‘‘ Job Zero’ has actually left the blogosphere in a spin with plenty of conjectures and disputes of leaked information concerning the device itself. In a new report, Samsung may be wanting to ditch the Snapdragon 810 in favor of its home-grown Exynos chipset. Why? Review on after the jump for even more details on this information.
According to numerous guides flying around the Internet for over a month now, Qualcomm’s 64-bit chip leans to overheating when the voltage gets to over a specific factor, significantly endangering the CPU’s performance. To make concerns worse, the Adreno 430 GPU has vehicle driver issues of its very own also, and with Samsung to with any luck disclose the Galaxy S6 by this March at the Mobile Globe Congress 2015 in Barcelona, the Oriental company appears short of time.
Already marred by the dull allure of the Galaxy S5, Samsung would certainly hesitate to risk it with a chipset that might be leading the sector today. Nevertheless, the Exynos chipsets are not disappointing in any way and as a matter of fact correct up there with the best on the efficiency front. Actually, Qualcomm’s integrated LTE chips are plainly much more effective than the competition which can describe Samsung’s choice for the Snapdragon 810 from the beginning.
A rather dramatically unsatisfactory advancement – – or must I claim the lack of it – – is the lack of the IP67 accreditation for the last item, meanings that that the water and dust proofing we saw for the Galaxy S5 is no more going to be present in the device which could showcase a glass panel on the front, and back, covered by a metal ring around the body. If that is an issue for you and gave that the glass panel reports hold true, this will also indicate completion of the user-replaceable electric battery age for the Galaxy S6.
All these rumored adjustments to a device that is under substantial pressure to in fact challenge the existing smartphone manufacturers, while being nothing like the Galaxy S5, are instead unfortunate. Nevertheless this just goes on to reveal us just how Samsung seems a lot more inclined in the direction of constructing a costs product instead of a feature abundant one for a change.
Allow us know what you think of this change from Snapdragon to Exynos on the Galaxy S6. Do you believe this is a substantial go back for Samsung’s following crown jewel phone?
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