Snapdragon 800. Specifically, the manual has the processor listed as being a quad-core MSM8974 clocking in at 2.3GHz.
Qualcomm announced their Snapdragon 600 and 800 processors, we've been wanting to get our hands on them. The Snapdragon 600 outperforms anything on the mobile market as we've seen with the HTC One and Galaxy S4, but it's about to get even hotter with their faster, better, more efficient 2.3 GHz quad-core 800 series processor. We have our hands all over their developer kits below.
GALAXY S 4. And unlike the recently unveiled GALAXY S 4 Active and Zoom, this one should have a look similar to that of the regular model. The difference here will be in the network connectivity.
Samsung may have announced the 8-core Exynos 5 Octa chip back in January during CES, however it wasn't until today that we got word of when they would actually begin production. Samsung has said the processor should be in mass-production beginning in the second quarter of the year. This of course ties in nicely with the recent GALAXY S 4 announcement.
Nexus 4, and Google's Nexus 10 have OpenCL drivers in the stock firmware. For those that don't understand what this means, it's a hint at the future of both CPU and GPU performance on our mobile devices. Read on for more details.
YouTube running smooth? The answer would be a no. While we don't know exactly what to expect in the foreseeable future, Qualcomm and MediaTek apparently won't be dropping Oct-core SoC's this year.
Intel has been making some pretty steady progress with their mobile processor lineup, and now some recent rumors have been confirmed. Today at MWC 2013 Intel has announced they'll soon be debuting their new Intel Atom dual-core processors, formally known as Clovertrail+. If the ASUS FonePad rocking a dual-core ATOM wasn't enough, Intel's now made it official.
Qualcomm has come forward with an official announcement for their RF360 Front End Solution. This is described as being a "comprehensive, system-level solution" that takes the issue of radio band fragmentation into consideration. Or in simpler terms, the Qualcomm RF360 Front End Solution will allow OEMs to integrate a single and global 4G LTE design in mobile devices.