Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 802 is a chipset that was announced right before the CES 2014 kicked off last month. However, the company now seems to have different thoughts on the future of the Snapdragon 802.
With Apple and rival chipset manufacturer Qualcomm releasing their own 64-bit processors and LG’s Odin apparently besting Samsung’s Exynos 5 on AnTuTu, Samsung is apparently feeling the heat and is reportedly working on a new custom built CPU named the Exynos S chip
Qualcomm have announced their 64-Bit chipset, but rather than being a high-end SoC, the Snapdragon 410 is aimed at entry-level phones and emerging market, basically right where Mediatek don’t want them!
Anyone Xiaomi fan worth his/her salt will tell you that 1) All current Qualcomm Xiaomi phones run Android 4.1.1, and 2) the phone they are all waiting for is the Snapdragon 800 Mi3! But these points could change very soon!