How are you all? I hope you are good. Today I will discuss with you how to check the Best/Fastest quality of the processor for android mobile. I came up with a few tips about the processor’s performance depends on what subject(advantage/disadvantages). Hope you will be benefited. So let’s start……
All of us have a suspicion about purchasing a mobile, which would be a better processor for your mobile, fastest speed and the greater battery life. Actually, a lot of things performance depends on a processor (there is additional hardware on which performance depends, but we will discuss only part of the processor). The processor is called a device’s heart. A well-known mobile processor is truly a difficult task to choose, and for this, we must have some knowledge about our processors. Manufacturers of mobile processors are Qualcomm, Samsung, MediaTek, Huawei, Apple etc. But the company that provides the architecture of the processor is named ARM (Advanced Risc Machine). Do you have heard the name of the ARM? When viewing the mobile configuration you will see Cortex A9, Cortex A53 (different version of architecture) or something like that. This model of the CPU provides ARM architecture. Let me tell you something about the ARM to discuss in the main discussion.
ARM(Advanced Risc Machine)
ARM, earlier was Acorn RISC Machine, later named Advanced RISC machine. It is a part of the Reduced Instruction Set Computing (RISC) architectures that create computers or mobile processors depending on configuration/device. British company ARM Holdings creates designs for other organizations and provides licenses to those companies who design their own devices and ARM architecture want to implement their devices. It also includes system-on-chip (SoC) and system-on-modules (SoM) which include memory, interface, radio etc. We see in the specification of the mobile that the mobile is available in Cortex A5, A7, A9, A53, A72, and many more versions. Basically, these are the versions of architecture based on which the processor is made. The faster the architecture version, the processor will be performed much. The more time the R & D (Research and Development) of the architecture becomes more, the processor quality will increase. You can sometimes see the name kryo in the configuration. It is actually a series of micro architecture that made by Qualcomm and they implemented them in ARMv8-A 64-bit versions. It is being used (succession) instead of the old 32-bit Krait. Krait is an ARM-based CPU that includes Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 and Snapdragon 400/600/800/801/805 (Krait 200, 300,400 and 450) System on Chips (SoC). Krait is the ancestor of Kryo.
There is a much-valued company which, such as Qualcomm, MediaTek, Samsung, Nvidia, provides the ARM (Advanced Risc Machine) that requires designs to create processors. When you go to buy a phone, think of some things, such as the lagging issue, whether the phone will be heat or not, the battery etc. And each problem is somewhat related to the processor. Another thing is, we think that the processor is quadcore or octacore and its speed. Naturally, we thought that the processor’s speed and the core are more then it is the best. But this is not the main thing to compare between two or more brand processors. Now I will discuss what to keep in mind when compared to processors …
1. Architecture: It is very important to compare processors. I have already mentioned that ARM companies offer licenses based on different companies to create processors. In the mobile configuration, we see that CPU Cortex A7, Cortex A9, Cortex A53, Cortex A72 are the CPU’s architecture of the processor that provides ARM. And if the value of these A is high, the quality will be also good. For example A72 much better architecture than A9.
2. Technology: The second thing you should consider is that the processors have been created based on which technology. We also know there are millions/billions of transistors exist in the processors. And the smaller the transistor size, the same area will take more transistors (since all the processor’s fields are same). Now Samsung or Qualcomm or MediaTek have implemented this transistor based on their technology. Even today, most of the processors have brought their transistors size 10nm or closer to 10nm, in one/two years ago, where Samsung used 14nm (nanometer), Qualcomm 20nm, MediaTek 26 / 28nm transistor. Briefly remember that if the transistor size is small, the speed can get so much.
3. Core Number: There is nothing to say about it. Everyone knows that the processor’s core is as higher in number as the speed will increase. For a brief explanation, the processor can do lots of work together at the same time as the core number will increase. Click Here to know more.
4. Speed (GHz): This is actually called clock speed. This means that at a single moment a processor can create an electric wave (which we can call computer processing power). For example, 1 GHz means that the processor can create 10 million times of electric wave that can rotate in 1 second. By the way, the higher the gigahertz, the rate of work in a single time will be higher.
Now come to the end. If the above discussion is similar to my combinations, then the processor will be the best for you. If you take more core, but you won’t take the architecture or technology then it will not fit for you. Here everything is dependent on each other. So, hopefully, you will be benefited slightly in the process of identifying your processor.
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