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ARM unveiled their new flagship processor today; a power-optimized quad core 2GHz beast running on the 28nm process.

 

http://www.arm.com/about/newsroom/arm-announces-cortex-a15-quad-core-hard-macro.php

 

What do you think will be the first phone/tablet to strong-arm the competition with this?

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ARM unveiled their new flagship processor today; a power-optimized quad core 2GHz beast running on the 28nm process.

 

http://www.arm.com/a...-hard-macro.php

 

What do you think will be the first phone/tablet to strong-arm the competition with this?

 

*drool*

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TI is planning their OMAP 5 line with this core, and Sammy and Moto have been fans of TI SoCs of late. I would expect successors to the current RAZR / Bionic / Photon / Droid 4 line from Moto and the next Galaxy line (3 or 4) to use one of these bad boys, probably 3-4Q12-- just before the Mayan calendar ends it for us all.

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Of course not!

 

I'm glad you don't believe that. I thought it was funny when the concept first rolled out. Haven't the Mayans been dead for centuries?

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Zombie apocalypse? I better stock up on ammo...

 

That's what I tell my girlfriend all the time, LOL. Also the funny thing is when she took the pic that I am currently using for my profile pic, I was actually shooting at a zombie target at the gun range.

 

There are no such things as Zombies! Too many video games for you.

 

Hey, you never know but like I always say, "its better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it". So yeah, I got lots of ammo.

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