Aava Mobile Moorestown-Based Prototype Smartphone, See It In Action Here
The phone is very nice looking and the perf is awesome (1080p on your phone is insane). I just do not get the 45nm it makes no sense much like the cpu/gpu thing. A larger processor of any type creates more heat, and uses more energy by default. So the phone would run considerably longer cooler, with better wear over time, more comfortable to carry on your person etc etc etc.
Yes I know they wanted to flash there awesome new stuff, but come on like they don't have enough intro'd in the last 6 months give me a break. Take a cue from apple (I cannot believe I just said that), even though I hate many of there business practices, and many other things about them as a company. They do great design, and generally it does not leak, or people that leak it mysteriously disappear.
They already had the 45nm. Yes I could see a batch unit specially for this type of thing (flash), but design a working 32nm variant before it's released. Not only will the world be better for it, the company will also do better. Think about one of these in 32nm with there new hyper gate technology in it, that would blow the performance of any mobile unit on the planet to shame. Yeah an EVO or a Legend may look awesome, but imagine one running at 1.66 with a ULV Atom at 32nm in it. Use your competition to and get ATI busting on some uber small GPU at 22nm or something with a 20GB mini SSD unit in it as well.
Show us what a tablet/smart phone/ ultra mobile computer is supposed to look like, not what you may be able to produce in a year or two!
I wondered when Intel was going to get into this area, as ARM seemed to be doing well with their "Snapdragon" CPU for mobile devices. I was thinking certainly Intel was not conceding this part of the market. Phones seem to be fast enough today maybe this will help battery life. Again the iPhone seems snappy at least the 3GS model.
It's good to see more players in this segment. Prices will fall with meaningful competition. This is good.
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