3 Ghz ARM processors will be 30% faster and 25% less power consuming? Well, if those devices which are going to be powered by this processor, seriously need a 10,000 mAh battery to last a day and most importantly, a cooling system which will let users cool the phone every time it heats up.. Google can instead make their Android OS fully optimized on a dual core processor, and all the apps compatible with it, then maybe it'd be as stable as iOS or Windows phone 8.
anything more than that is just for bragging and won't really serve an actual purpose any better than one of the above
AnonD-43136, 09 Jul 2013Whats the point? My dualcore 1,5ghz phone handles everything fine!By the time this type of chipset will be embedded on these phones, they'll be using 8Gig Ram with 250G internal memory! Camera pixels will be way above the 41mp range probably 50mp!! ="D
and they are still far far behind Intel's lead. 3Ghz? Intel's gonna smoke them yet again with just 1.1Ghz Baytrail and that's gonna be a year old by then. ARM should learn from history of the Battle of the Clockspeed between Intel and AMD and see why Intel's chosen to clock their's at lower speed each and every new generation they have. Efficiency.
AnonD-78094, 09 Jul 2013This evolution in technology makes me think again if i would buy the latest technology around.... morequite true. so, what i do is decide what is sufficient for me rather than going for the latest. 1.5ghz dual core krait with adreno 220 seems to cut the deal for me.
alternatively 1.2ghz quad core a7 with powersgx 5xt is also a good one in the same price range. add in a 250 ppi+ display of say 4 inches and 1 gb ram and you are good to go for at least two years. anything more than that is just for bragging and won't really serve an actual purpose any better than one of the above.
WHY? i got galaxy s4 and underclaocked it to 1ghz (octa core ) and it still run mc4 freaking smooth!
I'm waiting for AMD semi-custom 8 core APU in phone, then I can download emulator for PlayStation and Xbox.
Whats the point? My dualcore 1,5ghz phone handles everything fine!
This evolution in technology makes me think again if i would buy the latest technology around. because by a month or a year later it would be a waste to have one.