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You're wrong. Tegra 2 is the only dual-core processor that's out right now, so you're not going to be seeing HTC or Samsung bring out dual-core phones anytime soon. I don't see Tegra 2 getting too many implementations outside of tablets and LG or Motorola phones. The real problem lies with Qualcomm, who won't be releasing a dual-core chip until Q3. Samsung and HTC rely on Qualcomm for almost all of their processors.
Originally Posted by Raptor007
HTC is, by far, the most prolific manufacturer of Android devices. Whatever they do will become the standard practice for the years to come.
Why is 768MB of RAM needed? I don't quite get why there needs to be a ridiculous amount of RAM when Android isn't a memory hungry OS. 512MB is going to be just fine for the foreseeable future. Without the Atrix, no one would have even thought to put 1GB of RAM in a phone right now. The Thunderbolt has 768MB, but I'm guessing that it's last-gen DRAM that is slower than DDR2.