It's funny that people complain about Windows Phone hardware when...
.. Intel themselves said that Android quad core is actually damaging performance because of the poorly coded multiplier on Android.
Yet, people (and reviewers) still believe the lie that 4 > 1 or 2 > 1 when in reality, this is not the case.
Bell said, “If you are in a non-power constrained case, I think multiple cores make a lot of sense because you can run the cores full out, you can actually heavily load them and/or if the operating system has a good thread scheduler. A lot of stuff we are dealing with, thread scheduling and thread affinity, isn’t there yet and on top of that, largely when the operating system goes to do a single task, a lot of other stuff stops. So as we move to multiple cores, we’re actually putting a lot of investment into software to fix the scheduler and fix the threading so if we do multi-core products it actually takes advantage of it.
Guess it really tells what reviewers are professional (who focus on the actual usability speed) and what reviewers don't know what they are doing and are easily fooled by Android marketing propaganda who tells you: 4 > 1