If you haven’t heard much lately about Project Ara, it is for a very good reason. Aside from a problem with manufacturing that has delayed shipping developer units to Google I/O winners, the team has also struck up a
Judging from the focus on this feature, it looks like 64-bit computing might just be the next big thing for mobile devices – if the efforts from SoC manufacturers like NVIDIA and Qualcomm are any evidence. NVIDIA has the 64-bit
Samsung has just announced a new Exynos chip and this time it doesn’t bear the usual four-digit name. Simply called the Exynos ModAP, this latest SoC brings together a quad-core CPU with a Category 4 LTE modem, which will
The Snapdragon 805, announced late last year, has somewhat taken a backseat to the 801 now used on many high-end smartphones today. But Qualcomm is merely bidding its time and believes that its first “Ultra HD” chip
LG, who have quietly moved into the number three spot when it comes to mobile OEMs, is reportedly working on a SoC. The Odin chipset, which we saw pop up in benchmarks late last year, is said to be moving into a production phase
Looking forward to an Intel chipset for your Android phone? Many are, with their new 64-bit technology arriving at some point this year to Android devices. A new report suggests the chipset won’t be friendly to the modification
When it comes to hardware, reality is far more complicated than what we see in spec sheets and promotional materials. Processors in particular, even with the same brand or model, seem to have different speeds floating around.
Recent AnTuTu scores reveal that Huawei‘s upcoming octa-core Kirin 920 comes close the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 in terms of performance. If true, this could pretty much put the Chinese manufacturer on the map as one of the
Showing its full hand at MWC 2014, Samsung has announced two new members of its Exynos 5 family. The new Exynos 5 Octa 5422 and Hexa 5260 already powers two of Samsung‘s latest smartphones.