2012-03-01 11:28 AM
slim 2012 has just started,, u will see many more things in 2012 also ( icrap , gs3, etc etc are yet to be released)
i am sure icrap-ians would definitely come up with something big
2012-03-01 08:47 PM
that "battery life issue" seems like a load of ... lies
it reminds of the "official reason" on why the X8, W8, X10 mini/pro weren't updated to 2.3, blaimming hardware limitations, which that's not true, we all know that, or the excuses we got when SE used to say that 2.1 was the same or better than 2.2, etc etc.
A corporation this big can't lie anymore, yes it was easier back in the days before the Internet revolution but not anymore, they might fool their investors and some uninformed potential buyers but seriously blaming the battery life as the reason not to move to Quad-core?
2012-03-02 09:41 AM
maybe what they wanted to achieve , they couldn't , and something might be hindering with the battery....
but they made an official comment... so they dint just said for the sake of saying...must be something related to battery..
2012-03-02 11:13 AM
2012-03-02 12:09 PM
its specs are , http://www.nvidia.in/object/tegra-3-in.html
i don't care for battery backup much,
i hate arc s for being single core,,
i think almost all of the companies except sony will come up with quad core processor phones this year
its really an important link
,,, it contains answers to as why our xperias get hot. why they hang, and all stuff
2012-03-02 04:26 PM
nice link , i'm reading all of it but i stopped at this...
In order to further increase the performance, and "extend battery life," mobile devices will
transition to multi-core CPUs....
wtf.. whats goin on
**. From basic semiconductor physics we know that increasing
operating frequency and voltage can exponentially increase power consumption of
semiconductor devices. Even though engineers may be able to squeeze out higher performance
by increasing frequency and voltage, the performance increase would drastically reduce battery
life. In addition, processors that consume higher power would require larger cooling solutions
resulting in an undesired expansion in device size.
Under these heavy multitasking conditions
the processor is typically running at maximum frequency and voltage, therefore consuming large
amounts of power.
Therefore a mobile processor
with a dual core CPU with SMP capabilities will often be more power efficient than a single core
CPU based mobile processor.
but still its a comparison of single and dual , i'm waiting for a comparison with quad core...
this dual core looks so cool ,
samsung s2 has tegra 2...??
2012-03-02 05:30 PM
even i didn't read it completely
though i will
its really interesting slim.. so much knowledge
2012-03-02 06:28 PM
now i'm really into these stuff
i read some link about resolution and stuff :smileywink:
it said " higher megapixel doesnt means higher resolution \ high quality pics but high pixel resolutuion"
theres so much on the internet....
i'm currently looking at this site , so much of cool and easy features...