The Snapdragon 610 is a processor mainly used in the high-end mobile phones on the market. This Snapdragon is powered by a Quad-core ARM Cortex A53 with up to 1.7 GHz per core. This is mainly used in telephones where they use high-end cameras. This you can also see by its use of the Adreno™ 405 GPU and its ability to use cameras up to 21 MegaPixels.
The Snapdragon 410 powers up many low and mid range mobile phones. The processor comes with an Quad ARM® Cortex® A53 up to 1.2GHz with both 32-bit and 64-bit support. The Adreno 306 GPU comes as standard with OpenGL ES 3.0, OpenCL, DirectX, content security, and decreased power consumption. Memory is the LPDDR2/LPDDR3@533MHz.
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The Snapdragon 200 is a bottom end CPU processor made by Qualcomm. The Snapdragon 200 came out in 2013 with an Adreno 302 GPU processor. Its came with a number of options such as being either a Quad ARM Cortex A7 up to 1.2GHz with an Adreno 302 GPU (Only available with 8×10 and 8×12) or a Quad ARM Cortex A5 up to 1.4GHz.
The Qualcomm APQ8055 has been used in the Nokia range of mobile phones and the best known use has been the Nokia Lumia 900 mobile phone. The following is the specs for the Qualcomm APQ8055 chipset listed below. The Snap Dragon chipset is for the Scorpion processor – up to 1.4GHz. These chipset you will find mainly in the older mobile phones.
The Qualcomm MSM8655T Snapdragon is very popular in mobile phones and there are a number of reasons for this.Note that there is a MSM8655T and also a MSM8655. The differences when the two have been listed below so you can compare one Snapdragon to the other.
Nokia uses the Krait processor from Qualcomm in its mobile phones. This is a comparison table of the processor in the Nokia mobile phone. If you have any questions about the processor then see the website of Nokia or Qualcomm for more information on the processor. You will note that the processor has 14kb in L0 cache and also 1Mb cache on the L2 with a dual core processor.