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Dual cameras? Not here. 8GB of RAM? Take half and run with it. Snapdragon 821? Give or take 1 or 2 points, sure. We still have a hard time with this thing.
It's only days prior to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Does it carry the torch as the chaebol's leading edge in mobile?
It is clearly too soon for a full-on Snapdragon 820 sequel, with Qualcomm instead taking the wraps off a minor Snapdragon 821 upgrade for your Note 7.
LeEco's next supercharged phone has its back casing leaked while confusion mixes in about what kind of Snapdragon processor we're talking about.
Learn more about the event planned by LeEco, which we assume will bring us the first smartphone with a Snapdragon 823 processor
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820-following plans remain unclear, with either a Snapdragon 821 or 823 (or both) ensuring the smooth transition to 825 and 830.
Only a few months in, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor will reportedly be one-upped by the Snapdragon 823, at least inside a looming LeEco phone.
All your fantasy specs for a 2016 flagship seem to be in this Weibo post, but that doesn't mean that you should believe it. At least, right away.
At least three high-end versions of the ZTE Nubia X8 phone are reportedly in the works, including one with Snapdragon 823 power and 4K screen resolution.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 SoC is more than adequate for today's high-end Androids, but soon enough, Samsung, LG and Sony should move to Snapdragon 823.
Is HTC really ready to deliver a no-compromise compact phone? Early rumors of an HTC 10 mini sound very promising.