Snapdragon 800

Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and 801 variants demystified

When it comes to hardware, reality is far more complicated than what we see in spec sheets and promotional materials. Processors in particular, even with the same brand or model, seem to have different speeds floating around. Fortunately, AnandTech dived into the nitty gritty of Qualcomm's Snapdragon chips to give us an overview of what the differences between all those variants mean.

HTC One Max rumored to sport older Snapdragon S4 only

HTC was curiously silent at IFA in Berlin early this month where it was expected to announce its HTC One Max phablet, with rumors now pointing to an October unveiling. It seems, however, that as early as now the device is already being steeped in controversy, with word that the anticipated giant won't be running on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 after all.

LG G2 Review

LG decided to shake things up this year and release a stunning smartphone with a 5.2-inch display and buttons on the back. The LG G2 has officially landed on most US carriers, and today we're taking a detailed look at both the Verizon and AT&T variants. Most notably, we'll be running through the hardware and software, button changes on Verizon, and everything else you'd like to know. How does this flagship quad-core powerhouse stack up? Very well. Read on for our full thoughts.

LG G2 Verizon vs AT&T: Battle of the buttons

When LG took the stage back in August to announce their new flagship LG G2 smartphone, the main focus was on the buttons. Why? Because the volume and power buttons are located on the back, rather than the sides. Their new device has the world's thinnest full 1080p HD display, and the fastest quad-core processor available today, but today we're following LG and focusing on those buttons.
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