If in mid range phone segment, system with 1-2gb RAM using a 64bit architecture will not benefit much i guess.
I'm not IT genius, but as i know, for x64 PC system, 64bit OS will use more RAM than 32bit OS system when running in same amount of softwares.
Correct me if im wrong. Cost effective, adequate performance and low power consumption will be more valid.
AnonD-232646, 11 Feb 2014This Cortex and ARM naming convention is really confusing for a new person like me.
They sho... moreIt is quite clear that the performance is A17>15>12>9>8>7>5 in general.
A17 will be mid-range processor "in 2015" as the flagship models will be using 64-bit processors.
Cortex-17 is a slightly modification of cortex-A12. It should consume smaller power compare to cortex-A15.
This is some performance compare :
Cortex-A5 1.57 DMIPS/Mhz
Cortex-A7 1.9 DMIPS/Mhz
Cortex-A8 2.0 DMIPS/Mhz
Cortex-A9 2.5 DMIPS/Mhz
Cortex-A53 2.3 DMIPS/MHz -> 64bit Cortex-A7 successor
Cortex-A12 3.0 DMIPS/MHz
Cortex-A17 3.1-3.3 DMIPS/MHz ??assume??
Cortex-A15 3.5-4.0 DMIPS/MHz
Cortex-A57 4.1-4.7 DMIPS/MHz -> 64bit Cortex-A15 successor
For a mid range phone this is a awesome chip that will support nearly any game or app out at the moment , u cant want the best from a midrange chipset , take in mind the chipset from the xperia sp 1.7ghz krait with only 1gb ram with a andreno 320 is capable of any app on the market and multitasking and that was a midrange chipset. For all those with negative comments keep in mind this isn't designed to be a powerhouse its made to bring a low cost chipset with adequate performance
Sesto, 11 Feb 2014Too LITTLE, Too LATE !!!
By 2015, EVERY SoC should be based on Arm v8 (Cortex A57-Cortex A5... more
Indeed 64-bit ARMv8 is not needed now, as :
1. ARMv7 supports LPAE to address up to 1TB RAM.
2. 64-bit apps will not be common in the near future (As we all know many Windows Apps are still 32-bit although x86-64 CPUs are rolled out many years ago.
3. A53 has less computing power than A9 (or above), and A57 is sth like A15 which has a poor power efficiency.
This Cortex and ARM naming convention is really confusing for a new person like me.
They should use simple naming from Intel.. easier to understand which one is entry mid and high end product level..or at least something like Intel ARK ..like CPU encyclopedia
Too LITTLE, Too LATE !!!
By 2015, EVERY SoC should be based on Arm v8 (Cortex A57-Cortex A53)...
Cortex A1x (Arm v7) is OLD OLD tech by now...
AnonD-232568, 11 Feb 2014Hello Just wouldn't use it i much prefer snapdragon chipsets. Adreno GPU is just far superi... moreIt took Adreno a while to catch up in GPu...And 330 is no where near the most powerful.
[deleted post]Apparently you don't...And if you almost get lucky...they laugh when they see what they are working with...I mean who wouldn't?
From the logical thought that you are commenting like that here the above could only be fact...In your logic.
60% over A9 is still way below modern Krait. And obviously it's going to come out so late. No point to this architecture unless it's more energy efficient than Krait which I highly doubt.
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2014Mali t720 in a midrange?? They are not even in flagships yet. We are still at a point where th... moreYes but by the time the mid range are T720 the high end ones will be on T760 you have to understand this will take a year plus to get to market and by which point all high end phones will be using 64-bit! Hence the "midrange"-ness
Just wouldn't use it i much prefer snapdragon chipsets.
Adreno GPU is just far superior in every way especially the 330 which is just insane yeah the new architecture is impressive but its not supporting the greatest hardware so who cares
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2014Mali t720 in a midrange?? They are not even in flagships yet. We are still at a point where th... moreOk. I see it's an improved low end GPU.
What is with this confusing name scheme. Cortex A17 and mali t720 sounds like a HUGE upgrade from Cortex a15 and mali t678.
But it is just good mid range stuff.
Mali t720 in a midrange?? They are not even in flagships yet. We are still at a point where the T678 would be a powerful flagship GPU
Samsung Exynos only uses T628 I think.