Qualcomm isn’t the only one with a new mobile processor on the way. Samsung has just announced the Exynos 8 Octa 8890, the newest in the line of the company’s in-house processors.
This is Samsung’s first processor with an integrated LTE modem, which features Cat.12 download speeds of ... Read More »
Qualcomm has announced its latest mobile processor, the Snapdragon 820. As always, it’s a significant improvement over previous generations of processors, namely the Snapdragon 810. The 810 has been enveloped in controversy, whether legitimate or not, and there’s no doubt Qualcomm wants to get past that.
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Qualcomm has a history of revealing its tech early in order to build interest around it. In typical fashion, the company has just announced the GPU that will be used in the upcoming Snapdragon 820 processor. That GPU happens to be the Adreno 530 and Qualcomm is boasting about some of its benefits. Most notably, ... Read More »
OnePlus has been making a pretty big deal of its use of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 v2.1 processor. The whole point of the v2.1 was to get rid of the previous thermal management issues that Qualcomm claims never existed. Yeah, it’s an utter mess ... Read More »
We’ve all heard about the Snapdragon 810 heat issues. First was the rumor that Samsung was having trouble with the Snapdragon 810 overheating, leading to the company using its own Exynos processor. Read More »
When it comes to mobile processors, one of the biggest names out there is MediaTek, the company known for creating low-cost processors that are frequently used in wallet-friendly devices. Now MediaTek has created a processor that aims to bring both performance and efficiency. The Helio X20 processor is the world’s first mobile processor that ... Read More »
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You’ve probably heard of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 overheating rumors. Samsung shipped its latest flagship, the Galaxy S6, with a homegrown Exynos processor internationally, the first time it had done so since the Galaxy S II. The company pinned the reason on Read More »
Remember the rumor that Samsung was having trouble with the Snapdragon 810? It was said that the Snapdragon 810 was overheating and Samsung would skip the processor to prevent that. Read More »
Qualcomm Snapdragon chips are pretty much the standard here in the U.S. Almost all mobile devices use some level of Snapdragon, whether it be an all powerful Snapdragon 810 or a lowly Snapdragon 410 for budget devices. However, it hasn’t always been this way. Samsung used to use its own in-house Exynos chips with great results ... Read More »
Samsung looks to be going rogue in this year’s processor game. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processor is being regarded as the go-to processor for 2015′s flagship devices. Samsung, however, isn’t biting. Reports have come out stating that the company will be passing on the Snapdragon 810 and instead opting to uRead More »