Huawei’s Home-Made Quad-Core Processor Tops Benchmarks

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The Chinese networking and telecommunications equipment company Huawei surprised everyone, which in this year’s MWC announced their latest flagship phone, Ascend D Quad XL if the processor was a homemade quad-core processor, and not an NVIDIA Tegra 3 or a Qualcomm.

At the same time claimed the Chinese company that their home-made processor, the world’s fastest, which now seems to be supported by recently released benchmarks.

The Benchmark results have shown that Huawei’s new processor driver comfortably over his nearest rivals in Tegra 3 and Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 4 1.5 GHz dual-core processor.

There is so far not come Benchmarks out of Samsung’s new quad-core, nor of their upgraded dual-core, while Apple’s new A5X also need to complete the test, which they are currently being put Huawei’s homemade smartphone leadership in the benchmark scale.

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  1. Most of these early synchronous CPUs ran at low clock rates compared to modern microelectronic designs (see below for a discussion of clock rate). Clock signal frequencies ranging from 100 kHz to 4 MHz were very common at this time, limited largely by the speed of the switching devices they were built with.


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