The low-cost Snapdragon 400 processor that powers the new Motorola Moto G is actually quite a good processor – with even more power than the MT6589 Turbo processors we’ve seen in local android flagships. (Its getting Antutu scores of 17k right now.) And consider that the Moto G is priced at US$179, it’s a massive deal for a powerful Quad-Core device. But we’re not talking about the Moto G or the Snapdragon 400 here, we’re talking about the newly-announced Snapdragon 410. The new processor that Qualcomm announced yesterday is a slight upgrade to the 400 but with a bunch of important new features which include 4G LTE, Dual/Triple SIM capabilities, Glonass & BeiDou satellites, and its also the company’s first 64-bit CPU. With the Moto G being a really cheap example of a a Snapdragon 400 device, we might be able to see phones that go for PHP 16k (US$400) or less with LTE next year. Such promising. Much specs below.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 – Expected 2014
With the Snapdragon 410, Qualcomm is said to be targeting the sub-US$150 price point. Which is in-line with our local-brand Quad-Core devices. It will be awhile before we’ll get to see them on phones though, but we can only hope it happens soon.
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