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The new battleground for mobile processors

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krisi
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krisi   2/16/2012 5:36:56 AM
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thank you @TekStrategist, I realize pricing is tricky...how about power dissipation? I wonder what is the corresponding battery life. I am writing a preface to my wireless book and would be interested in quoting some latest numbers...anyone interested in being in the book pls email me at kris.iniewski@gmail.com with some data to print, Kris

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JimMcGregor   2/16/2012 5:23:28 AM
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Good questions. The best way to describe all three is that they are in the n-1 to n-2 generation, which results in a performance equivalent to the first generation of smartphones, with incremental decreases in power resulting from a mature process technology. Pricing has not been released, but considering that these are aimed at the Chinese market and required to fit within stringent BoM costs, they should be in the low range of existing applications processors.

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krisi   2/16/2012 3:20:43 AM
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Jim: any details on pricing, power dissipation and performance levels for these various mobile processors options? Kris

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