On news of the HTC Edge, there havebeen rumors it could be the first quad-core phone with the market.This is cool and I would enjoy to have one, but there appears to beone little string that few people are burying about. Will the device,and the operating system finally, be capable to bring advantage ofthe crabbed up unit within?
Watch, for those who do notexperience, hypothetically allows say we could run Android with anovel top of the line computer I purchased from HP. Today, I have 8GBof RAM, a jumbo 160GB SSD, disk drive, etc... While, can Androidbring advantage of the elements? One reason this thought arrives intoquestion is because there is already a small hidden software limitwith mobile when it arrives to micro SD cards.
With anyAndroid device, the biggest card that it backups is 32GB. Also whileI hypothetically keep a 64 GB card in the phone, it will just realizeit as a 32GB card.
Therefore now I arrive rear to thequestion, can the operating system bring advantage of the components?Also while I run with an 8GB RAM stick, will that speed upperformance? Or will the operating system however bring advantage ofjust a maximum of 2GB? Identical goes on the processor, do anyAndroid devices really bring advantage of the processor speeds ofthat a dual-
Therefore, what is your peoples bring with this? Doyou think the phones will be capable to bring advantage of these orwill it be few thing that will just have it is full potentialunlocked 6 months down the road?