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KB3001
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Re: More cores coming
KB3001   10/31/2013 12:05:01 PM
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I concur.

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Re: More cores coming
wilber_xbox   10/31/2013 11:17:26 AM
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for the low-end market, multi-core processors are available and they are stealing the customers form the mid- to high-end market. Coming up with single core for low-end market smartphone seems like a wrong move.

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Re: More cores coming
KB3001   10/31/2013 9:30:25 AM
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Depends on which market segment you are going for. It looks like the high end market is saturating though, so low end offers more growth opportunities.

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junko.yoshida   10/31/2013 8:56:58 AM
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yeah, true. But Allwinner doesn't have modem chips like Spreadtrum does.

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More cores coming
rick merritt   10/31/2013 12:30:40 AM
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Even Allwinner is going upmarket next year with some eigfht-core mobile SoCs.



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