Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 808 and 810 chipsets

Qualcomm has just announced two new high power chipsets in the form of the Snapdragon 808 and the Snapdragon 810. These will join the Snapdragon 801 and the 805 as the latest high power offerings from the chip maker. Sadly, these chipsets won’t start making its way to the markets by 2015 with sampling set

Samsung will launch its 64-bit chips later this year

According to Kyushik Hong, who is the VP of marketing for Samsung’s system LSI unit, the company’s 64-bit mobile chips are coming later this year. It was widely believed that Samsung would launch its first 64-bit chip with the Galaxy S5, but sadly that wasn’t the case. Instead the company only announced a new hexa-core

Samsung Could Seek More Chipsets from Third Party OEMs in 2013

No matter how many top end smartphones the manufacturers get on the market, the demand for mid-ranged or low-end smartphones will always be there. These smartphones sell in volumes in developing nations where high end flagships don’t do much damage. This is why it is always pretty beneficial for manufacturers to launch such devices in