Qualcomm Snapdragon 810: The chip that will power the future
I'm Dan Graziano.
I'm here with Qualcomm, and this right here is a reference tablet for developers.
You won't be able to buy this, but inside this device is the Snap Dragon 810.
It's the chip that's gonna power many of next year's big devices.
The chip supports 64 bit CPUs just like in the new iPhone.
It's more efficient than the current chips, and its integrated Adreno 430 graphics chip promises a thirty percent boost in gaming performance.
The other big thing is it supports 4K displays, 4K gaming, and 4K sharing to devices like Chromecast.
We're expecting the first devices with the Snap Dragon 810 to arrive in the first half of 2015.
Until then, I'm Dan [UNKNOWN] with CNet, and that was a first look at Qualcomm's new chips.
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