Snapdragon 1.2GHz dual-core processor now being shipped by Qualcomm
1. oddmanout (Posts: 434; Member since: 22 May 2009)
as if the 1 ghz wasnt enough. but where would we be without improvement.
2. vinsterdamus (Posts: 58; Member since: 20 Feb 2010)
most important 1ghz+ with better battery life. that is the biggest improvement here. what do they mean by together 1.2ghz? 2 times 600 is 1200 but still 600mhz x2 so what is it?
4. sinfulta (Posts: 266; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)
He dual core processor is just like the current Snapdragon. It will scale (use only the power needed. Example: App needs 700mhz power, it will only use that much). So it will be 1.2Ghz dual core, so acting as 2 - 1.2Ghz processor's. They're will eventually be a 1.4/1.6Ghz dual core as well. I work for Qualcomm as mentioned before. HTC and Samsung are the only companies we have orders for at the moment.
7. Jorell Dye (unregistered)
Do you know when HTC will release a phone with this lovely thing in it?
3. mdw92581 (Posts: 131; Member since: 25 Feb 2010)
in 6 months T-mobile will have the first 1.2GHz Dual Core HSPA+ phone out... Hopefully it will be Android. Who am I kidding? I WILL be an HTC Android!
5. zerglisk (Posts: 544; Member since: 09 Feb 2010)
Notice 3 out of 4 power smartphones this article mentions are HTC! GO HTC~ Also, 3 out of 4 are android!!! I do wanna see a WP7 1.2 Dual Core smartphone from HTC line-up though~!!
6. mdw92581 (Posts: 131; Member since: 25 Feb 2010)
Sprint Advertised the CRAP out of 4G whild Tmo is saying nothing about HSPA+ (Faster fast internet) really. Hopefully they are working on a Dual Core super Android phone to go head to head with Sprints EVO & ATT's iPhone 4G & VZW's killer growing line up of Super Droid phones. Tmo is the only company that can even be in the same league with Sprint right now Data wise so they better come wit it before the end of the summer other wise the subscribers will keep jumping ship to get the fastest phone on the market. HTC Vision HSPA+ please!
8. thunder (unregistered)
So has anyone thought of installing a faster processor into a phone. Like placing dual core or a 1.3GHz into the HTC thunderbolt? It has the 1GHz in it. I understand placing a new processor would majorly drain battery if its not placed in correctly, but what if you also changed the battery in the phone? as in used a whole different battery. Any ideas on the outcome? Should work shouldnt it?