A 2 GHz Android Phone In The Works?

Posted: Jun 10 2010, 8:13pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:40pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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Motorola is reportedly working on a new Android phone that would incorporate a stunningly impressive 2 GHz processor, one that's twice as powerful as any other Android device or even the latest iPhone.
According to an article on Conceivably Tech, the head of Motorola, Sanjay Jha, said that he hopes to have a 2 GHz Android phone out by the end of this year.

Right now, there isn't even such a thing as a 2 GHz mobile processor. In fact, the so-called "Snapdragon" processor is only 1 GHz, and that's relatively new. It's in the Evo 4G and the latest iPhone also only has 1 GHz.

Perhaps the phone maker has some inside info that we don't, or maybe it's just shooting for the sky. Regardless, the company's success with the Droid has landed Motorola in a nice spot in the mobile sector for the time being.

I think everyone will wait and see how far they can go with a 1 GHz processor for now.

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