kerginaldo, 02 Mar 2015Maybe Samsung can have any surprise soon: http://blog.gsmarena.com/samsung-demoes-first-10nm-f... moreYup. Qualcom I think is a little better at custom cores, but Samsung is a lot better with chip fabrication and die shrinks.
Maybe Samsung can have any surprise soon: http://blog.gsmarena.com/samsu...ahead-intel/
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2015Hmm, you might want to check out how the latest Exynos 7 fares against the SD 810 before sayin... moreYup. And up to the Note 2 Samsung Exynos had stronger performance. It was with S3 and on until now with the S6 that they used Qualcom globally for LTE support and experimenting with new Exynos variations. Which is why Samsung has the lead now.
Though Qualcom's next chip will show they are no slouch whether it's this or something in between. That's what I think.
melds, 02 Mar 2015This chipset available for phone at least in 2016
New Exynos will crush this again with 10nm ... moreI mostly agree with you. However if this won't be ready until early 2016...which is speculation...plausible, but speculation.
Then is it possible that the S815/S818 or whatever will be the next jump in generation and the S820 could be the ARMv76...70 something number.... Next set of ARMv8 cores?
Or do you really think Qualcom will be that far behind? Though even if that late with the right optimizing and strong enough GPU it could make up for it.
The S810 is behind yes, but powerful none the less. It just seems like it was just a tight spot on qualcom in the shift from custom A9's over to full powered A57s to come later on.
And I respect what they did in optimizing the A9s as far as they did. It's resourceful and dramatically less wasteful. And it took lots of work I think.
This is going to a beast which will beat the shit out of Samsung exynos and any other competition for that matter.
mas39, 02 Mar 2015Qualcomm have done it again, always leading by example, the exynos chipset won't get anywhere ... moreHmm, you might want to check out how the latest Exynos 7 fares against the SD 810 before saying that.
The SD 810 is still built on 20nm while the Exynos one is built on 14nm, which gives the latter an advantage in performance, temperature and battery consumption.
The benchmarks also show that the Exynos 7 is far ahead of the competition in most categories.
So who's leading exactly?
mas39, 02 Mar 2015Qualcomm have done it again, always leading by example, the exynos chipset won't get anywhere ... moreThis chipset available for phone at least in 2016
New Exynos will crush this again with 10nm architecture
lol at the butthurt qualcomm cronies. Exynos 7 has already bested the 820 and the latter isn't even out yet. And by the time it is, there will have been an even better exynos chip. Who's to say even mediatek won't make it big by that time too. The era of snapdragon dominance is over. Deal with it.
radioactive7, 02 Mar 2015Trolling or serious?Serious with a pinch of imagination.
Doug, 02 Mar 2015Qualcomm should have this chip on the Note 5! Snapdragon 820 and 4 GB RAM!upvotes!!! pls note5, come out with sd820!
Qualcomm have done it again, always leading by example, the exynos chipset won't get anywhere near this nor any other competitor. As usual Qualcomm rules!
Qualcomm should have this chip on the Note 5! Snapdragon 820 and 4 GB RAM!
james79, 02 Mar 2015Lol... I wish they wouldn't announce these chipset just as the latest version has only just be... moreTotally agree. It seems as though Qualcomm is just announcing newer chipsets to seemingly remain ahead of the curve. But by the time the 820 is ready for mass production. They'll undoubtedly be announcing a 825 or 830, so on & so fourth. It's virtually the same mistake Sony made with it's 6 month flagship release cycle. It undermines any current product available from said company.
Ayush01, 02 Mar 2015Wohh SD810 is obsolete already :PAnnouncing new chipset doesn't mean its obsolete. We havan idea of Intel's roadmap up to 2018. That doesn't mean that the processors that come out this year are already obselete
Night-Fury, 02 Mar 2015Damn,I wish they'd release it with devices this year itself. OnePlus Two with a snapdragon 820... moreNot 1080p man cmon. You can't say that the GPU can't handle the strain. That was maybe true till snapdragon 801 (don't remember the GPU). The only argument here is battery life. And if they manage to charge from 0-100 in 30 minutes, that problem is also solved. If you stay out longer than 10 hours then you really have no excuse for not carrying a power bank.
Even new devices with 810's that haven't been released yet are old now. You will pay BIG money for older 810 technology in the next few weeks when all the new phones such as M9 S6 Z4 G4 come out lol. Like sheep lead to the slaughter you will buy them.
My advice is to stick to mid range phones that way you already know they are not high end but perform very reasonably.