Intel Z2580 Clover Trail+ Processor Beats Qualcomm and Exynos Solutions in Tests, Especially in Power Usage

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  • 08 Jun 2013
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  • Intel’s latest application processor in use right now, the Z2580 Clover Trail+ is making big splashes in tests, setting the performance bar quite high. And to think that this is a dual core solution and a quad core one follows…


    Anwyay, there was a recent battery of tests done by ABI Research and involving the Lenovo K900 phablet, powered by this CPU. They compared the Clover Trail+ to the latest Qualcomm, Nvidia and Exynos chipsets. The interesting thing was that while performance was similar, the power draw from the Intel SoC was only 0.85A average current, compared to the 1.38A for the Samsung Exynos 5 Octa and 1.79A for the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600.

    The only area where the Intel chip was lower placed was the performance of video recording. The Galaxy S4 i377 version managed to achieve lower power drain, but not thanks to its CPU, but rather to the separate image processor made by Fujitsu. This means that Intel is focusing on both performance and power drainage, good news for future generation of chipsets to come…


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