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    News - ARM set to improve mid-range smartphone and tablet performance

    Unveils new mainstream CPU, GPU and video chips.
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    Re: News - ARM set to improve mid-range smartphone and tablet performance

    This can only be a good thing, and it's incredible how much power can now be squeezed into a smartphone. But I have to wonder where they will go next. Power and efficiency are increasing exponentially in the mobile world, we can't be far off holographic projection screens and virtual surround sound on tablets!

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    Re: News - ARM set to improve mid-range smartphone and tablet performance

    I wonder how well A12 compares against the likes of Krait, which is where I assume it's aimed? It does make sense to release something like this though, the gap between A9 and A15 is fairly sizeable, presumably leading some MFRs to go with Krait instead.

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