Like we saw with this year's Moto X, devices that are powered by the Snapdragon 810 are always listening. A command such as, "OK, Google" can be used to launch apps, even when the display is turned off.
Trying to take a video in a crowded place? Not a problem. The Snapdragon 810 has the power to suppress background noise while recording video. Simply point the phone or tablet to the source and the chip does the rest.
The future is all about 4K, also known as Ultra HD. The Snapdragon 810 supports smartphones and tablets with 4K resolution displays. That's 3,840x2,160 pixels, or four times the resolution of your current HD display.
The iPhone 6 won't be the only device with a 64-bit processor. The Snapdragon 810 supports 64-bit processors with up to eight cores. As for gaming performance, the integrated Adreno 430 GPU delivers a 30 percent boost from earlier models. Qualcomm boasts that the performance and graphics are on par with gaming consoles. That's right: Snapdragon 810 devices can play both 3D and 4K games.