Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 will be done like this

Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 will be done like this
Every year, in the run-up to the Christmas holidays, Qualcomm announces in a dedicated Summit the news related to high-end smartphone processors and, for some years, to ACPC (Always Connected PC). Also this year the event of the American chip manufacturer is approaching and new rumors have leaked about the next top-of-the-range SoC: Snapdragon 875.

Qualcomm's announcements have already begun in recent weeks in which the 'company held its Summit dedicated to next generation 5G networks and new indoor wireless connectivity solutions. The most awaited announcement by mobile phone enthusiasts, however, is certainly that of the next chip that will be integrated into all flagship smartphones of next year and part of the Snapdragon 8xx series.

The Snapdragon 875, this is the name that the company will almost certainly use for the successor of Snapdragon 865 and its Plus variant currently on the market, seems to have already made its first appearance. A user on Weibo claims to have seen a first prototype and to know its technical characteristics.

Digital Chat Station said that the Qualcomm chip will, as expected, be manufactured with a 5nm production process and will be composed of three different core clusters dedicated to different functions. The more powerful core will use the brand new Cortex-X1 architecture and will reach the maximum frequency of 2.84GHz. Alongside it for more complex operations, there will be 3 high-performance Cortex-A78 cores with a maximum frequency of 2.42GHz, while the 4 Cortex-A55 cores at 1.8GHz will be used for less important tasks to improve the efficiency of the chip.

According to information shared by ARM during the presentation of Cortex-X1, the core will be able to perform 20% better than previous generations in sustained workloads and will be able to count on 30% higher peak performance .

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The Snapdragon 875, according to the leaker, will use an Adreno 660 GPU whose cache and bandwidth memory has been improved by Qualcomm and is able to achieve better performance without putting too much strain on the battery.

There are only four weeks left to the official launch which will take place in Hawaii, United States. Surely in the coming days more information will leak about the more powerful Snapdragon chip of the next generation.

OnePlus 8T is just one of the many smartphones on the market that support 5G networks thanks to Qualcomm modems, you can find it on Amazon.

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