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[Q] Considering to buy a Moto G, but I have some questions

2nd June 2014, 09:51 PM |#11  
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There isn't and the cores in the Xperia L are actually better performing than the ones in the S400.
Android is not that up to par to effectively manage more than 2 threads anyways. With the current resource management it's actually sometimes better to have less cores/threads.

Anyway, the OP has made his choice, which he won't regret.

Lol, ive used the Xperia L and it is sluggish compared to the Moto G and my Sensation (Custom rom), it also heats up pretty bad.
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Lol, ive used the Xperia L and it is sluggish compared to the Moto G and my Sensation (Custom rom), it also heats up pretty bad.

Next time debloat it well and it won't be sluggish...
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