Professedly, it will be dependent upon one of Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 808 and 810 silicon powerhouses, in spite of the fact that the chip-producer has the Snapdragon 410, 610, and 615 on transfer as well. The source hasn't been particular about which correct model it is, however it asserts that the ZTE Apollo is going to be a 64-bit telephone. Any of the four alternatives will make for a competent, future-confirmation handset, in spite of the fact that the five chipsets are altogether different.
The Snapdragon 410 and 610 are quad-center models for low and mid-range gadgets, which take a shot at 1.2ghz and 1.6ghz, and are matched with Adreno 306 and Adreno 405 Gpu's, separately. The Snapdragon 615 is an octa-center 1.8ghz monster with the same GPU as the 610, keeping in mind it looks capable enough, the hexa-center Snapdragon 808 and octa-center 810 consume that, and all former Qualcomm silicon for breakfast. At that point they request more.
In the event that ZTE is making preparations for a launch not long from now, it will need to suffice for the Snapdragon 610 or 615, which ought to be accessible this fall. This additionally puts the gossipy tidbits around a 64-bit Nexus 6 cell phone to uncertainty, in spite of the fact that this is still a plausibility if Google chooses an Intel Architecture 64-bit CPU. The Snapdragon 808 and 810, in the mean time, are slated for the first a large portion of 2015, in spite of the fact that it goes without saying that Qualcomm will be conveying them in the hands of makers new out of the broiler. They will need to power the early 2015 leads, obviously.