No Original Tuning of Qualcomm or Android for Snapdragon 8
Today, Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo’s cell phone business in China, posted that the recent reviews about tuned Snapdragon 8 Gen1 are very hot and Moto Edge X30 has been compared many times.
He said there is no original tuning of Qualcomm or Android for Snapdragon 8 Gen1, the optimization of performance is carried out by each manufacturer according to their products, basically from pass to excellent merit. The Moto Edge X30 part is doing pretty well so far.
Here, Chen Jin clarifies a few concepts:
- The optimization of the entire performance of the cell phone is carried out by each manufacturer according to their products, in terms of the basic from pass to excellent merit embodiment. From all kinds of reviews, Moto Edge X30 does not lose any rival multiple comparisons, it seems that this part we do not do badly. There is also no original tuning of Android (just a common operating system only, compatible with each chip platform rather than output tuning scheme, not to mention that Android 12 was released much earlier than Snapdragon 8).
- Moto engineers on the Snapdragon 8 tuning style is more similar to the style of the suit thugs: daily applications such as reading novels, playing video, and other applications that do not require high computing power, we try to save energy. When it comes to big games, heavy rendering applications, we fire up the power. Such a balance, but also for our X30 won a relatively good balance of standby time and high performance, you can feel.
- Heat dissipation: We increase the total area of carbon nanotubes and graphite cooling modules through multiple thermal sensing technologies to balance the weight and heat generation of the whole machine – without limiting the Snapdragon 8 performance release, but also to bring good temperature control performance. This, you can feel our excellence in daily use and media reviews. As for the practice of constantly opening the limit test 30 times in a row, which is more similar to an extreme challenge, we admit that this is almost non-existent in the actual user scenario, and, in the test, our product also survived without a dead machine.
It is worth mentioning that the Moto Edge X30 is still the world’s cheapest Snapdragon 8 model, with a starting price of only 2,999 yuan, even lower than some manufacturers’ previous generation Snapdragon 888 prices.