Apr 12 2012

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Nokia CEO calls multi-core processors a waste of battery life

I would have to agree, so far the applications that developers create via the android market are not designed to run on dual core setups yet. There is no optimization at all for it.

Nokia CEO Stephen Elop reportedly stated that multi-core mobile processors are a waste of battery life in a recent interview with a Chinese newspaper. Yangcheng Evening News quotes Elop as having said, “the so-called dual-core, quad-core mobile phones can only waste batteries, but not be useful for consumers all the time.” Microsoft’s Windows Phone mobile operating system does not support multi-core chipsets, but the company has been highlighting the “real world performance” of its handsets through the “Smoked by Windows Phone” challenge. Elop went on to claim that the company’s flagship Lumia 900 has never been defeated by the iPhone or an Android smartphone, despite the dual-core and quad-core processors found in those devices.

Source: http://www.bgr.com/2012/04/12/nokia-ceo-calls-multi-core-processors-a-waste-of-battery-life/


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