With 115 Snapdragon 820-based devices in development, Qualcomm's chip will be almost everywhere11
At the conference, Qualcomm demonstrated the current crop of high-end smartphones with Snapdragon 820 at their heart – the Galaxy S7 edge, LG G5, and flagships by Chinese brands like Xiaomi (Mi 5), Lenovo (ZUK Z2 Pro), LeEco (Le Max 2), and Vivo (Xplay 5 Ultimate). It also showed off a piece of VR equipment – the splendidly orange Pico Neo headset and controller, as well as a car with a Snapdragon 820A-based tablet dashboard. The 820A is a version of the flagship processor designed for smart cars, featuring an embedded software platform and support for QNX, Apple's Car Play, and Google's Android Auto.
With smartphone development having very much peaked, it feels nice that we have other revolutionary technological developments to look forward to. It's safe to say Qualcomm's chips and embedded software will play their part in whatever tech revolution is on the rise.
source: MyDrivers (Translated)