Some info on the OMAP4430

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 3' started by tonydelite, Jul 3, 2011.

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    I was doing some research, bc I think the droid 3 is going to be my next phone. I looked up the OMAP4430 (Droid3 chipset) and found out some exciting information:

    I'm really curious about the Cortex M3 cores used to increase power efficiency. Hopefully this, combined with a lack of LTE will give this phone pretty decent battery life.
     
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    This is really cool news especially the right SOC config to fully support 1080p recording and playback. Now all you need is a 32GB Class 10 microSD card, especially since we won't get one in the box, thanks Verizon. You do know that the list price will likely be $449.99 even though it has no memory card.
     
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    D3 using 4430, Bionic 4460.... wtf is going to be using the 4470?
     
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    Perhaps the first Moto phone with ICS in it, 720p display etc. my guess is CES 2012 announcement with a fall 2012 release by Moto since they cannot get anything out on time. Hello Moto, where is the Bionic, its been 6 months.
     
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    I'm curious about this as well. If they can deliver a significant increase in performance along with a significant increase in battery life I may consider giving up my og Droid regardless of no 4g. The fact that 4g isn't in my area (Kansas City) makes it a little easier of a decision.

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