Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets are always known for its quality and has established itself as the first choice for leading smartphone makers such as HTC, Samsung, LG and others for a long time. Now Qualcomm Snapdragon is working on its new 810 chipset which has 8 cores with 64-bit computing.
This latest chipset from Qualcomm is set to appear in the upcoming flagship models like Samsung Galaxy S6, LG G4 and Sony xperia Z4. But there seems to be a heating issue with th Snapdragon 810 chipset, which might delay the release of all the flagships lined up.
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According to a report by Business Korea, "Qualcomm is faced with hard-to-solve problems. The Snapdragon 810 overheats when it reaches a specific voltage. It also slows down owing to problems with the RAM controller connected to the AP. In addition, there is an error in the driver of the Adreno 430 GPU."
Although Qualcomm is trying to fix this problem, the production of the lined up flagships might result in delay which are originally scheduled for mid 2015 release.
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While Samsung seems to have a backup plan with its Exynos SoC,which has been there in the market for sometime, LG and other premium handset makers are entirely depending upon snapdragon 810 from Qualcomm.
Will Qualcomm able to deliver what it has promised in the right time, or its flagships get delayed upto end 2015 ?
Stay tuned to GizBot for further updates!