Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by quest7, Jun 10, 2010.
Motorola Launching 2GHz Android Phone in 2010? | Droid Life: A Motorola Droid Blog
yeeeehaw! im glad i canceled my incredible
It's going to be a longgggggggggggg wait.
That also begs the question, what will battery life be like.
im also looking forward to the new htc scorpion
( if there is one.. ) but alot of new motorola droid and htc phones are coming out im excited
I'm also excited for the new Motorola phones. I hope they can hit it big with at least one of them. Then maybe my Motorola stock might finally be worth something...
http://www.intomobile.com/2010/06/1...ssor-in-the-works-for-this-year-yes-2ghz.html a difference link, kinda hard to believe.
I love seeing all the advancements people are trying to put into smartphones these days. Everyone is trying one-up everyone else and it is leading to some pretty amazing phones. Alas, I will not be happy until I find a phone that works at the speed of thought.
What happens when we achieve telepathic communication and phones become obsolete?
What's that? You're breaking up.............you have an iBrain, don't you?
Are you kidding? Mines android-based.
Are they going to start putting fans in these phones to keep them cool!?!?!???
We're seeing a level of cpu competition that just isn't there for the PC world. Maybe the game console of the future will be based on arm and android.
Now for *that* I'd actually pry my fingers away from my droid...My laptop is still sporting a core 2 duo...at 2ghz....
This article is why I support android so much. It brings a level of intense competition that leads to unheard of tech. You can't win with dumbed down devices because that's not going to fool anyone. You have to show us everything you've got.
What would be some of the possibilities of a phone like this. It is beyond me, lol. Would not RAM also come into factor after awhile.
Sometimes I wonder if we're going backwards... I mean, using more and more powerful processors will risk people releasing less optimized code. There seemed to be a lot of rushing to release the 500 mHz phones, and then suddenly there's the 1 gHz phones, and now the 1.5... but are these phones really running that much faster?
Not that I won't get a nice new powerful one, of course
I'm glad I'm still locked into my Droid for the next year and a half, because I get them impression there's still a lot of testing and improving and optimizing going on with the hardware, software, and general Android OS. It's like everyone is beta testing so I can get something really amazing once it's contract renewal time