Last month, when a Snapdragon 820-powered Windows Phone device - dubbed HP Falcon - was spotted on GFXBench, we first treated the news with skepticism as there had been no news (or even rumors) whatsoever on that front, but subsequent reports confirmed the existence of such an HP device.
Now, exactly a month later, another SD820-powered WP device has been spotted on the benchmarking website. Aside from the latest Snapdragon chipset, it sports a 6-inch QHD display and features 20MP rear and 12MP front cameras.
Internal memory is 43GB, while RAM is listed as 1.5GB, something which isn't inline with other specs and suggests that at least some of these numbers aren't correct. Although there have been rumors of Microsoft already testing SD820-powered 2016 Lumia flagships, we'd still advise you to take the latest news with a pinch of salt.
and I've gone back to android, no problem with apps, no annoing windows phone notification that works like a stone age, working as smooth as windows phone.
lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL already on sale both support usb otg and continuum too
SD820 is not ARMv7, this is for an SD801.