One of the big shifts in smartphones this year has been towards dual-core processors, with quad-core chipsets beginning to emerge on the horizon. But does dual core actual mean twice as fast?
Smartphones with quad-core processors are always faster than dual-core processors, right? Only if you believe the myths.
The Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 launches with ICS and a dual-core processor for $400. A couple months ago this would have made an appealing package for Android tablet shoppers. Now, not so much.
5G promises Internet connection speeds that are 10 to 100 times faster than today's. Get ready, Austin, Texas, it's heading your way.
For only $10 more than the price of a non-touchscreen Kindle, you can get a full-featured Nextbook tablet. Surely there must be a catch?
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a video showing off the processing power of Nvidia's quad-core Kal-El chip for Android tablets and phones.
Microsoft's latest Windows Phone 8 update gives the ailing operating system another chance against Apple and Google, with support for larger screens and faster CPUs.
Apple's A7 appears to be a dual-core design, bucking a quad-core trend in the Android world. But two cores provide plenty of horsepower, says Anandtech.
During company's earnings call, CEO says its upcoming quad-core chip for smartphones, tablets, and laptops will actually be more power efficient than its current dual-core Tegra 2 processor.
Reported benchmark scores peg the eight-core Samsung Galaxy S4 as much speedier than the variant we'll be getting here in the UK.