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It's 12% larger. The wildcard is how much energy the SoLux display consumes. In non-mobile applications it's twice as efficient as incandescent bulbs. It's never been used in a mobile device before so all 12% of the extra battery life could be used by the display or it could consume half the energy of existing displays furthering the M7's battery life. We'll have to wait until it gets tested to know the impact.
It’s supposed to be released Q1 and it would be fantastic for HTC if they could score being the launch customer with the M7. The XZ is using the same SoC as the DNA/Butterfly and I’d guess LG’s 1080P device will too. 600 will be far more effective against Exynos Octa. Here’s an interesting article where Qualcomm’s CEO describes what Samsung’s trying to do with Octa and why.
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