When Tomcat and its competitors hit the market with more powerful processors, there’s still room for more
Posted On July 25, 2021
Tomcat is known for its high-end processor offerings.
The company has been in the smartphone business for years and launched the new X3 line with a Snapdragon 801 processor that the company claims has “the same number of cores as a quad-core iPhone 5s.”
The X3 is priced at $1,199 and runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.
Tomcat also released the X3 Turbo, a lower-end model that has a quad core Snapdragon 815 processor.
Both of these processors have been clocked at up to 1.7GHz, with a clock speed of 1.8GHz.
But there are a few things that make the X5 series of processors different from the X7 and X5s: the X4 series of chips have an extra CPU core, and the X6 series of cores have two extra cores.
Tomcats X5 Turbo processor is clocked up to 2.2GHz and has a clock rate of 2.4GHz.
Tomatrons X6 Turbo processor runs at 2.3GHz, and has four extra cores, and a clock frequency of 2GHz.
Both processors have 4GB of RAM.
Tomcat also announced that it has partnered with Qualcomm for a new line of processors.
The X5 and X6 chipsets have an 8-core and 16-core CPU, respectively.
The new X6 is clamped at 1.9GHz, while the X2 and X3 are clamped to 1,965 and 1,950MHz respectively.
In terms of clock speeds, the X8, X8 Turbo, and X8 Ultra are all clocked between 1.1GHz and 1.2 GHz.