Anonymous, 30 Sep 2016So my tv will runs on snapdragon. Lol. I need SD810E in my microwave for heating.^^Finally a joke on this site worth ready XD
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2016Because it's not an x86 architectured cpu.Neiter is the Snapdragon 820 But HP managed it
For setup-box I'll choose more powerful chipset than this "Ultra Low Voltage" version!
divis200, 29 Sep 2016For listed uses it's more than enough...I know but I just had enough of hearing/reading and seeing any info about it , they could at least changed the name into SD411 or something like that ...
Force Majeure, 29 Sep 2016I can't find anything in the specs, that indicates that these two could run 64-bit code, espec... moreSD 600/600E are using 32 bit CPU Architecture. But 410/410E are 64 bit CPU Architecture because they are using Cortex 53 not Krait 300 cores.
So my tv will runs on snapdragon. Lol. I need SD810E in my microwave for heating.^^
GovindRoobs, 29 Sep 2016If they could run Windows 10 why couldn't they run pc Windows in phones.Because it's not an x86 architectured cpu.
If they could run Windows 10 why couldn't they run pc Windows in phones.
I can't find anything in the specs, that indicates that these two could run 64-bit code, especially since they have Krait-300 (32-bit max/only) cores.
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2016I think IoT is not smartphonestypo ...
LOL , I guess we will never see the end of crappy SD410 devices ... I already feel like it's been around forever.... and it seams that is here to stay :((