News tagged: Snapdragon 835
HTC has officially entered bezel-less race by announcing the rumoured HTC U11+ smartphone. As promised, the Taiwanese company has announced the U11+ model that comes with a 6-inch Super LCD6 display with 1,440 x 2,880 pixels resolution, Gorilla Glass 5, no physical buttons on
HMD Global and Nokia are working on two new smartphones - the entry-level Nokia 2 and flagship Nokia 9 smartphones. At first, it was thought that Nokia 9 is actually the recently released Nokia 8 handset, but it seems like Nokia is working on a true flagship smartphone.
After catastrophic Galaxy Note 7, many thought we'll never see a new Galaxy Note device. Shortly after the recall, Samsung confirmed that they are still committed to the Note lineup and few months after, the company officially unveiled its latest flagship phablet, the Galaxy
A launch date for the Galaxy S8 Active has been confirmed. The rugged smartphone will go up for preorder through AT&T on August 8 and it'll be released on August 11. It's exclusively going to be sold through AT&T for a period of time. It starts at $28 per month.
Meizu's recently launched flagship smartphones called Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus are definitely looking interesting with the secondary display on the back, but many think that included Helio X30 chipset is nowhere near the Qualcomm's flagship model. It seems that even Meizu is aware
We are just a day ahead of the official announcement of OnePlus 5 handset. Due to various leaks over the last few weeks, there is almost nothing that we don't know about the handset, and now another leak has confirmed the smartphone's specifications.
Although it was expected for OnePlus 5 to feature a flagship chipset, both Qualcomm and OnePlus have confirmed today that Snapdragon 835 will be the heart of the phone. No other specifications were confirmed, but at least we know it will be powered by one of the best, if not the
Xiaomi has been very popular in China, but its latest flagship smartphone has been breaking records. The Xiaomi Mi 6 has sold out in the first flash in seconds, and the second flash sale is about to open in a few days. However, the question is how many phones will be available
Without any doubt, the Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895, which is exclusive to Galaxy S8 and S8+ devices, are the best chipsets on the market. Since the Snapdragon 835 is clocked the same in all phones, companies can only optimize software for better performance.
We have heard a few things about Google's new Pixel smartphones, but they are still quite a mystery. Codenamed Walleye, Muskie, and Taimen, the smartphones are still in early development and will take a few more weeks or even months before they hit the shelves.
Japanese smartphone manufacturer Sharp has now announced a new flagship smartphone that is powered by the Qualcomm's latest chipset. Dubbed the Sharp Aquos R, the handset is powered by the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipset and paired with 4 GB of RAM.
Earlier reports said that due to sluggish supply of Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chips, the overall supply of Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will be affected, and may fail to meet demand. That would also affect sales of the phone, since the global smartphone market is
After months of rumours, leaks and teases, Samsung has finally made Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus official. The two flagship smartphones from the South Korean tech giant are designed to be the best smartphones of 2017, but whether or not they are capable is up to you to judge.
We are aware that the battle for top spot will be between Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 835. Other chipsets such as MediaTek Helio X30 and Huawei Kirin 960 are good, but they are not close to Qualcomm's and Samsung's offering. After various rumours and leaks, we finally have
Meizu is preparing for a launch of its new flagship smartphone. After settling with Qualcomm over recent patent battles, the Chinese smartphone maker Meizu will apparently launch two new Qualcomm-powered smartphones this year, and one of them is powered by Snapdragon 835.
Unfortunately, the 10nm manufacturing process and Snapdragon 835 have caused yet another delay. As the time passes by, it looks like LG made a good decision to include Snapdragon 821 inside its latest flagship phone, as many Snapdragon 835-powered phones will miss its original
Many of us expected to see a flagship Nokia smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2017, but the company, or should we say HMD Global, only announced two new mid-range phones and a redesigned Nokia 3310. If you have been wondering what happened with the flagship model, well it is
Yesterday, a familiar tipster @evleaks revealed that Samsung had to postpone the launch date of Galaxy S8 lineup and there were two possible reasons - further testing the phones to prevent any possible incident or problems with production of Snapdragon 835.
If you read any Galaxy S8 article over the last few weeks, you probably heard that Samsung has first dibs on the Snapdragon 835 chipset. That has forced many companies to switch back to last year's flagship Snapdragon 821 model, including LG. Some companies decided to launch
The upcoming Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus are both expected to be running either Exynos 8895 SoC or Snapdragon 835 chipsets, depending on the region. Both chipsets are rumoured to bring quite a performance bump over its predecessors, but none of the early benchmarks showed that