Reply to post: Re: " 'desktop-level' performance"

We took a shot every time Qualcomm said 5G, AI or mobile gaming in its Snapdragon 865, 765 system-on-chip launch...

sal II

Re: " 'desktop-level' performance"

You know that you can put these chips/SoC in a non-phone envelope right?

This should read as ARM (at least mobile derivation of it) being more powerful than x86

And it's already the case with Apple's A13 that has performance comparable with Intel's Core i5/7 CPUs and has been gaining 10-20% YoY, vs. like 3-5% for Intel's x86 CPUs gimped by legacy architecture way past it's life time.

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