Intel planning to show off more dual-core Android handsets at MWC
3. D_Tech-tive posted on 31 Jan 2013, 22:04 3 0
More chip options will mean more competitiveness between manufacturers.
7. MC1123 posted on 31 Jan 2013, 23:04 2 0
i know right! but i dont know why the brains of people here dont think the same on mobile platform? we'll still see a lot of new platform this year, sailfish, firefox, tizen, open webOS and ubuntu!
the fact that they are all linux-base!
its linux time baby!!!
4. HDShatter posted on 31 Jan 2013, 22:13 0 4
I wonder how these stack up againist an exynos 5 quad core.
5. aokde posted on 31 Jan 2013, 22:34 3 0
Why the hell do you want to see how a low-end processor stacks up against a high-end one O.o
9. MC1123 posted on 31 Jan 2013, 23:06 0 0
but vendors who use intel chips are expensive for its price.. but i do agree about your statement though
8. MC1123 posted on 31 Jan 2013, 23:05 2 3
that exynos 5 is nothing but just a show off and pure commercial, lets see if it can handle snapdragon 800!
6. SuperNexus posted on 31 Jan 2013, 22:35 1 0
Intel chips are quite good too, I am looking forward to it.
10. TylerGrunter posted on 01 Feb 2013, 04:32 1 0
Michael, can you check your article?
As far as I know the Z2580 is the dual core, dual core GPU one.
The Z2420 is single core CPU/ single core GPU cheap Atom.
Or there is now a 5th Atom mobile chip I'm not aware of ?
11. MichaelHeller posted on 01 Feb 2013, 09:52 1 0
Sorry, forgot three crucial words. It should have read that Intel is planning to show off "a new dual-core, dual graphics chip, as well as the Z2420". All fixed now, thanks for the catch!
12. Kal-el posted on 03 Feb 2013, 13:03 0 0
Umm octo is nothing great...innovative none the less but have 4 chips to high performance and another 4 for low.....meaning that chips have no versatility in performance...intel has Hyper-threading which is CRUCIAL for a good integration and Amazing response time and transfer rate between chips-gpu-ram and OS....i have the Note 2 which is quad but i'm guessing the dual core intel will be as performance based as quad if not more...and more battery efficient in standby/low performance .....example i5 core in laptop doesn't run at 3.0ghz the entire time it has that power but...it drops to 1.7-1.8ghz when not needed . So intel lenovo k900 looks extremely promising