I just read about the new Samsung Galaxy Note Edge having a 2.7 GHz quad-core processor and 3GB of RAM.
The laptop I bought last year by HP is 4 GB of RAM and 2.3 GHz quad-core and my iMac is even older and is 2.5 GHz i5.
Does this mean that the new Samsung gadget is more powerful than my desktop?
Is the 2.7 GHz the same kind of GHz as non-mobile devices (is it scaled up, or compared, etc.)?
Why, in terms of power, do modern computers not have two of those Samsung quad-core processors running in parallel pushing out 5.4 GHz processing power for the amount of electrical energy as two Galaxy Note batteries?