Any information on the Qualcomm Snapdragon MDM9615/APZ8064 Quad-core?

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    Well the snapdragon wiki has it... there isn't much to say about it on the wiki though other than it lacking a modem which would explain the need for the MDM9615. Also says that it is clocked at 1.5- 1.7 ghz quad-core and has a adreno 320 gpu. Here's the link to the wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_(system_on_chip) it's the very last chip on the chart. I don't know if there is anymore info on the chip, but whats there, but I can take a look and see if I can find more.

    I also found a couple official qualcomm articles that talk about it in general.
    http://www.qualcomm.com/media/relea...t-generation-snapdragon-mobile-chipset-family
    http://www.qualcomm.com/media/relea...snapdragon-next-generation-tablets-and-comput
     
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    That's the main reason I was so confused, because nothing official designates the MDM for this quad core that I have seen.

    Qualcomm showed this processor in a tablet,

    AnandTech - Qualcomm Shows Off Quad Core Krait APQ8064 at 1.5 GHz

    I'm really surprised they don't have one of these with a modem. Most American carriers are switching out the quad cores of the HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy SIII with Qualcomm's duel core snapdragon because it contains LTE on the SoC.
     
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    They are switching the quad-cores to dual-cores because of LTE modem compatibility issues with the quad-core exynos processor. With this design OEMs can put in a separate modem and have it work on LTE with no problems. So it makes sense to me. I'm not sure why they didn't make the SoC with a built in modem, but I think needing a separate one will give OEMs more choices to use.
     

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