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‘Overheating Snapdragon 810 may lead to delay high-end smart phones’
The Snapdragon 810 soc Qualcomm would have to contend with overheating problems with the RAM controller. The GPU would contain an error also. This fear include LG, Samsung and Sony that the introduction of the SOC in the first half of 2015 is not feasible.
That reports Business Korea based on anonymous sources. Qualcomm would have great difficulty the Snapdragon 810, a octacore 64bit soc with four Cortex A57 processor cores and four Cortex A53 cores, faultless to work. So the chip at a certain voltage would overheat and can suddenly slow due to problems with the RAM controller. In addition the integrated Adreno 430 GPU contain an unspecified error.
The various difficulties with the high-end-soc Qualcomm would the promised introduction in the first half of next year, probably not reach. This will trigger a number of smartphone manufacturers alarm bells. Samsung would be so in some places soc Galaxy S6 sets, all can deflect the electronics manufacturer to its own Exynos socs. LG however would have much less leeway for the planned G4, as well as working on the Sony Xperia Z4. The three high-end devices originally should also come out in the first half of 2015, but it is still unclear whether this will be feasible.Viewing:-176
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