Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 chipset spotted in a prototype on Zauba
When you are having a conversation with tech enthusiasts and you happen to make mention of the QUALCOMM snapdragon processors, it would be at best, rude, for anyone in the group not to understand what u are talking about.
This is because they have established themselves as the king when it comes to the making of chipsets that power devices and even though they are now having worthy competitors in the name of Exynos from Samsung, the Kirin line up from Huawei and also, the indigenous MediaTek chipsets that are taking the market by surprise, they are still a force to be reckoned with.
As we still keep hearing of news of the Snapdragon 830 chipset coming next year and expected to be made by Samsung on the 16nm process, we have now spotted the unit with a modle number of MSM8998 on Zauba and with some claiming that we are bound to get the 835 naming on this one instead, we will choose to disregard that piece of info for the time being.
For one, we are already sure that this would be the thing powering next year’s Galaxy S8 from Samsung and also, it is exacted to be the next powerhouse with an ability to support up to and more than 4GB RAM clicked to 64GB internal storage space, as seen in the prototype that it got shipped with.
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