In 2016, Samsung decided to go back to Qualcomm, apparently, because in order to build friendship, the two sides decided to sign an agreement that the Koreans would be the first to release a device on Snapdragon 820. And this right remains for the Samsung until April 2016. Thereby the company gets a decent head start over other vendors, most of whom will also present their flagship on Snapdragon 820.
Last year's Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 was not the most successful in company history. Many of the vendors were having problems. As a result, some major players in the market have abandoned this chipset. For example, Samsung decided to release its own smartphone processor, Qualcomm sliding to the side.
Posted on December 18, 2015 at 15:00