Currently only a handful of vendors who are already using dual-core processor in their smartphones. When other vendors exhibiting new phones with dual core processor, there is one vendor who "stole start" with a product showcase on a quad core processor under the hood.
The display of quad-core processor from Fujitsu, become a thing that is surprising for the most on the prestigious electronics exhibition in the world, the Consumer Electronics Show took place, 10 to Jan. 13 in Las Vegas.
Is a Japanese electronics company, Fujitsu, which showcased the prototype smartphone that use quad core processor from Nvidia’s Tegra 3.
On that occasion, Fujitsu showcased smartphone running Android operating system v 4.0 a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich. Fujitsu also showcased the ability of the smartphone in the running Riptide GP game and can run smoothly without lag.
Although using four processors as the brain, this smartphone is claimed to save battery consumption when not running an applications which require heavy graphics performance.
However, from the Real World Technologies analyst David Kanter, predicts that the performance of quad-core processors are too strong and will quickly suck up more battery consumption. There is even a possibility, processor performance will decline when operating in battery saving mode. Therefore, smartphone with quad-core brain should have a battery with a super strong durability.
Reportedly, HTC were preparing Android smartphone with quad-core processor, named HTC Edge. Rumors are growing, the Edge will run the Android operating system 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, then armed with 1GB of RAM, high definiton (HD) 4.7-inch screen, and 8MP camera.
Previously, the Tegra 3 processor has been used in ASUS Transformer Prime Pad tablet and Lenovo made IdeaTad K2. Acer will also produce a tablet that uses a Tegra processor 3. Nvidia does have an impressive track record in producing processors for mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets.