondering if they could use that just like what on the ultrabooks...
The combined sales of HTC, Motorola, Sony and LG could not reach even half the sales of the PLASTIC Samsung. What could be the reason for this? Why people are not willing to buy the glass and metal covered phones? Why are they buying only the PLASTIC Samsung in millions and how did they make Samsung S3 which is made up of a flimsy plastic back cover as the world's no. 1 selling smartphone?