MOBILE PROCESSORS explained - Everything to know about mobile processors



In this post, I will describe all basic terms related to mobile processors or phone processors. It has been seen that there are many doubts regarding them while purchasing a new phone. So, here is the explanation of mobile processors.

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                        MOBILE PROCESSORS explained - Everything to know about mobile processors  

 

What is ARM Cortex A-53, A-55, A-75, A-76, etc. ?

Basically, ARM is a company that provides the architectural design to various processor manufacturing companies like Qualcomm, Mediatek to make processors and these architectures are named as Cortex A-53, A-76, etc. 
In general, the higher the number better is architectural design.

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MOBILE PROCESSORS explained - Everything to know about mobile processors

What is Dual-core, Quad-core, Octa-core?

Cores are the measurement of work to be carried out by the processors. If it is Dual core then it can perform two tasks simultaneously, if it is quad core then it can perform four tasks simultaneously and similarly octa-core can perform eight tasks simultaneously.

What is 2.1 GHz, 1.8 GHz, etc. ?

If a processor is clocked at 'X' GHz then that processor can perform X billion  tasks in one second. So, 2.1 GHz processor can do 2.1 billions of tasks in one second.

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MOBILE PROCESSORS explained - Everything to know about mobile processors


What is 10 nm, 14 nm, 7 nm?

nm stands for nanometre. If a processor is 7 nm then the transistor involved in making that processor is of size 7 nm. Similarly, the 14 nm processor has transistors of size 14 nm.
So, the processor will be better if it is better in all four aspects. 

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