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Superphones with 8-core GPU to dwarf Smartphones

ARM's new GPU for Superphones to support DirectX 11 and able to deliver desktop like performance.

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ThePundit4484d ago

8 core GPU ? I wonder what those smartphones need that much graphics crunching for..

RocknRola4484d ago

it will be able to play high end pc games with ease or maybe such games should be made to be played on such devices

CynicalVision4483d ago

High end PC games? Lol, no. You'll never see Battlefield 3 visuals on a smartphone.

Blasphemy4484d ago (Edited 4484d ago )

Nevermind.

tarbis4484d ago

no thanks, the current smartphones and tablets are crazy expensive, this will double or triple the cost.

bumnut4484d ago

Im more worried about battery life!

tarbis4483d ago

oh yes, that too. bubs for you mate

caseh4483d ago

Agreed, my dual core S2 lasts around 2-3 hours if im lucky after a full charge if i play any games.

No optimisation for multiple cores it would seem.

nherbw4482d ago

ARM is know for their ability to create architectures that consumers less power than others. Maybe that will be the case here too!

PirosThe4th4484d ago

crazy... i'd sooo get one... since here its free :P

PirosThe4th4484d ago

you only pay for credit.... and get any phone free..

Speed-Racer4484d ago

@Piros - That's not really free. You get charged for the device through the credit payments. Just a nice way of marketing it.

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Analysts claim that Apple's latest Macs could be the revival of the PC chip wars

Apple takes this move by introducing Apple's latest Macs with its own in-house chips based on computing architecture technology from Arm Ltd

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Apple to host an event dedicated to Arm Macs on 17th November

Recently the tipster Jon Prosser has revealed that Apple is intended to host an event to launch its upcoming Arm Macs on 17 November.

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Arm announces a new generation of 64-bit enhanced performance CPUs

New CPU range brings a 30% performance boost.

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techspot.com