Qualcomm teaser all but confirms blazing Snapdragon 810 for the HTC One M9
posted by Daniel P. / Feb 25, 2015, 4:02 AM
Moreover, the changing clock is not hard to read either - it goes from showing 8:10, or Snapdragon 810, to swapping 10:08 with 10:09. Well, it seems that we will be witnessing a change in the processor guard from the HTC One (M8) to the One M9, and HTC's handset will be one of the very few with Qualcomm's finest chipsets when it gets announced later this week.
- Display 5.0" 1080 x 1920 pixels
- Camera 20 MP / 4 MP front
- Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, Octa-core, 2000 MHz
- Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
- Battery 2840 mAh(21.7h 3G talk time)
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At this point, 810 is not a pro, it's a con.
posted on Feb 25, 2015, 4:16 AM 18
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posted on Feb 25, 2015, 4:24 AM 0
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"Unfortunately, the LG G Flex2 being the first adopter of the S810 hardware, would be a prime example of the new chipset pros and cons. Our impression is that the LG G Flex2 got really warm while running a game, or even a benchmark app, for that matter. We also noticed, that when running benchmarks, its performance dropped after the first run, suggesting there is some sort of CPU performance throttling taking place when the temperature rises. The performance penalty amounted to about 20% and it restored back to normal only after the phone had the chance to cool off." This what GSMARENA had to say after reviewing the G Flex 2.
posted on Feb 25, 2015, 4:40 AM 7
The M9 won't have nearly the same issues as the flex 2. The flex 2 has no option to prevent heating rather than throttling. However, the M9 can easily dissipate the heat as it's metal, hence no need to throttle down. The bigger concern is battery though. This dissipating heat would still produce heat and hence waste energy.
posted on Feb 25, 2015, 4:58 AM 3
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True, better thermal design doesn't solve problem, it allow performance but would waste energy even more, if anything device with throttled sd 810 would have better battery life albeit with worse performance.
posted on Feb 25, 2015, 6:11 AM 0
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This makes 7420 a pro for the Galaxy S6. QC's SD800 was the best IMO
posted on Feb 25, 2015, 7:25 AM 0
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I think the 805 was the best.
posted on Feb 25, 2015, 7:58 AM 0
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Can we just say that samsung made the 5433 not as good as if it was the only cpu in the note4 (I.e. If they use it in there new tabs we looking at real power) to make the 805 look good, if they remove the problems linked to it I.e. Call it 7415 and add ddr4 and 64 bit mode, it's game over for the 810 even at 20nm, the 14nm of the 7420 makes it so it got dev hardware power in a small phone, it's a game changer big time, it's gpu doa the 810 without even trying
posted on Feb 25, 2015, 9:47 AM 0
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