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most powerful SoC Snapdragon 800 is nothing compared to new processor Intel Bay Trail
Currently, the network has the first results of performance tests SoC Intel Bay Trail. This is good news for the followers of the x86 architecture and not much for fans chips ARM.
The fact is that the quad-core Intel family of Bay Trail , running at 1.1 GHz, was about 30 percent faster than the most powerful analog architecture ARM. We are talking about a single-chip system, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 in a configuration that includes the quad-core processor, clocked at 2.3 GHz.
The results of testing the latest SoC Intel in the test package AnTuTu shared resource rbmen.blogspot.ro. The device, codenamed byt_t_ffrd10, based on the chip Intel family of Bay Trail and runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, has gained a popular benchmark AnTuTu 43,416 points.
For comparison, last modification smartphone Samsung Galaxy S4, based on the base SoC Snapdragon 800, in the same test suite is gaining a total of about 30,000 points.
SoC Intel Bay Trail designed to produce at rates 22-nanometer manufacturing process, and the first tablet based on this SoC, according to Intel, will appear later this year.
Recall that the new SoC Intel Bay Trail is based on the basis of micro-Silvermont , which is three times more productive, and five times more energy efficient compared to Saltwell, the underlying chip Medfield. It is worth recalling that the chip runs at 1.1 GHz. It is expected that the samples expert will operate at a frequency of 2.1 GHz. What then would be the result in the AnTuTu – 90,000 points?
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