Oh the delicious juicy goodness

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  1. jrmckins

    jrmckins Well-Known Member
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  2. Vihzel

    Vihzel Destroying Balls Everyday
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    All I see is a dot.
     
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  4. killadanny

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    Nice, HTC better get on it, but battery life will be a disaster.
     
  5. nateo200

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    What battery life? AC Adapter only :D :D
     
  6. killadanny

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    Yeah I thought so, oh well, hows that for snappy. :D
     
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    I really question the battery life also. HTC hasn't exactly had really great reviews and tests on battery life with the Inc and X on the 1Ghz. They need to improve their software to have better battery management.
     
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    I remember reading about this a while ago, pretty interesting stuff.

    A dual core cpu has more throughput than a single core of double the clock speed. You could underclock that to 800MHz and have the same performance as the snapdragon in the Desire/EVO/Incredible etc.
     
  9. Awesome. Hopefully they will be more energy efficient. 45nm process maybe?
     
  10. Pryomancer

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    From wikipedia
    "8X50A: 1.3 GHz; 45 nanometer technology; available in endproducts at the end of 2010"
     

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