Benchmark pass suggests that the 64-bit, octa-core Snapdragon 810 has been put into testing

You've probably always suspected as much, but manufacturing quality processors, especially ones small enough to simultaneously fit into a smartphone, and provide enough performance muscle, is darn hard. That's why the Snapdragon 810 -- Qualcomm's next 'flagship' chip -- is still nowhere near market-ready, and won't be until 2015, even though the company announced it months ago. Need proof? Well, the team behind the AnTuTu benchmark just had their first sighting of the new silicon...
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13. tahnik

Posts: 200; Member since: Jul 17, 2011

Shouldn't they think more about improving the single core performance? I mean look at AMD. Intel with 4 cores is still better because the softwares are made that way. I think these companies along with Google should think more about optimizing the software and make the most of single cores so less cores will be needed to run everything smoothly. Less core=less power drain=more battery life

15. engineer-1701d unregistered

since apple is begging samsung to make there new chips they want the 14nm since no one else can do it.

24. Arte-8800

Posts: 4562; Member since: Mar 13, 2014

"Please please Samsung, don't do this to us, without you, we Apple are nothing" please, we will pay you double the revenue.: "Samsung, okay"

32. dratomic

Posts: 483; Member since: Oct 09, 2013

what good is it if its not in note4?

36. 1ceTr0n

Posts: 549; Member since: May 20, 2012

Guess i'll have to wait for Note 5 to have this :(

67. rodneyej1

Posts: 3576; Member since: Jul 06, 2013

It's Ok. The Note 4 is going to be a pretty good device... I want this chip in my next Lumia, but I can wait for it to be in the device after my next one..

68. Arte-8800

Posts: 4562; Member since: Mar 13, 2014

Looking forward on the L1530.

37. JMartin22

Posts: 2370; Member since: Apr 30, 2013

2015 and the Snapdragon 810 are going to rock the tech front with this huge generational leap. Galaxy S6 here I come!

53. medicci37

Posts: 1361; Member since: Nov 19, 2011

I guess The 810 is 20 nm? Was expecting 14nm by the first half of 2015

66. rodneyej1

Posts: 3576; Member since: Jul 06, 2013

All of this arguing is stupid... Just get the device that you like.. Screw everything else. For me, I personally would love to have this new chip in my next Lumia device..

70. Credo

Posts: 749; Member since: Apr 19, 2012

I hope Microsoft will make Windows Phone 64-bit compatible on time, i guess that that will be when Windows Treshold will be released for Phone/Tablet and Desktop....

71. magnum44 unregistered

So we now hear the 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 810 has just been put into testing and still nowhere near market-ready, and won't be until 2015. At the same time we hear/read a Note 4 version will come with a 64-bit Exynos 5433 chipset after two weeks. Both chipsets are based on the same ARM v8 SoC with Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53 cores. All that means that Samsung must have achieved a clear lead and massive leap over Qualcomm on the 64-bit front ... if the Note 4 processors-related rumours proved correct on 3rd September.

72. magnum44 unregistered

No wonder Qualcomm is offering Samsung a discount on the Snapdragon 805 for the Note 4

73. yogeshkumar19

Posts: 5; Member since: Nov 12, 2014

Good read, but I am looking for a detailed performance analysis for qualcomm snapdragon 810
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