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Why don't people understand that in order to optimize software to hardware, the hardware has to exist.nothing is going to be optimized to the quad core if it doesn't exist.
The supply will create its own demand. Once the quad core is available, people will start making software for it.

If you don't want a quad core, don't get one but remember that when the original quad core came out for PC, people said it was pointless for everyday use. Look at where we are now.
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Hopefully this will be able to browse web with facebook app running with G Music on. My Atrix freaks out when I do this.

I'm using the "unofficial" CM9 on the Atrix and it runs very smooth with no lag or crashes. The Atrix isn't worth a cent if you don't unlock the bootloader and root it.
post #23 of 48
This seems as pointless as a quadcore with hyper-threading. /sarcasm

Do I need a phone with a 4C SoC? No, I dont.

What is this doing for the future of technology? Giving us more power in a smaller package, which I'm all for and will never refuse.
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This seems as pointless as a quadcore with hyper-threading. /sarcasm
Do I need a phone with a 4C SoC? No, I dont.
What is this doing for the future of technology? Giving us more power in a smaller package, which I'm all for and will never refuse.

until they make a 6 core phone that has a 2 hour battery life. im waiting for it...some idiot company with try to do it....my bets are on HTC

i have an SII X atm, and i have to say im impressed with it, it lasts a day on a charge for me, sometimes more depending how long the many phone calls i recieve and make are.

point being, i wonder what the phone call life of that phone will be, should be an intresting number once its released.
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QFT
Unless all phones start to come with some kind of laptop dock, quad core's in a phone just seem a little over kill. I'm all for higher resolution screens and better cameras and faster connection speeds, but how many tasks can you really do on a phone that requires so much CPU power?

All kinds, really. Video decoding, performance on 3D games and emulators, better file management, etc. Not to mention that there are phones that use laptop docks, such as the Atrix/RAZR and PadFone. Ubuntu for Android is just around the corner as well.

 

 

Do you even own a car..?

 

 

From your comments over the last few months, it appears  you walk everywhere and NEVER.... EVER have your phone away from your face!

 

Who is going to do video decoding on a cell phone..?

File Management....?

3D games on a phone...?

 

Those^ are all things, that little kids brag about, because they have little else in the world, so...    their "precious" must have 3D gaming so they can feel good about themselves... ?

 

 

 

Lets face it, they are getting quad-core CPUs because Android without them is sluggish & needs multiple cores to remain competitive.

post #26 of 48
That is very nice, OVERCLOCK ANYONE? wheee.gif
A little faster and it will match my i7 720QM lol
post #27 of 48
They are aiming for everyone to have their own mobile computer, so that they can get rid of desktops. they will start having stations around where you will have flat screen monitors, keyboards and mouses ready to be hooked up via miniusb directly into your phone. There will still be desktops for extreme computing needs though.
post #28 of 48
im all for progression... so if technology is advancing, what is the problem??? This could possible lead to a future where our phones could be our PCs. Heck, its almost there...
As long as the power consumption goes down while the power goes up, then im all for more performance... I just wish battery technology would advance so I would be able to run multiple applications 24/7 for a week
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I'm totally ready for this phone.

Two extra cores will definitely help my cause because of the following: biggrin.gif

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Why don't people understand that in order to optimize software to hardware, the hardware has to exist.nothing is going to be optimized to the quad core if it doesn't exist.
The supply will create its own demand. Once the quad core is available, people will start making software for it.
If you don't want a quad core, don't get one but remember that when the original quad core came out for PC, people said it was pointless for everyday use. Look at where we are now.

This is exactly the point I was trying to make, and you make it plain to everyone in a much better manner.

People back then did not believe in the potential of quad-core processors in the desktop scene, especially when there are no programs yet to take advantage of the hardware. But then again, there's this problem; if the hardware isn't there in the first place, then how would people create software specifically for it? Of course multi-core processors have to be created first before the demand for multithreaded applications will exist. People have been cynical without thinking about the long-term benefits of such CPU technology. Like he said, look at where we are now. The same should happen for mobile devices.

And to people who think that more cores = lower battery life; has it occurred to you that having multiple cores is more power-efficient, generally-speaking, than single-core variants? The workload is spread out and thus each core doesn't have to get strained in performing a task. Tegra 3's 4-PLUS-1 architecture does absolutely that; thanks to its low-power companion core, its battery life is comparable or even better than dual-core tablets competing against it. As for this Exynos 4412, the 32nm process and its per-core clock/power gating should be able to improve power efficiency over its predecessor.
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