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The Cortex-A57 cores in the Snapdragon 810 have been identified by some industrious developers as the reason for bootloops on the Nexus 6P.
Not only that, but there's a Snapdragon 810 in the situation, too. It all stems from a bootloop situation in Hong Kong and an outdated warranty.
Qualcomm Snapdragon processors continued to dominate the global smartphone market in 2015, but Samsung Exynos chips impressed the most.
More reliable than the Snapdragon 820, and generally faster than the Apple A9, the Samsung Exynos 7 Octa processor was named the best of the best for 2015.
Qualcomm was excited enough to have the LeTV Max Pro on its own stage before LeTV could even launch it. What's the Snapdragon 820 all about?
Winter is coming and all we can worry about is too much heat. The ghost of Qualcomm may or may not have to do with this Samsung development, though you try disseminating those Snapdragon 810 heat tests and putting that together with Samsung’s decision to go in-house for its chipsets this year.
As best we know it, Samsung is supposed to be manufacturing half of its Galaxy S7 units with its latest Exynos product while the other half, by supply necessity, is going with the Snapdragon 820.
Reports (from what we could tell, likely from Taiwanese parts [...]
Qualcomm claims there's no truth to rumors of pre-release Snapdragon 820 overheating, and the SoC should be as powerful and cool as previously teased.
Was the Snapdragon 810 chipset just a (flaming hot) fluke? Has Qualcomm restored its reputation of reliable performance in its high-tier silicon? Is all the bashing, the ridicule and the doubt over for the San Diego-based company? We will soon find out as the all-new Snapdragon 820 system-on-a-chip is available for OEMs to use right now.
The company’s announcement from Hong Kong played heavy the 820’s capacity for extreme LTE speeds: up to 600Mbps downlink and 150Mbps uplink (Cat. 13 and 12 speeds respectively) through its new X12 LTE modem. The chipset takes [...]
The days of Snapdragon 810 problems may be solidly behind us, with early reports suggesting no major Xperia Z5 overheating issues.
If Google indeed plans to keep its next two Nexus smartphones on the sidelines until October, there may not be much left to announce by then. Already, we (think we) know a great deal about the stock Android Marshmallow-powered LG and Huawei phones, with the former manhandled and rendered last week, and the latter following suit now.
This isn’t the first time we’re getting convincing hints as to the external appearance of the alleged Nexus 6 sequel, but the photos floating around the interwebs today show something we haven’t seen before: an actual N6 2015 prototype, in all [...]
Achievements with caveats come quite often in this industry. While not on Apple levels of spectacular, these numbers do look good, though. For comparison, Xiaomi, which kicked into life in 2011, sold 400,000 units on its first year in the market. Meizu‘s first smartphone effort rendered 600,000 sales in 2009. Heck, it took OnePlus just this past year to make over a million sales. But only three months ago did LeTV start marketing a line of three smartphones — the Le 1, the Le 1 Pro and the Snapdragon 810-powered LeMax — and it has just announced its one millionth sale.
The best of OnePlus is powered by the worst of Qualcomm – but it doesn't matter. See why the OnePlus Two Snapdragon 810 marriage isn't doomed to failure.
Despite what some manufacturers might have you believe, the updated Snapdragon 810 v2.1 SoC is in pretty much every 810-based phone you've heard of.
Rumors of the Snapdragon 810 overheating are nothing new, but as Qualcomm scurries with damage control, could another SoC manufacturer take the lead?
The OnePlus 2 SoC has just been confirmed as a Snapdragon 810, but the manufacturer swears it won't drive the phone to overheat.
First the Z4, now the Z3+: Sony Xperia overheating reports spread around the globe.
Another Snapdragon 810 phone, another spate of overheating reports, this time with the Sony Xperia Z4.
Some new Nexus phone hardware rumors suggest a return to the phablet form factor, along with some display improvements.
We've finally got some comment on the overheating Snapdragon 810 rumors right from Qualcomm itself.
The LG G Flex 2 uses Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 SoC, but LG recently announced its intention to use the Snapdragon 808 in the LG G4. Was that a bad call?
All processors put off heat, some more than others, but what about rumors of the HTC One M9 overheating to blistering temperatures? Let's debunk them now.
Early test units are showing the HTC One M9 temperature capable of reaching troubling peaks.
This new Qualcomm teaser is suggesting pretty strongly that we'll get a HTC One M9 with a Snapdragon 810 at this weekend's launch event.