Here are the official specs for S800:
28nm HPm quad core Krait 400 CPU at up to 2.3GHz per core
LP-DDR3 memory for high performance and low latency
Updated Adreno 330 GPU delivers up to 50% increase in graphics performance2.
Support for advanced graphic and compute APIs, including OpenGL ES 3.0, DirectX, OpenCL, Renderscript Compute and FlexRender3
Energy efficient High Performance for Mobile (HPm) technology
aSMP dynamic CPU power control for sustained peak performance
New Quick Charge 2.0 integrated for up to 75% faster battery charging4
Hexagon, QDSP6V5A, 600MHz
Hexagon DSP enables ultra-low power operation for a variety of applications like music playback, enhanced audio and advanced editing applications
True 4G LTE World Mode, supporting LTE FDD, LTE TDD, WCDMA, CDMA1x, EV-DO, TD-SCDMA and GSM1
4G LTE with Carrier Aggregation for speeds up to 150 Mbps
New USB 3.0 for ultra-fast transfers
BT4.0 + Integrated digital core
802.11ac1 Wi-Fi for peak Wi-Fi performance + Integrated digital core1
IZat GNSS location technology combines multiple location services into a single high performance navigation system for auto and pedestrian applications
Capture, playback and display in UltraHD video (with four times 1080p pixel density)
Up to 21 Megapixel, stereoscopic 3D
Dual Image Signal Processors for Snapdragon Camera support simultaneous camera/video, ultrafast 640 Megapixel/second capture speeds and computational camera
Higher display resolutions (up to 2560x2048) and Miracast 1080p HD support
1080p and 4K external displays
1 Available only in select processors
2 Compared to its predecessor, Adreno 320
3 FlexRender is designed to help the Adreno GPU boost speed and save power by dynamically switching between drawing pixels in direct or deferred rendering mode
4 As compared to devices without fast charge technology
Snapdragon 800 processors include the following part numbers: 8074, 8274, 8674 and 8974
These are mad specs. The low power processor for music is new. Also, the always listening feature is listed on the website. Also, it has USB 3.0, which is cool for transferring to main machine. It takes so long to populate pictures with the One.
Needless to say, I regret buying the One.
A) Because it is already being outdated spec wise
B) Now I'm on Sprint instead of T-Mobile
C) 2/3 of my Ones have terrible low light tint/noise, and one has a recessed power button.
D) the battery life and camera arent really good at all. Actually, the One is only a marginal improvement over the S2. IMHO.
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Never mind. Just keep an eye on your min and max frequencies.
Members of this forum have come to a consensus: The AOSP bricking issue is no longer a problem.