The Wall Street Journal reports that Qualcomm is working on a new version of the Snapdragon 810 for March. This is in response to the overheating issues of the current Snapdragon 810.
If Samsung does include a processor other than its Exynos in the upcoming Galaxy S6, it is likely to be the 810. Talk Android tells that some analysts have said that Samsung will release the S6 in Korea on time probably running the Exynos. The company will delay it in other markets in order to use Snapdragon’s updated processor.
Some blogs are interpreting this to mean that Qualcomm is making a version of the Snapdragon 810 specifically for Samsung, but that of course has not been confirmed.
Source: Talk Android
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