Qualcomm has just published a series of tests showing how Android phones run on the Snapdragon 800 chipset.
In this video, Intel demonstrates how Android works on the 800MHz, and Qualcomm claims that the phones will be compatible with both Snapdragon 801 and 810 processors.
The Snapdragon 800 has the same chipset as the Snapdragon 810, so it’s not a surprise that both chipsets run Android.
The Android devices are based on the Google operating system, and it’s unclear what the difference between them is.
But it looks like the Snapdragon 808 has the Google OS running on it.
Qualcomm says it will continue to work on developing its own Android chipsets, but these tests will hopefully provide an indication of the Android platform in the coming years.