Like most Chinese Android OEMs, Meizu produces some high-end smartphones but at a fairly low price.
And today the company’s CEO, Jack Wong has teased the public about one of the key features of their next device, called the Meizu MX4G. The device will feature a 5.5-inch screen like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, but with a whopping of 2560×1536 resolution. That’s over 540 ppi, which is an incredibly dense panel.
But don’t get too excited just yet as … Continue reading
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We all know that the current Samsung devices that are running on Exynos 5 Octa chipsets can’t actually utilize all eight cores at the same time. Both 5410 and 5420 chips can only use the four Cortex-A7 cores or the four Cortex-A15 at a time. Now Samsung has decided to fix this and yesterday the manufacturer announced its latest revision of the Exynos platform that will support simultaneous operation of all eight cores. … Continue reading
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We have spotted via GFX Bench’s website a Samsung smartphone with a model number SM-G900S that sports a 2560×1440 display and a 2.5 Ghz Snapdragon 800 chip. And judging by the high specs of the device, it could very well be the much anticipated Galaxy S5, or the follow-up device to the Galaxy Round.
And as we said in our previous report about Meizu teasing a smartphone with a 2560×1536 display, this high resolution will obviously eat more battery … Continue reading
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There has been a lot of reports lately saying that true octa-core performance can be enabled on current exynos 5 devices via a software update (see the full report here). But a new report says that by doing so would only be detrimental on the devices.
A chief technical expert from Samsung’s Mobile Solutions department and some if it’s engineers said that even though a software update patch to enable full octa-core performance is very possible, it will … Continue reading
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