If 2014 did anything, it paved the way for 64-bit processing in mobile phones in 2015. With Lollipop introducing native 64-bit support and processor makers pushing 64-bit processors, it’s a somewhat clear indicator what 2015 will bring in mobile phones. That said, you can’t talk about 64-bit mobile processors without mentioning Qualcomm or its Snapdragon 810.
The processor will most likely be found in most of 2015’s flagship devices (most currently the G Flex 2) and features an octa-core CPU (four pairs of aligned Cortex A53s and A57 cores) with the Adreno 430GPU onboard. Qualcomm is using CES this year to show off a series of videos showcasing the processor in action.