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Aug 1, 2013

Motorola Details the X8 Computing System

Last month, mobile phone maker Motorola made official a new series of devices set to land on shelves as part of the popular DROID lineup at Verizon Wireless, all powered by a new chip, the Motorola X8, which the vendor calls a computing system, and which has just gotten detailed.

The new system packs a setup of eight processors, and is expected to power the Moto X smartphone that should become official as soon as today, a recent article on PCMag notes. Motorola X8 arrives with a dual-core CPU from Qualcomm, a quad-core processor, a single-core nature language processor, and a single contextual CPU, SlashGear explains. All of them work together to deliver a better user experience, it seems.

However, Iqbal Arshad, Motorola's senior vice president of engineering, told PCMag that the company had actually customized the chips and had also tweaked the firmware so as to provide hardware-software optimizations to increase the overall performance of smartphones.

Motorola's new DROID lineup
Image credits to Verizon


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