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Qualcomm unveils its new 64-bit capable Snapdragon 600, 615 SoCs

Qualcomm outs its new Snapdragon 600, 615 system-on-chips, 64-bit capable with LTE and more (NASDAQ:QCOM)

| CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Feb 26, 2014 2:38 pm

MWC 2014 - In the sea of Mobile World Congress 2014 news this week, Qualcomm unleashed two new system-on-chips, the new Snapdragon 600 and 615. Both of these new SoCs feature ARMv8 64-bit processing technology, 4G/LTE connectivity and refreshed Adreno graphics.

 

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The new processors will see four (at up to 1.8GHz) and eight (four at 1GHz, four at 1.8GHz) ARM Cortex-A53 cores, respectively. Both SoCs will feature refreshed Adreno 405 graphics, which supports up-to-date graphics APIs such as DirectX 11.2, and OpenGL ES 3.0, full profile OpenCL 1.1 and hardware accelerated geometry shading and hardware tessellation.

 

We also have an LPDDR3 memory controller, new display controller which supports up to 2560x2048 displays, improved multimedia processors (with H.265 codec support, Wi-Fi 802.11ac controller, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS/GLONASS, Gobi 4G/LTE cat 4 modem which supports speeds of up to 150Mb/s. Murthy Renduchintala, executive vice president of Qualcomm Technologies said: "Qualcomm Technologies is redefining the user experience for high-end mobile devices by amassing the unparalleled trilogy of an industry-leading LTE modem, 64-bit multi-core processing, and superior multimedia".

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