N/APosted on - 06/11/2012
Intel really agrees to Nokia and Microsoft that one core is better than having dual core in mobile phones.
In some source
Intel said that having dual cores for Android will be bad.
Do you think this will be a big disappointed for Android or this is one of the strategy of Intel in order not to patronized Android?
Intel thinks the Dual Cores will be bad for Android
Intel has released mobile processor (Moorestown) before, but flopped.
Probably, Bell’s claims on poor performance of dual-core on threading technology (which is important for scheduling processes and simultaneous jobs per time unit) may be commendable for Android just existed few years ago and that this OS may have not developed so much and without connivance with the industries of System on a Chip (SoC) makers.
Unlike Windows, which eventually working around with Intel even before, are utterly good in desktop/pc computing together. These markets are left out in producing smartphones.
But if that’s really the case that multi-cores smartphones with Android are less effective than single-cores, is it really possible that manufacturers would do something like doubling the DUAL-CORE to releasing QUAD’s? hmmm.
And is there any claims that multi-cores are not that fast compared to single-cores?