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5th May 2014, 03:12 PM |#11  
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Confirm what? Sorry I don't have the device, I just said Qualcomm nowadays calls the 8974AB Snapdragon 801.

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Yes it's true. Here they are some screens from the Xperia Z2 with processor details with CPU-Z application

We can see the app show's Snapdragon 801. So if someone can test with CPU-Z to see results...
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CPU-Z screenshot. Notice the flattened device tree

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These 3rd party apps are not always accurate, it says MSM8974 for the Xperia Z2 whet it has the MSM8974AB. I think they read these information from the app database based on device ID not from the actual device. Whether it's the 800 or 801, clocks will decide. Reviews and spec sheet say 801.

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These 3rd party apps are not always accurate, it says MSM8974 for the Xperia Z2 whet it has the MSM8974AB. I think they read these information from the app database based on device ID not from the actual device. Whether it's the 800 or 801, clocks will decide. Reviews and spec sheet say 801.

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So we are sure this is a Snapdragon 801 !!
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So we are sure this is a Snapdragon 801 !!

Yay!
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Indeed. Snapdragon 801.Click image for larger version

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No need for me to post another screenshot of CPU-Z. Everyone else here using CPU-Z all show Snapdragon 801 MSM8974, same as what is showing on my screen.
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