IT mate, 10 Jul 2013I wonder that android based handsets have almost everything that is supported by heavy duty de... moreWell, it is possible. See here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1977387
I wonder that android based handsets have almost everything that is supported by heavy duty desktop and laptop computers, however why have they not been still made to run CD or DVD drives.
Hoping for HIGH performance with LOW power consumption. I guess that is what everyone is hoping for, regardless of the architecture.
what are the implications relative to the Desktop, will this be a life line or a choke hold
Anonymous, 10 Jul 2013Yes it is a year old, but the fact is the comparison from Intel to ARM at the time demonstrate... moreI'm sorry but Antutu IS a third party benchmark test and has its own database so it's not like you can fake/photoshop it like (remember the Xiaomi Mi-3 85000 Antutu flop?).
Anonymous, 10 Jul 2013Yes it is a year old, but the fact is the comparison from Intel to ARM at the time demonstrate... moreWhat are you talking about. This isn't a full blown x86 architecture we're talking about. This is the Atom, although it still uses x86 instruction se, it is the same architecture that runs inside the Motorola Razr i, Lg K900 etc etc only that your one and a half year old reference is a Medfield generation. Its like you're comparing Snapdragon S1 to a Snapdragon 800. That's what a year and a half would do, they advances and significantly more than Moore's Law expected, and that's why I chose to 'overlook' on your year and a half old reference.
Baytrail is a mobile computing chipset, designed for mobile phones and tablet, and Intel has been doing a lot of testing on it, and they aren't stupid enough to increase the TDP just to blow a benchmark away. Plus it's running at a 'measly' 1.1 Ghz although it is a quad core processor. Now what I'm saying is just imagine if a 1.1Ghz Baytrail produces 43000 on Antutu (SX Ultra with 2.3Ghz only 34000), imagine the power efficentcy it has while maintaining its heap advantage over raw processing power. Efficiency.
Samarth 808 user., 10 Jul 2013Obvious side (or positive?) effect of competition.
Some days ago we saw how that even Galax... moreThat's a very ignorant, uninformed comment.
See, most chipset manufactures embed ARM cores onto their chips or license the instruction set code.
Anonymous, 10 Jul 2013the mobile processors are heading in the same direction as desktop ones. At one a time intel t... moreActually improving the existing architecture would be better, reducing the transistor count, increasing clock speed and then worry about multiple cores..
I'd love to see a dual core 20nm clocked at 3ghz limit it to quad... (anything more than a dual core, is completely useless to anyone except Developers who require good number crunching, server side capabilities..
The majority of users here would not know the difference between dual core 3ghz and an 8core processor in terms of games and internet processing - look at all the benchmarking tools, you'll always have a bottleneck somewhere else that limits the device in some way...
anon4321, 10 Jul 2013ARM will be insignificant by 2014Is that so? What, in your opinion with replace it?
LazyGeek, 10 Jul 2013No! All three devices are most likely are going to use exact same processor: Snapdragon 800. S... moreIf you cannot properly read a post and or what it is in reply to then please refrain from replying
yawn! either double your processor speeds or stop going on about minor improvements
Anonymous, 10 Jul 2013Note 3 will suck for sure, Sony Honami, HTC T2 will beat the crap out of it! Reply ... moreNo! All three devices are most likely are going to use exact same processor: Snapdragon 800. Samsung is going to use its muscle( of manufacturing components), and provide slightly better specs at the same price of other devices.
Samarth 808 user., 10 Jul 2013Obvious side (or positive?) effect of competition. Some days ago we saw how that even Galax... moreQualcomm uses ARM's refernce Architecture. There are only two Processor Architectures in the market: 1) x86 2) ARM
Obvious side (or positive?) effect of competition.
Some days ago we saw how that even Galaxy S4 is left behind in competition by Sony Xperia Z Ultra.
And wait, an unknown device running on Intel BayTrail Processors knocked all of them out with almost 30% better scores than Xperia Z Ultra.
Obviously ARM can't sit and watch Qualcomm & Intel suck their market share...
Anonymous, 10 Jul 2013That's not trolling. That's just an opinion. Everything technically is some form of opinion.
That however is just bashing.
I'm done here