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    Features - Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 SoC examined, benched

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    Re: Features - Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 SoC examined, benched

    Interesting.

    The rumours of the HTC One (M8) Prime have it using the 805, pared with an upgraded camera over the regular M8. I wonder if 4k video and 120fps FullHD will be on the cards.

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    Re: Features - Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 SoC examined, benched

    I know this is an older article and the benchmarks were just thrown on for info but perhaps you could put a comparative figure? Maybe a current Snapdragon 800 SOC? Or Tegra 4? And maybe even a prior gen product like the Snapdragon 600. I currently have a HTC One m7 and my next phone may be powered by this so a quick comparison to my phones Snapdragon S600 would be nice.

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