In an attempt to make smartphones even better and more powerful, companies like Apple and Samsung invest in instruments with dual-core or quad-core for better applications may have improved performance. However, Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia believes that this may not be a good idea.
In an interview with the Yangcheng Evening News, Elop was adamant. ”Multi-coreprocessors spend more power and are not useful to the consumer in most of the time,” he said. To prove that he is right, the company launched a challenge in China to show that even a phone with a core processor can perform simple tasks at the same speed as a multi core.
He said the result was that at no time smartphones the company lost for modelsequipped with Android or iOS. With this, the company does not mean that products withmulti-core processor are unnecessary, but for the most part they do not represent a differential for use in everyday consumer.