Your smartphone may have killed your current work station, and soon it will take over television, gaming console and other gadgets, for that matter.
Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 810 processor chip will power most of the next-generation flagship smartphones and tablets. The new SoC (system on chipset), the Snapdragon 810, is rather powerful and boasts more power and efficient performance.
All set to debut in the second half of 2015, reports suggest that Samsung, LG, HTC and other global vendors are likely to use this new chipset in their respective flagship phones.
But what exactly this new processor promises to bring in the smartphone world? Here's a closer look at the top 5 features of the Snapdragon 810 SoC. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!
The Snapdragon 810 processor is an octa-core one. Notably, the new chipset supports 64-bit mobile computing standard. In fact, analysts suggest that Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 mobile processor will help the 64-bit standard chipset to grow. Basically, 64-bit processors can handle more data at once. Android 5.0 Lollipop is the first version of Android to support 64-bit devices.
Even though several premium smartphones can capture videos in 4K format; however, the Snapdragon 810 chip will improve the viewing experience of that that video. Plus it will be able to power 4K displays on smartphones and tablet devices.
There are many handsets out there that have been rated best for gaming on the go, especially the high-end ones, such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Nexus 6. With the Snapdragon 810 processor, users should expect PC-like gaming performance. That's because of the Qualcomm Adreno 430 GPU in the Snapdragon 810 processor which offers 30 % better performance than the previous generation Adreno 420
The Snapdragon 810 will support Dolby's Atmos technology, which means it can deliver up to 11.1 channels of sound for a superb sound experience. Plus, for recording sounds, Fluence Pro support will allow smartphones and tablets that sport three microphones to record full 3D sound.
The Snapdragon 810 will have two image signal processors. Basically, the chipset's new technology will bring optical zoom feature to smartphones next year, without using bulky lenses.