Great for Corporation phones
Microsoft’s Continuum feature now supports the mid-range Snapdragon 617 SoC which will make a range of mid-range phones more corporate friendly.
Changing the numbers makes all the difference
Qualcomm has had a sudden brainwave and decided that changing the numbers of its the Snapdragon 620 and 618 to the Snapdragon 652 and 650 will change everything.
14nm FinFET LPP Snapdragon 820 saved its bacon
Qualcomm appears to have had a sudden rash of orders for its chips, leading some to speculate that might be the reason the outfit did not try to hive off its chip business.
Low production capacity
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Intel will not be getting the work for LG’s Nuclun 2 because it lacks the production capacity.
First phones were rushed by partners
The reason that Qualcomm's 810 had heating problems was because the early phones were rushed into production by its business partners before it was ready.
Octa core 14nm Cat 12 LTE modem
Samsung has officially unveiled its second generation FinFET processor and dubbed it Exynos 8890.
Executives firefight a hot-topic
Four Qualcomm VPs and execs absolutely denied that its new Snapdragon 820 was suffering from any thermal issues.
Runs Android 6.0
Qualcomm has shown us the reference devices for the new Snapdragon 820 and the tablet and phone was rather snappy as it ran Android 6.0.
Compared to the Snapdragon 810 SoC
Qualcomm has shown a slide that indicates that the normalized power consumption of a Snapdragon 820 is 30 per cent less than the earlier 810 and could mean batteries lasting a third longer. ..