Galaxy S6 Snapdragonless?
Qualcomm released its quarterly earnings yesterday and in the process the chipmaker confirmed one of its large customers will not use the Snapdragon 810.
Unless you give it to Samsung
LG has dismissed reports claiming that Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 810 flagship SoC is suffering from overheating issues.
Too bad most of it is fake
A new Qualcomm roadmap leak has emerged and so far the alleged roadmap has been carried by a number of tech sites. Too bad most of it is fake.
Tried it, didn’t like it, will use its own SoC instead
Samsung appears to have ditched Qualcomm for the upcoming Galaxy S flagship. According to Bloomberg, the company will use its own silicon instead.
With 64-bit Snapdragon 615 or 32-bit Exynos 5430
Samsung has now finally and officially unveiled its Galaxy A7 which comes with 6.3mm thick metal unibody and will be available in two different versions, with a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 SoC or a 32-bit Exynos 5430 SoC.
Rumours from China suggest that the chip designer Mediatek is apparently on the verge of launching 10- and 12-core system on chips.
This is where the graphics industry is going
We had a few dozen meetings at CES 2015 with many interesting people and close friends over the last week and we came to a conclusion that 4K and Virtual Reality will play a big role in 2015 and the future of computer graphics.
Needs potty training
Chipmaker Qualcomm told CES in Las Vegas what we already guessed – that the Internet of Things is still a long way off.
LTE Category 9 Carrier Aggregation testing on EE
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 will end up in most of high-end phones next year and along with its eight 64-bit cores it has a quite powerful modem too. The new modem supports Category 9 Carrier Aggregation and peaks speeds of 410 Mbits over three 20MHz LTE carriers.
On track, commercial devices in first half of 2015