Check out these topmost powerful mobile CPUs
Some of us are really impatient, and that is okay, because to keep up with the world, craving for speed is important. And while being speedy or slow is a matter of choice when it comes to life, having a high-performance hardware in your pocket is not; the bottom-line being - ‘no lags’. Yes, we are talking about phones, and the demand for high-performance that mobile app development space has created for them.
There are popular mobile CPU manufacturers like Samsung, Qualcomm, and MediaTek etc. that build mobile processors for all kinds of phones. But then each of them have something they can show off with pride. Something that they can term as flagship. And well, it looks like each of them has some such specimens. So if you are one of those who obsess about speed & performance, what follows is definitely going to be a good read for you:
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
Qualcomm has always had a reputation for availing quality hardware with price tags that are worth it. And with Snapdragon 835, it has conformed to the popular belief. Talking about Snapdragon 835, the most apt way to describe it is – it has got everything. X16 LTE Modem, which is the pinnacle of fast internet. Offering download speed up to 1 Gbps, the synchronization of apps and data is almost instantaneous. By now what is apparent is that connectivity is its long suite and that is why Microsoft has signed up to feature Snapdragon 835 in its range of ‘always-connected PCs’. Apart from connectivity, performance offered is just blazing fast, and the CPU is a 64-bit Kryo 280 built on ARM Cortex Technology, which is quite power-efficient. There are absolutely no lags while gaming; thanks to Adreno 540 GPU, and while gaming, you lose significantly lesser power which comes from courtesy of Hexagon 682 DSP and a sensor hub.
While most of the mobile manufacturers go to mobile CPU manufacturers, Samsung decided to build its own for some of its phones, and Exynos 9810 is how far it has come since then. Embedded with Deep Learning capabilities for Facial Recognition with the help of 3D tracking, Exynos 9810 is one of the smartest and most powerful mobile CPU. For mobile app developers, Exynos 9 series has unlocked the doors for new open-source developments. Coming to its speed, 9810 comes with a 3rd Gen CPU that is 40% faster than its preceding series and offers up to 2.9 GHz of pure power. The much-awaited CPU handles connectivity and web like a charm, bearing upload and downloads speeds up to 200 Mbps and 1.2 Gbps, respectively. For gamers, Exynos 9810 is no less than a wonder, with Mali –G72 in its core, and photo buffs are already going crazy for the UHD video support with 120 FPS.
Although known for the powering smartphones at present, Cortex A75 offers a much wider gamut of applications, including servers, smart homes etc. One of the industrial uses of the A75 is in artificial intelligence subsets like Deep Learning, Machine Learning etc. Cortex claims this has got 20% better performance than its predecessor, and has dedicated NEON and Floating Point Unit (FPU) engines to process data locally. But above all, Cortex A75 is terrifically efficient, which means more performance with less power consumption.
MediaTek Helio X30
The fact that MediaTek’s current market capitalization of $500 billion is almost five times more than that of Qualcomm pegged at $100 billion, is indicating enough that the world wants smartphone to move towards a future, where phones are efficient, affordable and fast. MediaTek has been holding on to this, and has been producing affordable processors since the very beginning. And this is the reason why Helio X30 is probably the cheapest high-end processors we have in the market. With System Power Allocator to bring down power consumption levels, the X30 is much more efficient than its predecessor X20, with a 35% up in terms of performance and, 50% in terms of power management. As per experts, MediaTek has solved its infamous heating issue up to a great extent with Intelligent Task Scheduling and Sophisticated Thermal Management System. So, this time, we can actually say that this is by far the CPU from MediaTek.
So these were some of the most powerful mobile CPUs the world has seen until now. However, there is much more we will be able to see in the future as there are many more innovations standing right at the doors of technology. As we can already see, mobile CPU manufacturers have already started integrating hardware with Machine Learning, Deep Learning and other technologies of tomorrow.
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