Qualcomm have clocked their cpu/gpu too fast! They cannot handle the thermal limit.
Each clock cycle generate heat. The faster, the more heat need to be dissipated.
They use the increase clockspeed to mask their speed, and con confused android spec lovers
This issue have already being faced by Apple long long ago. PowerPC vs Intel.. in the end intel won with better watt per performance.
Apple release this mistake, and put in their Chip design. Qualcomm need to change fast, else.. intel is coming for them.
u can increase brightness up to 100 percent in lg l90
u wll hve to enter a code in ur dialpad n thn u can do changes
AnonD-276170, 05 Dec 2014Qualcomm's approach is going to fail, with clock speed approaching 3 GHz. Apple's 6-issue A8 ... moreBut Apple A8 can't run Android on it, so no points on comparing both.
It's will be cathastropical issue if SD late, both nvidia and intel are emerging. Yes, intel not yet there, but he's a great actor on this industry.
Anonymous, 04 Dec 2014Oh.. And you happen to work at Qualcomm and are hundred percent sure it is a rumor started by ... moreWell what do you think, the 810 would have blown the competition away, the s800 has already been a resounding success, my Z Ultra has been running fantastic with it, no other chip can compare to it. The 810 will cement Qualcomm's position as the leader, but it's obvious the competition will do everything it can to stop them, it's all pure jealousy.
Qualcomm's approach is going to fail, with clock speed approaching 3 GHz. Apple's 6-issue A8 is outperforming Snapdragon, and it's gonna get better! No one emphasizes clock speed over efficiency in this time and age. I already ordered my iPhone 6 Plus.
Wow. No SD 810 in 2015. If Intel manage to make broxton with 8gen graphics ready for 2015 this will be awesome.
AnonD-338274, 04 Dec 2014It's not just about the chipset it's also about the OScan be true, any idea on windows devices ?
AnonD-147044, 04 Dec 2014What? Seriously what do you mean with "thermal error"? I never had a smartphone whic... moreyou will get a pop up related to high temperature, sometimes on my LG L90, it wont even allow to increase screen brightness
Which phone do you use ?
Why qualcomm is not concentrating on overheating issues? Even in older qualcomm chipsets.
AnonD-29831, 04 Dec 2014"to deliver high quality chipsets in ever-growing quantities to satisfy consumer demand f... moreSo your comnparing it to IOS then? look how bad that handles power consumption lol
AnonD-130551, 04 Dec 2014That slower core is also more power-efficient than almost every other core out there. You see,... moreNo, the faster cores are more power efficient than the slower cores.
The reason why phone manufacturers use Qualcomm when they have their own design is because of the LTE monopoly.
AnonD-338274, 04 Dec 2014It's not just about the chipset it's also about the OSOS??? How does other devices with same OS not heat up then???
It's probably some inefficient coding on LG's end.
AnonD-147044, 04 Dec 2014the truth is that consumers don't want quality. most consumers are laymen and have no idea wha... moreActually, those products you mentioned are cheap because they are sold close to factory cost prices. The purpose of those products are not to maximize revenue through retail sales, but to increase market share or to sell accessories.
Defects existed, but I believe the ratio was not unusually high.
This is just another disadvantage of having a monopoly situation as we have now with Qualcomm.
We used to have competitors that could potentially have competed and helped in situations like this, such as S-Ericsson, TI, Broadcom etc. However, the destruction of the market caused by consumers moving profits solely to Apple and Samsung in recent years meant they didn't stand a chance. Now that the market is diversifying again I would have thought that there is plenty of room for more players, but it is disappointing that only chappy companies like Mediatek have survived.
AnonD-224552, 04 Dec 2014usually i have seen thermal error on my LG g2 and Lg L90 while using gps for some time along w... moreWhat? Seriously what do you mean with "thermal error"? I never had a smartphone which had the issues you described. they do get warm but that's not a "thermal error".
AnonD-29831, 04 Dec 2014"to deliver high quality chipsets in ever-growing quantities to satisfy consumer demand f... morethe truth is that consumers don't want quality. most consumers are laymen and have no idea what's behind the actual flagships. just take a look at the tech illiterate oneplus one crowd: They don't realize that the actual reason why the one is so cheap is because of great production tolerance. and that's also why some have yellow tinted screen or randomly freeze/crash (faulty ram because even the real bad ones get accepted). that's how you make cheap device. all cheap devices have problems like this, look at nexus 7 2013 touch screen issues. the people think that the device can compete with expensive high end devices since the core components are the same (snapdragon 800, full hd screen and so on). what they don't realize is that those same components vary from piece to piece... and for the cheap phones like the oneplus one they use the bad pieces as well.