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Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 808 and 810
Qualcomm has lifted the kimono on the latest members of its Snapdragon mobile chip range.
The Snapdragon 810 has a quad-core ARM Cortex-A57 paired alongside four Cortex-53 CPUs. The cores will support the asymmetric operating modes that ARM came up with in 2013. This means the chip won't be limited to using either four Cortex-A57s or four Cortex-A53's but can allocate workloads to all eight cores simultaneously.
The 808 uses a similar design but the core layouts will be asymmetric. It will have two Cortex-A57's paired with four Cortex-A53's.
Both SoC's will use a 20nm radio and a 28nm RF transceiver which represents a move for Qualcomm away from 40nm for RF circuits.
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