At present, the most powerful chipset in the Qualcomm series is Snapdragon 865. It powers several flagships launched earlier this year. Now, the leaks about its successor have started arriving in the market. The next-generation processor is Snapdragon 875, as per the obvious trend of Qualcomm. The best Snapdragon has to give right now is 865. In this article, we will discuss Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 leaks. We will provide all the available information about the Qualcomm Snapdragon new chipset. Moreover, we will discuss Snapdragon 875 chipset features and the Snapdragon 875 release date. All the details will be as per the leaks and expectations about this chipset.
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Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 Leaks
As per the leaks, Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 will use a 5nm process, which will make it a battery-efficient processor. A report claims that Snapdragon 875 chipset is codenamed SM8350 and will pack Snapdragon X60 5G modem with an integrated RF-system. We still don’t have any information as to whether the modem will be integrated or optional. The report also reveals that the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon new chipset will have Kryo 685 CPU built on ARM v8 Cortex technology with Adreno 660 GPU, Adreno 65 VPU, and Adreno 1095 DPU. Furthermore, it states that the modem will support the mm-Wave and the sub-6GHz band spectrums.
Snapdragon 875 Chipset Features
Snapdragon 875 may feature Qualcomm Secure Processing (SPU250) and Spectra 580 image-processing engine with Snapdragon Sensors Core Technology. For strong connectivity, it could have Bluetooth Milan and Wi-Fi 802.11ax, 2×2 MIMO. The chipset will probably bring Compute Hexagon DSP with Hexagon Vector eXtensions and Hexagon Tensor Accelerator for faster computing. For storage, it will have LPDDR5 SDRAM. It will also feature a low-power audio subsystem combined with Aqstic Audio Technologies WCD9380 and WCD9385 audio codec.
Snapdragon 875 Release Date
According to sources, there’s hope that Snapdragon 875 release date may be around December 2020. Though, the current situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, if prolonged, could push the release to the next year.
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