- CrackBerry Abuser
04-26-13, 01:24 AM #7
- 108 Posts
- 04-26-13, 03:41 AM #8
Aaahh.... I know.... In the article they covered only the models available in NA.
Have a look:
BlackBerry Z10 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It all depends on where in the world would you be using your Z10, as they differ with the radio bands.
What stands out is, that in the regions using STL 100-1 (TI OMAP CPU) you can still use STL 100-2 (Snapdragon CPU).
From reading through the posts it seems that 100-1 is getting no love in terms of OS updates / leaks, and also some apps are not available in the BB World...
- CrackBerry User
04-26-13, 05:11 AM #9
- 34 Posts
The app shows the CPU base speed. The CPU speed dynamically changes with respect to demand. Nowadays the CPUs don't operate on a fixed speed to save power.
For example if you opened a high processing demand application the CPU will set tge spped to maximum if needed which is rare.. and thus the reason that justifies the heat generated from the phone if you used ahigh power demand app for a long time or a game.
Hope this clarify what you asked.
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