I was looking forward to the Huawei Nexus as replacement for my Galaxy Note but no longer. Don't want its S810 cpu if it's a heater.
SD810... They definitely losing geek crowd with this "HOT" news ... happy melting ... oohhh I forgot - winter is coming ... it will be perfect hand warmer device :-)
The question is can we name 3 new generation chips people wanna see in phones in 2015? If not then that is why people are still using iteration of Qualcomms failed SOC.
Anonymous, 25 Aug 2015Prolly the 810 v2. I'm guessing, Android Marshmallow might turn out to be more optimized and m... moreLollipop 5.1.1 is not that RAM hungry. Earlier version were (due to memory leak bugs).
Jik, 25 Aug 2015IMO every phone using S810 is dead on arrival. I thought phone manufacturers should have known... moreactually the chip is not thagt bad, it's at least the second best chipset on the market after the samsung exynos which is not avialable so its the best chip the could use in this phone - where is your problem? the 808 would be also a solution but its sadly stacked with a much weaker gpu
"so much for the S820"...you DO realize Qualcomm specifically said they'll be releasing that thing in 2016 right? I doubt Huawei mastered time travel to bring SoCs from the future...
Prolly the 810 v2. I'm guessing, Android Marshmallow might turn out to be more optimized and might not be as RAM-hungry as Lollipop. But that is just my guess, who knows? Heaven? Google? Zeus? Thor?
You dont really need 4GB RAM for a phone. Only Samsung needs lots of ram because of badly optimized Touchwiz and aggresive background task killing. Stock Android does not need so mich
IMO every phone using S810 is dead on arrival. I thought phone manufacturers should have known this by now. I guess they will learn the hard way.
last year made by the best innovator smartphone "Motorola" and now switch with Huawei with S810 chip? time to get Iphone for good
Because leaks and rumors almost always sounds like what most would hope/like to see on a phone, flagship or otherwise
What does Qfuse : Enabled mean? Is it something like Samsung Knox, that once blown will void your warranty? If it is, I'm done with Google and Android