After popular demand, here is our Mobile World Congress 2014 Mobile Show in podcast form.

Recorded live from Mobile World Congress 2014, on this episode Anand Shimpi & Brian Klug discuss all things mobile. Anand & Brian kick things off with a discussion recapping our recent expose on Imagination's PowerVR Rogue architecture, before segueing with a discussion of SoC core counts and core wars on both the CPU and GPU side. Anand and Brian then get into the ARM Coretex-A53 and its adoption in high core count designs, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 600 series, and then what Intel is up to at MWC, including their Merrifield SoC announcements. Anand and Brian then wrap things up with a discussion of Samsung's just-announced flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, and their brief impressions on various aspects of it, including the sensors, UI, and the use of both Qualcomm and in-house Exynos SoCs in various S5 models.

The AnandTech Podcast - Episode 28
Featuring Anand Shimpi & Brian Klug

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Total Time:  38 minutes 51 seconds

Outline h:mm

Imagination PowerVR Rogue Architecture Discussion - 0:00
SoC Core Count Wars - 05:50
ARM Cortex-A53 & Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Series - 06:35
Intel Merrifield & Moorefield - 11:45
Reference platforms, top to bottom? - 17:20
LTE Modems - 19:12
Samsung Galaxy S5 - 21:54
Samsung Touchwiz - 31:10
Fingerprint & Heartbeat Sensors - 34:35
S5 Exynos 5 Version - 38:03
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  • gregounech - Tuesday, February 25, 2014 - link

    That was fast, thanks for the quick response you guys are great. Reply
  • sherlockwing - Tuesday, February 25, 2014 - link

    Thanks a lot, can't wait to listen to this during lunch. Reply
  • Pfffman - Tuesday, February 25, 2014 - link

    Thanks for putting it up so quick :) Reply
  • giffnyc - Tuesday, February 25, 2014 - link

    Thanks! really appreciating this as I get in the car to drive for two hours.... Reply
  • ebelin - Friday, February 28, 2014 - link

    Great! Thanks for releasing podcast - we need that in our cars :) Reply

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