What is the difference between mediatek MT6589 and Snapdragon S4 Pro?

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  1. Guest

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    #2 Guest, Jun 13, 2014
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    I want to buy a sony xperia phone and am wanting to buy xperia c
    but my friends tell me that mediatek processors are bad and told me to go for a phone with snapdragon processor phone, i wanna know how these two processors of phones of my choices different from each other.
     
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    #3 Anonymous, Jun 14, 2014
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    Hi Sherwin,
    Snapdragon S4 Pro beats


    Hi Sherwin,
    Snapdragon S4 Pro beats MT6589 a great deal,

    • SnapD has got better GLBenchmark score 132 fps vs 30 fps, this is 4.5 times better
    • SnapD this has got more L2 Cache 2 Mb vs 1 Mb.
    • SD's got faster clock speed 1.5 GHz vs. 1.2 GHz
    • Delivers a better browsing experience, has a browsermark score 2555 vs 1759, i.e. 45% better than mediatek

    Undoubtedly snapdragon is a better processor.
     
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    What do you mean by

    What do you mean by L2 cache, why not L1 cache or L3 cache
     
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    #5 Anonymous, Jun 14, 2014
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    Good question Sherwin,

    Cache is a


    Good question Sherwin,

    Cache is a component present within a cpu that stores data that is used quite often and it is stored in a different component than just storing it in the hard drive so that it can be accessed faster

    A CPU has 3 cache's, the first one is Level 1 or L0 cache, then L1, then L2.
    The L0 cache is the primary one, usually the same size and so is L1
    The one that differs is L2 cache, this is why we compare the L2 cache

    More of this provides more pre-loaded data for apps and hence good performance.
     

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