Samsung Announces New Exynos for Alternate Galaxy S5

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WebsWalker

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great! 4 & 4 cores to drain even more the battery... this should be in a tablet to take advantage of real battery. But in a phone? To me it's almost non-sense to do so...And on another hand, ARM and RISC is designed for low computation not advanced one. People should realise that there is another architecture, x86 has been designed for that purpose. In coming years it will become more and more obvious as the smartphone are catching up with computers for the general purpose tasks...
 

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That's what I call innovation. Slightly bumping the clock speed must have taken a marvel of engineering.

Compared to the A7 these processors are lame. They better come up with something in the next 6 months. The A8 will be out then, and if Apple continues with their stretch of doubling performance each year Samsung and Qualcomm are going to be way behind.
 

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A little research would show you that EVERY phone maker doubles speed with each new phone. Now crawl back under your iRock.
A little research would tell you that Apple's A7 is the worlds most advanced ARM processor. By a mile.
 

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A little research would show you that EVERY phone maker doubles speed with each new phone. Now crawl back under your iRock.
A little research would tell you that Apple's A7 is the worlds most advanced ARM processor. By a mile.
deflecting huh? changing the subject huh? still wrong!
@SlipperWhenHacked: you consistently make statements that make no sense. Less typing and more reading. Expand your knowledge before giving horrific responses that reflect a uneducated opinion.
 

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Modern-day angry birds will never utilize more than 2 cores! 8 cores is pointless and no one will ever code games for it! - *sarcasm*
 
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