We finally got some official news surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2‘s availability, and whether or not it will come equipped with a dual-core or quad-core processor. When we first heard about the new slate from Samsung we couldn’t help but think that is wasn’t a very big improvement over the original Galaxy Tab 10.1, sporting only a 1GHz dual-core processor.
As everyone knows, the international HTC One X has the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor and to make things work with LTE, they created the HTC One XL that is essentially the same phone, but with the dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4. This is essentially what is available on AT&T, but marketed as the One X, a little confusing I know. Now Samsung did the same thing with their Galaxy S III.
I want to pick up a new budget android phone and i have narrowed down my choices between these two, Lava Iris 501 or 458q
The 501 has a 5in screen with a dual core cpu but the 458 has quad core but it is 4.5in, which one would you guys choose? They both have 512mb ram so does it matter if its a quad core or dual core since the ram is limited.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-ReuttWith models of the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy SIII sporting dual-core chips with 4G/LTE in the US, but quad-core chips for their 3G models, some are wondering whether Apple’s iPhone 5 will be similarly “core-tailed”, or whether an Apple A6 processor can mix and match quad core with the 4G pedal to the metal – while retaining more than sufficient battery life.