nemesh73, 27 Jan 2015how can a device that doesen't do anything overheat?Congrats for your mars mission with the help of your smartphone .
Zoop, 27 Jan 2015Said nobody ever.bro do you even read other news articles?or do you just come here to write comments that make you look like a complete and utter idiot?the exynos 7420 absolutely annihilates the s810 in both single and multicore performance!the articles were posted here at GSMA.try reading those before you comment.
I see people who bought these devices are the looser. I am sure samsung might have discovered this issue while developing the phone. Now they are using this as stick to QCom, for better bargaining for next chipsets used in S6. But what about the peopel who bought samsung device having this bad quality chip?
Anonymous, 27 Jan 2015Best comment ever.Same quote. Absolutely marvelous opinion.
thenerd, 27 Jan 2015You do know that Exynos matches and at times outclasses SD810 right? Said nobody ever.
nemesh73, 27 Jan 2015oh and by BTW the "overheating" G Flex at least was born bent Best comment ever.
Seems like people didnt bother to read, or didnt bother to think. It the implication of Qualcoms special treatment of Samsung that LG is suing it for. Not just because of S810 overheat
Appleman, 27 Jan 2015you would of thought when designing a chipset. cooling would be a priority, clearly not in Qua... moreQualcomm grew lazy and released the same core for 3 years, now they're rushing to get competitive (IMO they lost their edge by yesteryear already). No wonder that the product seems rushed...
the picture nailed it1...lol the GFlex bending under the court hammer...!
There is an overheating issue, it's just Samsung being very clever, as Qualcomm are a massive danger to them in the chipset industry. I shall certainly being choosing snapdragon again for my next device next year, probably be the s820, will never buy that rubbish exynos, who wants second rate components in an expensive high end device.
you would of thought when designing a chipset. cooling would be a priority, clearly not in Qualcomm's mind. Hence why i have a super cool Iphone 6. not over clocked snapdragon device, so hence no over heating.
LOL, you refused to admit there is a problem and claimed 810 performs just fine. It's your own fault for not purchasing a "special" version. If yhe regular version performs fine, then why getting angry and suing? Of course we all knew there will really be problems
Qualcomm exclusively makes ICs, so it's incredible that Samsung apparently has a better SOC now. Of course, their SOC does not have a modem.