show off great performance in a quick clip provided by Texas Instruments. Now we've got a little tease from Samsung that they'll be showing off their Exynos 4412 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9's at MWC. They are built on an improved 32nm process to make the new chip faster and retain better battery life.
Samsung may release the 2GHz Exynos 5250 processor sometime during Q2 of this year, but could it also be flaunted at this Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month? It makes perfect sense that it would, because it still follows the chip's estimated public release date.
dual-core processors within Android smartphones, yet this bit of news makes them less appealing. What's better than 2 cores? Not 4, but 100! ZiiLabs has managed to incorporate 96 "StemCell Media Processing" cores to work alongside the four ARM Cortex A9 cores.
yet. It is a prototype that may never surface for the public's use, but nevertheless it is sporting an Intel chip and Android OS. Finally, Intel intends to make a comeback in 2012 by incorporating their technology into both tablets and smartphones. Technology Review was able to test out both of the prototypes, and they state we should see them officially within the first half of 2012.