Looks like none of devices was released with this chipset, maybe was just marketing show off
Anonymous, 03 Jun 2009what a perfect set of arms, ive always wanted a phone with a pair of arms to hug me at nightnow thats creepy....
Perfect for the new category of computers Smartbooks, perhaps not even intended for use in a mobile phone.
what a perfect set of arms, ive always wanted a phone with a pair of arms to hug me at night
Anonymous, 01 Jun 2009but a great phone (like Xperia X2) and a great OS (like WM 7) with a great Qualcomm CPU (Snapd... morex2 has snapdragon but with WM 6.5 which is also very good wait and watch its gonna in next big announcement from Sony Ericsson the greatest of all
Anonymous, 02 Jun 2009You have no idea. Nokia's are the slowest phones on the market mate, and consistantly are pron... moreLol symbian is speically made for mobile phones man same with the BB OS..why do you think most people use BB or symbian S60 cause the phones can handle it
i have a E70 and i never had a problem till it was run over by a car and the screen cracked
No lag,No freezing up,No sluggish preformance nothing until it was run over
so if a 4 year old phone with ARM7 CPU at 200Mhz or so can be fast then your a sad person that don't know about speed
Anonymous, 02 Jun 2009You'll be lucky if your battery lasts 1 dayyeah i have a Q9h and i am lucky if i get 5 or 6 hours out of it and when i said have i meant had since saturday the phone turns on and only goes to the welcome screen 1 and sometines the 2nd one but never into the phone and all my iportnant files are on it can you help me because if you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org i juts bought a blackberry 8800 and i will have that by friday but i still need all the files on the phone the moral of the story is always store on a memory card aswell
This is it, man. 1.3GHz is really the top of the line.
I don't think that any multimedia phone will surpass the 2.0GHz, unless it is a Netbook. The most a multimedia phone will get is something well below 2.0GHz with a multi-core due to energy consumption restriction.
If a 1GHz is supposed to consume what is is. A 30% more efficient consumption energy of 1GHz will equal be to a 700MHz chip consumption. For a 1.3GHz chip to have a theoretical consumption of an existing 700MHz is a major leap!!! I am for it.
ah~~this is a big step forward~~~cant wait to see the first few devices carrying it~~
Mizuchi, 01 Jun 2009You didn't see what happened to the Omnia HD 600Mhz was weak for the phone samsung phones can'... moreYou have no idea. Nokia's are the slowest phones on the market mate, and consistantly are prone to crashing and a number of problems. Symbian, WM are both poor platforms as they are not efficient enough. The best OS is still mac (havent used the web os from pre yet mind you) and really, to optimize this sort of power from a chipset, then a good os like that is required. And just so you know, N96 is the worst phone for faults recently, so believe me N97 will be no better...
i guess were about to see the integration of net books and mobile phones.. Windows XP or Windows 7 might soon be our mobile phone's OS.. Cheers..
THE new chip is using less power ,,but anyway with this type clock speed with decent ran surly must cure the lag problem in smartfones..If it does not make much difference say to a 850mhz pressure then all your doing is flattening the battery..THE samsung d600/900 used a 104mhz chip but the u600 went even slimmer with a smaller battery but still obtained the same battery time near ehuf as the d900..What they did was use an 84mhz clock speed..Why say this??Well imagine what 1.3ghz will do at 13-14 times the speed of the 84mhz speed ??