Recently, the Samsung Galaxy S8 rumors are increasing day by day, we have possible leaked photos and we also know that the Galaxy S8 will use the latest flagship processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. This year’s high-end SnapDragon 835 will, like in past years, feature a full power version and a less powerful efficient one.
According to the latest news, the SnapDragon 835 “low version” will be a large proportion of them, but since Samsung are the one producing them we can safely assume they’ll sure the “full power version” on the Samsung S8.
As Samsung got their hands on a large number of “full power version” SnapDragon 835’s share, a big number of low version CPUs are likely to appear in Chinese next flagships. Although the performance gap between them will not be particularly large, consumers always aim for the best, could this move could arm the sale of smartphones in China?
Just to make an example, we could see a Xiaomi Mi6 with the less powerful Qualcomm SnapDragon 835. How much that will affect its success we still can’t say.
And what do you guys think? Do you think that Samsung are really forcing their hand upon the competition? Let us know in the comments below!