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Posted by on Jun 29, 2012 in Hardware News |

Qualcomm proclaims the supremacy of its Snapdragon SoC

Qualcomm proclaims the supremacy of its Snapdragon SoC

promised that their s4 series architecture based on Krait would have a ratio of performance , 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 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.

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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.”

Link: Qualcomm Snapdragon: our two cores are better than your four (Hexus)

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