Modern Combat 5 To Be Optimized For MT6592, Octa-Core Smartphone Chip

Modern Combat 5 To Be Optimized For MT6592, Octa-Core Smartphone Chip

Nov 20, 2013

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MT6592 is called the “first true octa-core smartphone chip”, octa-core here meaning it consists from eight different chips to give an extra computing power to whatever it’s stuck into. It’s not yet released, but people already think that it has some potential. Gameloft has announced that the new Modern Combat, coming to fruition next year, will be optimized to bring the best possible graphics and immersion when launched on MT6592. More information about the processor can be found here: MT6589 on MediaTek Website.

SystemPanel App / Task Manager Review

SystemPanel App / Task Manager Review

Aug 24, 2010

Ever wonder just how much ram is being used by your apps? How about what speed your processor is running at RIGHT now? Want to magically increase your battery life with one simple click? Sorry that last one just ‘aint gonna happen. SystemPanel App will certainly tell you whats going on with your Android phone, though—and in great detail at that. However, just what use it holds, especially with the changes in the way Froyo manages memory, is not really clear.

The SystemPanel app has a gauge on its main screen for just about every aspect of your phone’s internals. At the top, there are pie charts for CPU percentage, memory, and storage, along with bars with CPU clock clock speed, and network traffic. These gauges update in real time—just do some scrolling in the app and you’ll see the CPU gauge jump up. Prominently displayed below that is a list of active applications and their memory usage. At the bottom there are three large buttons: one for refreshing the data, end all tasks, and menu.