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Qualcomm updates its top-end chip, reveals future 64-bit Snapdragons

24
Feb
2014

No, this isnt quite the flagship chip weve been waiting on, but its a worthy stopgap. Qualcomm has upgraded its successful Snapdragon 800 processor and notched up its title to the 801. For now, it probably represents the peak of the 32-bit era of Android, with clock speed increases across the board, including a nearly 10 percent increase on the CPU side of things (2.5Ghz instead of the 800s 2.3GHz), a 30 percent increase for the Adreno GPU as well as faster memory.

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