Samsung reveals Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 to arrive with 3.0GHz Kyro CPU

Those smartphone enthusiasts following the developments of Qualcomm’s famous Chipset the Snapdragon 820 in the market now have the expected launch over the head. As smartphones keep growing in powers the emerging issues in internal performance highlighted the importance of the chipset the devices take onboard. And Qualcomm’s Snapdragon being the major contestant now gets ready to answer the very complaints.

Quite tired from the older model of its chip, the smartphone users were relived hearing about the arrival of an upgraded and high-end chip. The announcement was made during the MWC 2015 where the company opens some of the details of its specs.

The details show a nice build by the Qualcomm that may answer the demands of the market following feed backs on the chip. According to the details the expected SoC will arrive with the Kyro which is made of 64-Bit custom cores. This is quite magnificent for device performance where your device will be able to run supper fast with a PC level performance. For instance, the Kyro cores on the Snapdragon 820 will take the processing powers up to 3.0 GHz.

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The Snapdragon 820 will be manufactured on the technology of Samsung 14nm mode. This stamps rumors that had been all around for some times suggesting a partnership between Qualcomm and Samsung. The news regarding Samsung Qualcomm partnership finally came true but their fist show to be the Snapdragon 820 is quite a fresh info.

The upgraded chip might have a firs show in the smartphones from China. According to some reports the Snapdragon 820 will arrive in the market with manufacturers including Sony, HTC and the Chinese famous Xiaomi. Among the certain manufacturers Xiaomi seems more open as it is reported to include the Chip into its listed device the Mi 5 which is due in October this year. The super powered chip will eventually takes the demand of the devices higher than their priors.

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