Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chipset sent for benchmarking

The overheating issues faced by the users of smartphones that contain Snapdragon 810 SoC have moved all to eye for a fix. And as Qualcomm promised to solve the issue thru release of its upgraded version of chip expectation remains eye for the Snapdragon 820. Many waiting to gauge the performance of the new top line chip if it can end the disappointment created among its users.

There have also been many rumors suggesting the specs of the chipset and its features that were claimed unofficially. Among the many rumors the top remains to be about its kyro processer. The 64-bit core on the snapdragon 820 makes it supper fast with high performance up to 3GHz.

Some other details reveal that Samsung’s 14nm nod technology is used for manufacturing of the Snapdragon 820. The performance resulted from Samsung’s technology has a good track record based on its earlier experiences. As it has also been used to build the Exynos 7420 the Samsung chip has a good name as it has powered its key device. Among the devices with Exynos 7420 includes the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge, both having a good business in the market with good level of satisfaction.

The performance of the highly anticipated Snapdragon 820 was tested against its old version and also the competing models. The benchmark test on the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 scored satisfying marks with both its single-core and multi-cores. The scores of the Snapdragon 820 remain high with single-core as compared with the Samsungs Exynos 7420.

It also beats its own older sibling the Snapdragon 810 with its remarkable performance. Though it has scored the edge over its premiers in both single and multi-core but still it seems performing less than the Exynos with multi-core. However the results are still very appreciating and manufacturers like Sony, Xiaomi and also HTC have already lined up to introduce the chip with their device.


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