According to Chinese media CNMO, ZTE is currently working on a 64-bit Android smartphone that has been given the codename Apollo. It does seem as though this particular smartphone will be based on one of Qualcomm’s newer Snapdragon 808 and 810 silicon chipsets, although we will not rule out the likes of the Snapdragon 410, 610, and 615. After all, nothing has been confirmed yet, and this would be a rumor at best, but if the ZTE Apollo is going to be a 64-bit smartphone, then it certainly deserves mention and recognition.
After all, any of theoptions mentioned above would be more or less capable of handling any kind of intensive software or apps without missing a beat, despite the fact that all five chipsets happen to be very different.
For starters, the Snapdragon 410 and 610 happen to be quad-core chipsets that will target low and mid-range devices, where they will function on 1.2GHz and 1.6GHz spectrums and have been paired with Adreno 306 and Adreno 405 GPUs, respectively. As for the Snapdragon 615, it will be an octa-core 1.8GHz CPU with the 610’s GPU, with the hexa-core Snapdragon 808 and octa-core 810 being right at the very top of the food chain. I suppose all that we can do now is sit tight and wait for something official to be revealed.