Every year Qualcomm releases a flagship chip – this year it is the Snapdragon 820/1 and next year it is the 835. But there is a back story to this chip.
Aggregating licensed and unlicensed bands to make LTE even faster on Vodafone’s mobile network with devices using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X12 LTE modems connecting to Ericsson’s small test cells worked!
Just when flagship model smartphones are using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 and 810 systems on a chip comes an announcement that the next version 820 runs 40% faster and uses less power. Damn you Moore's Law.
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