Qualcomm proclaims the supremacy of its Snapdragon SoC
qualcomm snapdragon soc promised that their s4 series architecture based on Krait would have a ratio of performance , consumption and temperature insurmountable, and in an event shows a series of benchmarks where their SoC outperform their competitors.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC S4 Series is based on krait architecture, a complete remodeling of the arm Cortex-A15 chip aimed at further improving their relationship power / performance. The first SoC Snapdrgon S4 Series are available in dual-core, an approach contrary to many of its competitors, who have decided to continue using the old core ARM Cortex-A9, but made up for lower CPI (Cortex-A15 doubles the performance of Cortex-A9) with a higher number of cores (four cores in the SoC NVIDIA Tegra 3 , Huawei K3V2 , Samsung Exynos 4 Quad , etc.).
Apparently most benchmarks coincide with the strategy of Qualcomm, which proved its dual-core SoC Sanpdragon alternatives to the quad-core competitors in 13 benchmarks, where 9 of them won by 20%, and three of them doubled the performance offered by its closest competitors.
Qualcomm boasts that its upcoming quad-core SoC (Snapdragon Pro Series S4) will rival any in the market, thanks to its improved Adreno 320 GPU will offer users the “best in class experience.”arm, consumption, Cortex A15, dual core, krait, performance, qualcomm, s4, S4 Pro, series, snapdragon, soc, supremacy, temperature