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Re: according to system monitor app
You have a quadcore ( and 4 more lower clocking cores or something like that I think for Samsung phone, anyway it's still a quadcore in my book.)
It tries to use least cores as needed to save battery. The behavior of how the CPU should utilize it self and how often the CPU should throttle itself can be determined by the CPU "governor", there are different ones ranging from battery saving to performance where all cores are active at all time. You can't change the governor without root though.
Some people argue that forcing more cores to run more often save battery life since the phone finish tasks sooner, but for me forcing 4 cores to run all the time just eats up battery if anything.
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