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some information about orange san diego

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hi i want to konw what is (PowerVR / Tegra 2 / Mali / Adreno) which one san diego uses ?? and what is armv5 armv6 and armv7 ?? is it the kind of the application? is there other kinds ?? does san diego run those kind of apps??

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PowerVR,Mali and Adreno are GPU's , GPU is graphical Processing Unit and Tegra is an SoC, SoC is System on a Chip, ARMv5 , ARMv6 and ARMv7 are different instruction set, newer revisions are for newer processor, and are just better (well thats my take anyway), the San Diego uses a PowerVR GPU an SGX540 to be exact

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think you dear freind is orange san diego able to run armv7 apps?

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i believe so, but dont take my word for it as i dont own one

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it's ok think you my freind :)

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very welcome

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PowerVR,Mali and Adreno are GPU's , GPU is graphical Processing Unit and Tegra is an SoC, SoC is System on a Chip, ARMv5 , ARMv6 and ARMv7 are different instruction set, newer revisions are for newer processor, and are just better (well thats my take anyway), the San Diego uses a PowerVR GPU an SGX540 to be exact

You are correct in that the San Diego has a PowerVR SGX540 @400mhz GPU in its SoC.

ARMv5 , ARMv6 and ARMv7 are different revisions of the ARM CPU architecture. The San Diego has an Intel Atom (x86) CPU not an ARM CPU.

There is plenty of info on the SoC / CPU in this phone if you Google it.

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think you dear freind is orange san diego able to run armv7 apps?

I would read this:

http://www.anandtech...edfield-phone/3

This explains the ARM app compatibility better than I could in a few minutes. The Xolo x900 is effectively the same phone as the San Diego

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Ok thank you very mush very good informations you have thaks ;)

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