Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is already available across the globe, and comes in two variants. One is powered by the company’s own Exynos processor while the other variant ships with Snapdragon 805 on board.
According to a new report, Samsung is testing another variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 which is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor on major Korean carriers including LG+, SKT, and Olleh.
Unlike the 32-bit Snapdragon 805, the Snapdragon 810 comes with a 64-bit architecture, and features an improved Adreno 430 GPU. It may take some months before the Snapdragon 810 variant is launched as the chipset is not ready for mass production. Qualcomm did mention it’s on track and will be released on time, and we can see devices powered by the new chipset in the first half of next year.
There’s no word if the new version will feature any different specifications apart from the chipset, but we doubt it will. It would be interesting to see the affect the 64-bit Snapdragon 810 would have on the performance of the device, I’m sure it will be much much better.
There’s no official word from Samsung about any such variant so a grain of salt is required. We’ll update you as soon as we hear anything more.
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