tablets will receive a treat in the form of 3 new high performance chips. The upgrades will be featured on processors, new RAM memory and GPU. Here is what to expect.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 comes with a CPU of much lower power. This one will be ideal if you want to perform easy tasks. Also, it’s worthy to note that HD movies recording, the processor and many other specs and features will put on a great show. Apps will load faster. The modem to expect will be 3G/46 LTE. Support for up to 55 megapixels cam shots is also something to look forward to. The smartphone that will land this new chip will be LG’s Optimus G. Rumor has it that both Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 will integrate the chip.
Nvidia Tegra 4 Cortex A 15 quad-core and one Cortex A-15 core is another powerful chip to expect. It will be installed on Nvidia Project Shield and many other gadgets. The Tegra 4 is rumored to process pics in .2 seconds.
More than that, it lets you take many photos of the same subject at exposure levels that differ between one another. The battery life of the devices the Tegra 4 will be featured on is also rumored to be better than before. The images generating process is helped by 72 cores, which will do wonders for games. 3200 x 2000 pixels of resolution are going to be supported. Opening applications, looking for stuff online and many other tasks will be faster.
Samsung Exynos 5 Octa is the last excellent chip that completes the list and it is considered the best of the bunch thanks to its eight cores. What to expect: a Cortex-A7 and a Cortex-15. Both of these processors come with 4 cores each. 70% of battery life will be saved with Samsung’s chips. For gaming, the Exynos 5 Octa employs PowerVR SGX544MP3. Another advantage of the chip is that it is able to move between the CPUs. Galaxy Tab 3 and Galaxy S4 versions will be sure to sport this chip.
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