Qualcomm introduced the “most productive” 64-bit processor for Android-powered devices


QualcommCompetition in the market for SoC mobile electronics is constantly increasing. To maintain leadership , Qualcomm unveiled the next generation of chip family Snapdragon: model 810 , which will be made in compliance with an advanced 20 – nm process . This processor will be the flagship of the proposal .

Snapdragon 810 boasts 64-bit addressing and registrations , as well as built-in support for high-speed data transmission technology LTE-Advanced, which, however , few of the cellular operators while support .

In a statement, Qualcomm said that Snapdragon 810 – this is the most efficient chip for smartphones and tablets. End devices based on it should appear in the first half of 2015 . They are faster and more energy efficient current models promise to Qualcomm.

Snapdragon 810 also features support for the latest graphics technology and communication . Its GPU is capable of working with 4K- video at 30 frames / sec, and with FullHD- video at 120 frames / sec. It is important to note that the 810 – is the first mobile chip that supports the latest standard RAM LPDDR4, which allows programs to receive data faster while consuming less power.

Itself Snapdragon 810 – a mix of the four cores Cortex A57 for demanding tasks, and A53 for service tasks , such as phone calls, SMS and other processing . The chip is made on 20 -nanometer technology , compared to 28 nm in the current Snapdragon.


Qualcomm will now wait for Google to release a 64-bit ARM- Android for compatible processors . Intel recently introduced a 64- bit port Andrroid, but for x86- chips.

In a statement, the manufacturer states that the 810 supports HDMI 1.4 output for 4K- video, and Adreno 430 graphics processor , which is a successor to the previously released Adreno 420. The new graphics chip can support up to 55 digit matrix megapixels. Among other specifications of the chip can provide support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 and Qualcomm IZat technology for maximum precision determination of location information .

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