Qualcomm recently announced their new Snapdragon 810 powered MDP reference smartphone for manufacturers, and we are expecting to see the first handsets powered with this new eight core 64-bit processor next year.
Now it looks like we have some details on the actual processor speeds of the new Snapdragon 810, it will come with four Cortex A 57 cores with a clock speed of 1.96GHz and four Cortex A53 cores with a clock speed of 1.56GHz.
It will be interesting to see how the new Snapdragon 810 processor compares to the companies existing flagship processor, the Snapdragon 805.
This new 64-bit eight core processor also comes with support for 4K video and also 3D gaming on 4K display and it features an Adreno 430 GPU.
It is capable of supporting image sensors of up to 55 megapixels, so we can expect some new smartphones in 2015 which feature high end cameras.
There are a number of devices which are rumored to feature this new processor that will launch next year, and these include a new Motorola Droid, a new Pantech Phablet, plus devices from Sony and other manufacturers.
We suspect that the first smartphones with this new 64-bit eight core Qualcomm processor may be unveiled at Mobile World Conference 2015 next February.