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  • theblueredmonk theblueredmonk Sep 21, 2012 4:46 PM Flag

    Intel now sees Qualcomm as main competitor

    What is remarkable is that the Medfield processor in the Razr i is competitive against current dual-core ARMs for mainstream smartphone apps and the Intel CPU uses a 2008 architecture and 2010 process technology. We will see dramatic improvements in 2013 with Intel's mobile silicon on an accelerated development schedule. Of course, the ARM camp will not stand still but the pace of innovation in Intel's mobile lineup from here on will be staggering.
    The bulk of the smart phones today are based on the A9 (notable exceptions being Apples A6 and QCOM's S4) which was released in 2007.

    The only benchmark that gives medfield a real competitive edge over the A9 is in Javascript, the rest is a mixed bunch.

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