Evolution of Processor Architecture in Mobile Phones

  title={Evolution of Processor Architecture in Mobile Phones},
  author={Mahendra Pratap Singh and Manoj Kumar Jain},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Applications},
  • M. Singh, M. Jain
  • Published 3 January 2014
  • Computer Science, Art
  • International Journal of Computer Applications
Mobile phone has become a vital component of our daily life. Technological advancements have resulted in significant changes in the processor architecture of mobile phones; transforming the typical mobile phones of 1990’s to modern smart phones. The design and deployment of mobile processors over the years is largely affected by Communication, performance, and low-power operation. The transition from analog to digital telephony has resulted in mobile devices delivering a wide range of data… 

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