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Qualcomm Announces Next- Generation Snapdragon 810 and 808 Processors

Qualcomm Announces Next- Generation Snapdragon 810 and 808 Processors

Qualcomm has taken the wraps off the latest mobile processors in 2014, Snapdragon 808 and the Snapdragon 810.

Both these processors are 64-bit processors and as they are the latest, its the fastest performing processors to date.

Acoording to, Murthy Renduchintala, executive vice president, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.:The announcement of the Snapdragon 810 and 808 processors underscore Qualcomm Technologies’ continued commitment to technology leadership and a time-to-market advantage for our customers for premium tier 64-bit LTE-enabled smartphones and tablets. These product announcements, in combination with the continued development of our next-generation custom 64-bit CPU, will ensure we have a tremendous foundation on which to innovate as we continue to push the boundaries of mobile coputing performance in the years to come.

Snapdragon 808

The Snapdragon 808 processors is mainly designed to support mobile displays upto WQXGA which features a 2560 x 1600 pixels and comes with Adreno 418 GPU. The quad core Cortex A52 CPU has been paired with two ARM Cortex A57 cores. It also ocmes with a 12-bit dual image signal processors, 4k external video and support for LPDDR3.

Snapdragon 810

The 810 version offers support for 4K Ultra HD Video which is designed to produced 4K video content at 30 frames/second with Full HD video in 1080p at 120 frames/second. It too comes with a quad core Cortex A52 CPU which has been paired with two ARM Cortex A57 cores and features a high speed LPDDR4 RAM.

For more information regarding these new processors head to Qualcomm!

Let’s wait and see which smartphones would be having these under their hood!

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