Junior Enterprise LTD's Thoughts On New British Chips To Power "Superphones"
Junior Enterprise LTD's Thoughts On New British Chips To Power "Superphones".
- (1888PressRelease) December 02, 2011 - The next generation of top-of-the-range smartphones, being called "superphones" will be powered by new technologies revealed by ARM, the firm that has come to dominate the mobile microchip industry. It is a new cheaper, lower power processor called the A7 and a way of combining it with more powerful next generation chips to make the most of battery life, called "big.LITTLE" processing. All top smartphone manufacturers, including Apple and Samsung, use ARM architecture. Junior Enterprise LTD's Managing Director has expressed his opinions on the new "superphones" saying, "I think that the chip will prove very successful and will be gladly welcomed into technology's ever changing, ever improving universe!"
In the next 2 years, high-end smartphones are expected to upgrade to A15 architecture. It will offer a huge boost in performance, but will be more demanding of battery technology, which has failed to keep pace with the increasing demands of smartphone applications. It will offer similar performance to the chips currently used in the iPhone 4S and Galaxy Nexus, but at much lower power and cost. Warren East, ARM's chief executive spoke out saying "We could have done it five years ago but nobody would have paid us.
The demand is there now as applications become more demanding." Junior Enterprise LTD's Managing Director commented on this, saying, "I agree the demand is high - Everyone that has a smart phone has at least one application downloaded, and they will know applications are very power consuming - this chip will solve these issues - great!"