Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 by Qualcomm’s first 64-bit processor will ship on time which seems to be implied by new smart phone recent announcments. According to an insider source, Samsung has found overheating issues during its test. Qualcomm octa-core 64 bit processor was planned for Samsung Galaxy S6, but now they are switching out to another processor.
Qualcomm has been producing great industry standard snapdragon 610, 410, 800 and 805. It has been a mile store for Samsung to create its first 64-bit architecture based processor which is highly anticipated since last year. According to its feature it is expected that it is going to power lots of mobile devices this year, but now it seems that one of their big customer is backing out.
According to an insider source Samsung Galaxy S6 won’t be powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon 64-bit processor due to overheating issues observed during testing. As its obvious that they might not be going with older chipset for their first 2015 flag ship android smart phone, so the chances are they that they might go with their own Exynos chip.
Competition is getting tougher as Samsung new rivals are already jumping into consumer market by releasing new mobile phones. So it would be quiet hard for Samsung to catch up with market if they are up to delaying their releases. Even Xiaomi Mi Note and LG G Flex 2 is powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor and they haven’t uttered a word. If Samsung is right, then Xiaomi Mi Note and LG G Flex 2 will have alot of issues or else it might be a lose lose situation for Samsung.