Motorola, Sony, Oppo, Microsoft to release Snapdragon 810 devices this year
Qualcomm has announced that its 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor will power the premium tier mobile devices from major OEMs namely Motorola, Sony, Oppo, and Microsoft in 2015.
According to Qualcomm’s press release, more devices based on Snapdragon 810, including the recently announced LG G Flex 2 and Xiaomi Mi Note Pro, are expected to arrive in the coming weeks and months of 2015. Here’s what smartphone OEMs have to say about Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810:
“With an advanced feature set and stunning multimedia support, the Snapdragon 810 provides us with a tremendous foundation to enable the most advanced mobile experiences for consumers.” – Chris Yie, vice president, head of marketing communications at LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company.
“Our collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies on the Snapdragon 810-powered Mi Note Pro provides us the ability to deliver more performance, features and user capabilities to a mobile device than ever before.” – Lei Jun, Founder, chairman and chief executive officer, Xiaomi.
“The Snapdragon 810 processor will enable us to push the boundaries even further so we can continue delighting our customers with devices that give them new choices.” – Rick Osterloh, president, Motorola Mobility.
“We’re excited about the new capabilities of the Snapdragon 810 processor and are looking forward to working with Qualcomm Technologies as we bring new Xperia products to consumers later this year.” – Gen Tsuchikawa, senior vice president and chief strategy officer, Sony Mobile.
“We’re excited to collaborate with Qualcomm Technologies on our Snapdragon 810-based devices to drive new value in the premium tier for our customers in 2015.” – Sky Li, vice president of OPPO and managing director of International Mobile Business.
“We look forward to continuing this relationship to deliver best in class Lumia smartphones, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processors, and offer an unprecedented combination of processing power, rich multimedia, high-performance graphics and wireless connectivity for our customers.” – Juha Kokkonen, general manager for portfolio and product management at Microsoft.
Samsung was not mentioned on the press release which coincides with reports that it has ditched the Snapdragon 810 in favor of its own Exynos SoC due to overheating issues.
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