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ARMed and dangerous, Mate: Huawei slips new Cortex cores into Samsung Note killer

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I'm not looking for that in a phone, but that in a single-board computer would be real nice!

Been doing a bit with ARM lately, and the ability for my host's CPU to be able to natively execute the binaries that run on the target machines would make software development a breeze.

The way x86 is shrinking into highly integrated blobs like the Nuc, laptops and all-in-one desktops, moving across to a beefy ARM SoC isn't that much of a big step, and it's not like I'm carrying legacy baggage like Microsoft software around anyway.

So there you go Huawei, a product idea: consider taking that SoC and sticking it on a RPi clone.

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