by April 8, 2014 0 comments

Qualcomm is already planning for 2015 by introducing two more chipsets to the Snapdragon 800 line-up, thereby completing its 64-bit architecture chipset series. The Snapdragon 808 and 810 are based on ARM’s v8-A architecture and combined with Corrtex-A53 and Cortex-A57 CPUs. These chipsets sport smaller nodes that will directly result in lower power consumption and offering longer battery life on devices.

Keeping the future in mind, the 810 SoC offers 4K UHD video support along with an upgraded camera suite using gyro-stabilization and 3D noise reduction. The SoC will offer support to image sensors as high as 55 MP. It consists of four Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53 CPUs in ARM’s big.LITTLE configuration. Also embedded on the 810 is the high speed LPDDR4 memory, another first from Qualcomm for smart devices. For connectivity, devices will get Bluetooth v4.1, USB 3.0, NFC and Qualcomm’s IZat location service support.

The Snapdragon 808 is Qualcomm’s first hexa-core i.e. six-core SoC that clubs two Cortex-A57 CPUs and along with four Cortex-A53 CPUs. This chipset will power mid-range device much like what Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo and still support 2K resolution displays.
The chipsets will make their way to devices like Samsung Galaxy S6 and Nexus 6 among others, part of next year’s line-up.

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