Snapdragon 800 in the Spotlight

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Owner of Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One are having the great pleasure to use the latest version of quad-core processor from Qualcomm. Having the opportunity to extract some news in the discussion with Qualcomm we found out that a new tech will come around, the next chip, Snapdragon 800. Even if we had some clue about the thing that 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 mobile processor is coming from a moment to another we hadn’t had the exact blink. We have a confirmation regarding the LG G2 which is expected to come in August, that the handset will come with Snapdragon 800. Same thing can be spelled about Sony Xperia Z Ultra.

Our source helps us to bear away any trace of doubt with this statement “Virtually every global OEM with a premium-tier smartphone is designing it with a Snapdragon 800, which we’ll see in the coming months” made by Murthy Renduchintala, EVP of Qualcomm Technologies. This became a certitude after and I think all doubts gone away. Thinking about Samsung, it came a drawing in my mind which looks like Galaxy Note 3 will be one of the new bearer of Snapdragon 800 and on the next releases as well. The Galaxy S4 came with the Snapdragon 600 and I can say the next ones from Samsung will use the new Snapdragon 800.

Snapdragon 800

Snapdragon 800

It was also mentioned that we can expect a front-end support for their RF360 platform, which offers global 2G/3G/4GLTE support under the same roof. This second quarter of the year come with important changes, technology development and important device releases for all of us. It is a great feeling to have all these impressive choices around you and all the time something new to come. Makes you feel alive and keep your curiosity awake. Don’t lose any of it!

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