This month significant releases from Samsung, Apple and Nexus has resolved the dirt. We believe it would be fun to look ahead to what’s arriving beginning next season, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 is here. Its not been so long since the release of their current flagship SOC, the Snapdragon 805 as presented in the Galaxy Note 4. We were satisfied with the efficiency but would like to see them up the bet a little more with the Snapdragon 810 which is predicted to hit gadgets industry beginning next season. Its most likely to be discovered in the variety of gadgets launched in March in the next big factor from Samsung, HTC, Apple and many more.
We have estimated the efficiency of the Snapdragon 810 in number of methods, for the CPU efficiency we used the per-MHz efficiency of the Exynos 5433 and deduce that from 1900 MHz up to 2000 MHz, this determine was used as it is the max regularity of a latest model Snapdragon 810 device. We then used a 20% improvement to consideration for the point that the Qualcomm 810 will be operating in 64-bit mode on a 64-bit OS in all likelihood, compared with the Exynos. The 20% improve itself comes from ARM numbers that recommend this performance difference between 32-bit and 64-bit.
For the processor point of view, we simply applied a 30% boost to the Adreno 420 performance numbers taken from the Galaxy Note 4, with this level of increase being stated by Qualcomm.
Overall, the Snapdragon 810 looks like it will be a worthy device and value for money when it arrives in smartphones Q1 2015 category offering a 30% boost in GPU performance and 50% increase in CPU performance over the recently launched Snapdragon 805. Its not a huge growth by any stretch to be imagine but its one small step forward to be taken.