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Historically, processing power increases at the same power consumption levels with new architectures. No reason to believe that that won't continue. Look at the iPad 2 and the XOOM. Both get amazing battery life (in the case of the iPad 2, as much as the single core/256mb iPad 1) and have dual cores.
Yeah i agree
Most smart phones nowadays need charging everyday. My old Sony Ericsson would last an entire week between charges.
The problem is not so much that more processing power will need more battery but rather battery life will not improve because we are designing faster chips that use the same power.
Currently your average 1ghz single core touch screen phone last 1 day.
In the future your average 2ghz quad core touch will probably still last a day.

We need faster chips that use less power not faster chips that use the same power.
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probably a lot more than 4 cores or 4gb of ram. by 10 years from now probably really modular systems so they can plug into other modules to combine power and resources and share information. faster networking speeds for wireless transmission and streaming of more stuff faster. might be well past the standard materials and methods of constructing chips we use today, something like quantum or moletronics. 10 years is a long time with computers
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Do you think cellphones will have quad-core CPU's and dedicated graphics by this time?

Would be interesting to see phones with 4+ GB RAM as well

So what would a cellphone look like in 10 years, and what would the hardware consist of?
tbh i think we will have chips put into us. so we can control a on board Hud, because if you think about it if you tap into the mind, you could make you see thinks that ante actually there, i would love to see the time in the corner of my vision and i could listen to really loud music! and not get ear damage
    
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Historically, processing power increases at the same power consumption levels with new architectures. No reason to believe that that won't continue. Look at the iPad 2 and the XOOM. Both get amazing battery life (in the case of the iPad 2, as much as the single core/256mb iPad 1) and have dual cores.



No. That may be what you do, but that's not what many people do. In fact, calling and texting are probably the things I do less than most others on my phone.
My thoughts exactly, they are essentially tiny computers that by chance can also make phone calls or send texts.
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in 10 years there wont be hardware in phones. just a satellite up-link/down-link receiver
and then the phone is powered by a pc in your basement. pc-----satellite--------phone!
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Yeah i agree
Most smart phones nowadays need charging everyday. My old Sony Ericsson would last an entire week between charges.
The problem is not so much that more processing power will need more battery but rather battery life will not improve because we are designing faster chips that use the same power.
Currently your average 1ghz single core touch screen phone last 1 day.
In the future your average 2ghz quad core touch will probably still last a day.

We need faster chips that use less power not faster chips that use the same power.
As the manufacturing process gets smaller they will use less and less power, keep in mind many smartphone cpus are still on 65nm. Look at the difference between power usage and cpu power of say a q6600 and a 2500k, that is just the difference of going from 65nm to 32nm we are getting far higher clocks and much faster clock for clock while using much less power. Obviously there is also architectural changes that effect that as well but that is just one example.
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Yeah i agree
Most smart phones nowadays need charging everyday. My old Sony Ericsson would last an entire week between charges.
The problem is not so much that more processing power will need more battery but rather battery life will not improve because we are designing faster chips that use the same power.
Currently your average 1ghz single core touch screen phone last 1 day.
In the future your average 2ghz quad core touch will probably still last a day.

We need faster chips that use less power not faster chips that use the same power.
The SE example isn't that great. If I went in to best buy today and bought a non-touch screen dumb phone, it would probably be similiar in battery life to your old phone. You are comparing a smart phone to a dumb phone, and that doesn't work. It's like comparing a intel atom to a desktop i5.

A better example would be something like an old smart phone to a new one. The iPhone 2G that I had got similiar battery life to my samsung captivate. One of them is orders of magnitude more powerful.
    
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