By the time you get the processor it will be outdated.
I guess we can not buy the latest range of new 810 phones popping up in the next few weeks since they are already old models lol.
Mid ranger or reduced 2014 flagship here I come. Its the only way to prevent myself from being disappointed.
I expect Nvidia to start rolling out a new processor soon, they won't sit by whilst other players make headway.
Good news for the consumer though, can see this being as competitive as nvidia and AMD, other companies will be phased out.
How much more creepy can smart devices get? Guess we'd know next year.
Samsung will be on 10 by then and they'll be behind again
anonymous, 02 Mar 2015This is going to a beast which will beat the shit out of Samsung exynos and any other competit... moreI could not agree more.
Even the X1 has changed a lot in power draw and with the right optimizing and some limits put to match lower power draw it could be a formidable chip...
More so a future chip though.
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2015Or intel can surprise us with skylake atom or bringing core architecture in mobiles then beat ... moreVery true
They ar crazy
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2015Hmm, you might want to check out how the latest Exynos 7 fares against the SD 810 before sayin... moreOr intel can surprise us with skylake atom or bringing core architecture in mobiles then beat the competition.
Still haven't seen a single device with Snapdragon 808 yet. :-/
mas39, 02 Mar 2015Qualcomm have done it again, always leading by example, the exynos chipset won't get anywhere ... moreOh...really...?
Exynos is already ahead of this Shit...!
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2015Ahh that competition - Exynos,Snapdragon,Kirin,Atom,etc. taking turns at taking the lead. And ... moreYup. Lots of different and strong tech
Ahh that competition - Exynos,Snapdragon,Kirin,Atom,etc. taking turns at taking the lead. And Android,iOS,Windows,Tizen,etc. fighting for dominance.
Much much better than the sickening wintel monopoly of the nineties.
mas39, 02 Mar 2015Of course it's doubtful, whether its 20nm, 14nm or 10nm, doesn't make a difference, depends wh... moreDoubtful only if you are completely bias and deny all the history sure.
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2015Meanwhile it was true from S1-Note 2. And now Note 4 and S6. Plus as the link below shows Sams... moreOf course it's doubtful, whether its 20nm, 14nm or 10nm, doesn't make a difference, depends what the chipset manufacturer does with it. The rushed 20nm s810 is very powerful and we won't know it's potentiol until it's in use, please dont follow benchmarks, they are irrelevant in all this. This is what sammy fanboys do all the time, and yet we all forget Sammy are supposed to be cheating when it comes to benchmarks!
I hope Note 5 will go with this.
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2015Hmm, you might want to check out how the latest Exynos 7 fares against the SD 810 before sayin... mores810 was rushed, s820 will be their first 64 bit custom made chipset, this will be the first real test and will hammer anything Samsung brings along in due course and will certainly dismantle the Exynos 7420 with ease, that's a guarantee. Adreno 530 will certainly be the most powerful gpu as well.
mas39, 02 Mar 2015That's very doubtful indeed.Meanwhile it was true from S1-Note 2. And now Note 4 and S6. Plus as the link below shows Samsung is already working on 10nm.
So it's doubtful how?
why not QUALCOMM take their time and release the best CPU of all times. every other night they are releasing newer version.
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