Premium mobile chips first to get Qualcomm's homegrown 64-bit architecture

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2015-Feb-19 | Tags: armsmartphone

Start64!Android and Windows smartphone users will experience a new level of performance with Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 810 chip, set to go into devices later this year. But the company is teeing up an even faster and more power-efficient successor, the first chip based on its homegrown 64-bit architecture.

Qualcomm will shed its reliance on outside technology with an internally developed architecture that it will use as a blueprint to make its next-generation chips. The homegrown architecture will first be used in high-end Snapdragon chips for premium-tier products, said Tim McDonough, vice president of marketing at Qualcomm.


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