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Executive said that the Japanese company to launch a smartphone with quad-core processor is not in the plans this year.
If anyone expected a new version of the Sony Xperia Play (also known as PlayStation Phone) or other device that was created with more powerful processor and enhanced graphics capabilities, a news-related Sony will leave them discouraged. One industry executive for Mobile Communications Sony told CNET that there are no plans for smartphones quad-core in 2012.
The main reason for the wait, according to Stephen Sneeden (manager of product marketing at Sony Mobile), is the lack of confidence in batteries that were good enough to meet the needs imposed by a more powerful processor. But he is emphatic that the architecture ARM Cortex A15 dual-core can go up against the chip Tegra 3 quad-core.
For completeness, Sony executives also said that currently there is no need for a quad-core processor in a smartphone. In 2013, the Japanese company may change their plans and take the new architecture. Sneeden was clear: "When it`s time, we will make the correct move to quad-core."