Last night, Qualcomm took the lid off its latest changes to its system-on-a-chip lineup, unveiling its new naming scheme as well as its new top-tier chipsets, the 600 and 800 series. While the 600 doesn’t sound like any slouch, its the 800 that’s going to power the fastest of the fastest Android devices later this year. Let’s take a look at just what it’s capable of.

If you’ve ever shaken your fist in frustration while your seemingly-high-end Android phone or tablet just couldn’t keep up the pace when placed under the processing demands of a fast 3D game, pay special attention, because the Snapdragon 800 reference hardware we play with here just absolutely sings. With an Adreno 330 and quad-core Krait 400 design, we’d expect nothing less.

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