Snapdragon 810 64-bit 4GB LP-DDR4 dev platforms available

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    Will this be ready for the Galaxy S6? I can't see Samsung doing a carry over processor from 2014 in their 2015 flagship, and this will have high marketability in restoring the Galaxy line to the top of the food chain after losing ground this year.
     
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    the galaxy s line has disappointed for a while so I'm just going to go on a limb and say that it won't
     
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    Looks like sampling availability for the 810 is set for the first half of 2015, so devices should be shipping out by by mid q3 2015.

    I don't think it will be ready for devices launching at MWC in February, shipping in q2 15.
    I'm pretty sure the 810 Will be used in the Galaxy note 5 And lg g4.

    Im not entirely sure about the s6, wsj is reporting terrible s5 sales so Samsung might keep the s6 in the oven a little longer and ship the device in q3 15 instead of q2 15.
     
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    The 810 is using native arm cores so samsung already has this very same chips out now.

    Its in the exynos note 4 but with 64 bit disabled in the kernel

    It was also the first phone to use there new 20nm fab so the gs6 will just get the same 5433 soc but renamed exynos 7 and enable 64 bit
     
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    Nice. :D

    Can't say for sure, but that sure looks like a Touch(not swipe) finger print reader on the back.
     
  8. mi7chy thread starter macrumors 68040

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    This will be the upgrade of all upgrades. A true 64-bit with 4GB DRAM and not the f:apple:ke 64-bit with 1GB that suffers browser tab reloads, premature background app closures and low memory crashes. Qualcomm should just slap Nexus on these devices and sell them on the Google Play store. :D
     
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    Snapdragon 810 will be used in the upcoming Spring lineup of flagship phones;

    - HTC One M9
    - Galaxy S6
    - OnePlus Two

    All of the above phones expected to have QHD displays, most likely 5.2" / 5.3" screen size.
     
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    Add

    Sony Z4
    LG G4
     
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    That will be $999 :)
     
  13. mi7chy thread starter macrumors 68040

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    Only if you want the best but if you can't afford it get the cheaper and inferior iPad. ;)
     
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    Than by all means tell me about it when yours comes in. ;)

    I just bought myself a 128 gb iPad Air 2, it comes to about $1034 (uk), can't wait for it to arrive.
     
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    It's interesting that they are not using their own CPUs for this but reference ARM designs instead.
     
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    Don't forget 802.11ad and BeiDou support, although all Snapdragon x10 devices will support that.

    The only thing disappointing is the screen. Instead of that needlessly high resolution, they should work on increasing the latency of it. That's where Apple still beats everybody. But I guess until Apple makes some advancement and announces it in their press conference, no other manufacturer will do it.

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    Did not have time. Apple hit them with the 64-bit bomb and they scrambled for an answer.

    The one after 810 (815?) should be an in-house, tuned Snapdragon.
     
  17. skratch77 macrumors 65816

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    Amoled screens have the fastest response times and latency.

    The note 3 was the fastest and now the note 4 is even faster to support vr
     
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    Sorry, I shouldn't said touch latency, not screen latency.
     
  19. skratch77 macrumors 65816

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    Doesn't matter as they are now faster in both starting with the note 3
     
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    Do you know how many ms' is the latency? I couldn't find it on the Internets.

    It'll be awesome when they get down to 1ms, like in this Microsoft video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOvQCPLkPt4

    Writing on them will really be like on paper.
     
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    Anand said the note 4 was under 20ms
     

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