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  1. Rello's Avatar
    I'd rather increased storage. Maybe quad core, max! Anything higher will inherit battery consumption and heat soak performance problems. Storage is priority, based on the fact that apps can not be transferred and run via SD... On paper, all the numbers sound good. Dynamically...this dual processor unit I'm using works just fine. Wish I could get my hands on a P9982's motherboard. There's a sweet 64GB storage on that momma. Me likes mad junk in the trunk!
    Exactly why I wish consumers weren't charged $100 just to increase storage to the next size. I would be extremely interested in a 128GB phone but I'm not gonna pay the price they want for it lol

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    03-09-14 10:23 PM
  2. n8ter#AC's Avatar
    I'd rather increased storage. Maybe quad core, max! Anything higher will inherit battery consumption and heat soak performance problems. Storage is priority, based on the fact that apps can not be transferred and run via SD... On paper, all the numbers sound good. Dynamically...this dual processor unit I'm using works just fine. Wish I could get my hands on a P9982's motherboard. There's a sweet 64GB storage on that momma. Me likes mad junk in the trunk!
    You're so wrong it isn't even funny.

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    03-09-14 10:29 PM
  3. tchocky77's Avatar
    Is 8 cores better or worse on a 64 bit architecture? Is it neccesary or meaningless? That's the direction everything is headed.

    (Thanks Apple.)

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    03-10-14 12:42 AM
  4. tchocky77's Avatar
    You're so wrong it isn't even funny.

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    Why?

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    03-10-14 12:43 AM
  5. ronfc's Avatar
    Anything higher will inherit battery consumption and heat soak performance problems.
    Actually, more cores, less battery consumption, less heating.

    Z10STL100-1/10.2.1.2141
    03-10-14 03:16 AM
  6. n8ter#AC's Avatar
    Why?

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    Because processor cores running at lower frequency draw less power and produce less heat.

    That means that if you can run 4 cores at lower frequencies instead of 2 at almost max frequency, you often save on power and produce less heat. You can also increase performance as well.

    Secondly, the newer processors uses better fabrication processes which allow them to produce less heat and draw less power.

    The move to Multi-Core has always been just as much about efficiency as it has been about performance. Seems a lot of people here just focus on half the advantage the new hardware brings.

    Lastly, because of the way technology moves, trying to stick to Dual Core will eventually mean you fall behind in tech adoption unless you use custom SoCs like Apple or Samsung. We say this with the Z10 and the chips they use, and of course we see it in the Z30 as well. You won't get 4K Video Recording on that device, ever. It will not support Carrier Aggregation for LTE-A, ever. It will not get Wi-Fi ac support, ever.

    If you want a brand that will stand the test of time, then you should also want hardware that will stand the test of time.
    03-10-14 01:51 PM
  7. Meaty123's Avatar
    Octa core with 32gb phone storage is fine. Anything more, I think it is not that necessary. Just get an SD card if you want to store music, videos and other stuff.

    Sent from the best touch keyboard, the Z.
    03-11-14 03:34 PM
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