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    Default Snapdragon 800 on devs and unlocked editions?

    I see on HTC Web site says 800 and a number, a Google that number and in fact is a 800, anyone here has bought from HTC so we can confirm??

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    Default Re: Snapdragon 800 on devs and unlocked editions?

    HTC's site says 8974 which can be an 800 or an 801, depending on the suffix after it. If it's "AA", it's an 800, if it's "AB" or "AC" it's an 801. The Google Play Edition is an 8974-AB Snapdragon 801. My assumption is HTC's is the same thing.


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    Default Re: Snapdragon 800 on devs and unlocked editions?

    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Spock View Post
    HTC's site says 8974 which can be an 800 or an 801, depending on the suffix after it. If it's "AA", it's an 800, if it's "AB" or "AC" it's an 801. The Google Play Edition is an 8974-AB Snapdragon 801. My assumption is HTC's is the same thing.
    Edit: Looks like you were right
    HTC said it was a typo...

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    Default Re: Snapdragon 800 on devs and unlocked editions?

    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Spock View Post
    HTC's site says 8974 which can be an 800 or an 801, depending on the suffix after it. If it's "AA", it's an 800, if it's "AB" or "AC" it's an 801. The Google Play Edition is an 8974-AB Snapdragon 801. My assumption is HTC's is the same thing.
    HTC does not say suffix :/

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    Default Re: Snapdragon 800 on devs and unlocked editions?

    Quote Originally Posted by Podolsky View Post
    HTC does not say suffix :/

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    It's an 801. They're using the 8974AB

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