TSMC foundry, where the 810 chipsets are currently being hammered out. The initial heat-dissipation issues at peak frequencies have been dealt with, he advises, and TSMC will be shipping perfectly fine silicon to its customers. The real production ramp-up of the new batches, however, is not expected until mid-March, so that's when all those flagships with Snapdragon 810 that will be announced around the MWC expo, are expected to launch at the earliest.Some more water in this rumor mill was poured by a Chinese analyst with ties to the
Does this mean that Galaxy S6 will ship with an Exynos 7 Octa processor, but subsequent batches might employ Snapdragon 810 in certain regions? That remains to be seen, yet if Samsung feels it finally has the weapon to take on Qualcomm, it might stick with Exynos for a while.