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  • andrewsdw - Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - link

    I am still on my old 3gs...I cannot wait until I am able to switch to either a Exynos 4212 or a S4 based phone! Tegra 3 looks to be to much of a hog for me. I think the 4 cores will be less useful than a higher speed dual core with proper video decoding and lower power usage. Reply
  • B3an - Friday, November 18, 2011 - link

    Just because a SoC has less cores dont mean it has lower power usage. The Tegra 3 has a 5th core that only runs when the phone is locked / not in use. And that core uses less power than any dual core SoC's that i know of. Reply
  • bjacobson - Friday, November 18, 2011 - link

    4 cores though. Who needs that? We need 2. One for everything except for the foreground application, and one for the foreground application. I don't see this changing in 2012. The higher clock dual core will have sufficiently low power usage. Yes, during idle T3 may be lower, but it won't matter. Reply
  • eddman - Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - link

    Isn't APQ8060 an S3 snapdragon? HP TouchPad, T-Mobile Galaxy S II and Galaxy S II Skyrocket already have it.

    So I guess you meant that APQ8064 won't be out until the latter part of 2012, right? I thought it'd come in 1H 2012.

    Also, where is MSM8974?
  • RBurman - Wednesday, April 05, 2017 - link

    MSM8974 Registers Description details or APQ 8074 Registers Description details(for d/l pl.) Reply

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