There are not any currently shipping smartphones which utilize the ARM Cortex A-15 architecture. (1) (2) This just demonstrates how poorly informed Android advocates are.
Apple will use the 32 nm process technology they have previously implemented on lower volume devices (AppleTV and iPad 2) but will almost certainly use the same (or better) CPU and GPU as the A5X SOC simply because the SOC can be much smaller using a 32 nm process rather than a 45 nm process and certainly much more efficient as well.
- Agam Shah. Published 19 April 2011.
IDG News. Retrieved 30 August 2012.
- Alexandra Burlacu. Published 11 August 2012
. Samsung's Cortex A15-based Exynos 5 Dual Chip May Pave the Way for 'Retina' Android Devices.
Mobile & Apps. Retrieved 30 August 2012.
I stand corrected. I thought the S4 was using A15 architecture, but it is not. And there's no need for your douchey remark. Though I do like Android, I'm not an Android advocate so much as an advocate for non-ignorance (ironic in this case). I think people should use whatever fits them best, which in my case is a MacBook Pro, an iMac, a Galaxy Nexus, and Nexus 7. I made the decision to purchase those products because of what they offered me instead of what logo was on the box.