Qualcomm Snapdragon 64-bit processor Xiaolong 810 is scheduled to be officially listed in the beginning of next year, Samsung Galaxy S6, LG G4, Sony Xperia Z4 and a number of domestic mobile phone flagship will reportedly adopt Xiaolong 810 processor .Qualcomm also recently launched the Snapdragon MDP 810 phone and tablet platform for developers to know in advance, Xiaolong 810 looks progressing well, but now it is said that they are facing serious volume production problems of Xiaolong 810, one is that includes processing unit on 810 SoC experiencing heating issues leading to poor performance. And if this wave continues for sometime then a number of smartphones such as LG G4, Galaxy S6 and other are at the risk of delay.
Xiaolong 810 Production Problems: will delay LG G4, Galaxy S6 and other large wave
South Korean media reported that Qualcomm is now facing very difficulties to solve some serious problem, Xiaolong 810 overheating problems occur after reaching a certain voltage, which in turn leads to reduced frequency, thereby affecting the performance of the processor. In addition, Adreno 430 GPU also has not been resolved driver error.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 will use TSMC’s 20nm production process, although this is one of the most advanced technology currently in volume production, but it looks like the new technology cannot solve the 64-bit Cortex-A57 core of the heat problem. Qualcomm is the most powerful mobile processor SoC vendors, since Qualcomm have encountered such a problem, it is estimated the case of other manufacturers is not much better, currently 64-bit processor manufacturers of energy production are basically low-power ARM processor The Cortex-A53 core.
The Xiaolong 810 production problems can affect on many mobile phone manufacturers flagship models which are going to release in the upcoming year, including the Samsung Galaxy S6, LG’s G4, Sony Xperia Z4, HTC’s flagship M9 and many domestic mobile phone, most of these phones will be released in January next year’s CES During the MWC show in February. Samsung’s own Exynos processor is available as well as an alternative, no other vendor in this capacity, can only wait for Qualcomm to solve the problem.