Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G

Qualcomm brings the best of smartphones into laptops with Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G

At IFA 2020 the company introduced the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G which promises significant improvements

Exactly in time ahead of IFA Berlin Qualcomm introduces the new generation of Snapdragon Compute chips. The Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G will bring up to 50% better performance, battery lasting several days, 5G connectivity, better security, and AI capabilities compared to the previous platform.

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The 5G connection works with both mmWave and Sub-6, it will have multi-gigabit and Wi-Fi 6.and supports Bluetooth 5.1 The audio and camera experience has also been improved, while the “Aqstic” system cancels out echoes and noises to dim the outside environment. As for the camera, the processor aims to bring better performance to the PC, as it can support recording up to 4K HDR and cameras up to 32MP.

Two 4K screens can be supported with a single USB-C cable. Qualcomm’s AI Engine will also be included in AI options such as “accelerated eye contact” in video calls and others will be used for business meetings.

Qualcomm did not explain the improvements compared to the previous generation but is more interested in comparing it to Intel processors. Specifically, it claims that the 8cx Gen 2 has the same performance as a 10th generation Intel Core i5 chip.

In terms of mobile connectivity, the 8cx Gen 2 has the same X24 LTE and X55 5G modem as the first model, but it remains in the hands of the device manufacturer what to put and what to leave. Although the first 8cx model debuted in December 2018, the first 5G laptops only started coming this year. As for the 8cx Gen 2, Qualcomm says we will see the first devices starting this year with the Acer Spin 7, Acer’s first 5G laptop.

Samsung has chosen a different path, of a 5G laptop with 11th generation Intel processor and the company’s own 5G modem.

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Snapdragon 690

Qualcomm brings 5G for mid-range smartphones with its new OctaCore SD690 CPU

An interesting moment in history as everyday technology is changing generations

Qualcomm has just launched a 5G processor for mid-range smartphones, thus inviting more social strata to an infrastructure ready to become just as everyday.

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The Snapdragon 690 claims to bring the fifth generation of communications to mobile devices between $300 and $500. Also, the new Octacore CPU performs 20% better than its predecessor among others it also supports 120Hz screens.

Snapdragon 690 5G
Snapdragon 690 5G

It supports a camera up to 192MP and 4K recording as well as dedicated AR technology for new Snapchat or Instagram filters. Nokia, Motorola, and LG have been working to build a smartphone based on this processor, the latest in the 600 series. And the first fruits are expected to be seen during the second half of the year.

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 768G

Qualcomm Snapdragon 768G revealed: Good news for those who want performance and 5G but without spending

The first phones with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor have just hit the market, but the company hasn’t stopped

On Monday Qualcomm introduced a new version of the processor, the Snapdragon 768G model which has higher processes and graphics performance compared to its predecessor. The debut of this processor is important news because it will power mid-range smartphones with performance similar to flagships that have 8xx series Snapdragon processors like this year’s Snapdragon 865 but at several times in lower price.

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The original Snapdragon 765G model was introduced in December along with the Snapdragon 765 and 865. The suffix “G“, “gaming”, means that this processor has higher performance in video games compared to the standard 765 model thanks to more advanced Adreno 620 graphics.

Also the two 765 processors were noted for bringing 5G technology to mid-range smartphones. But let’s get to the Snapdragon 768G which has 15% higher graphics performance and 2.8Ghz frequency compared to the 2.4Ghz Snapdragon 765G.

The other aspects are the same. It comes with 5G technology, Snapdragon X52 modem with two frequencies mmWave, and sub-6Ghz. Like the Snapdragon 765G, the Snapdragon 768G is designed for video game-oriented smartphones. It will make his debut at the Xiaomi Redmi K30 5G Racing Edition today.

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Qualcomm Revealed Snapdragon 720G, 662, and 460: The new Processors for Mid-Range phones

Qualcomm’s latest 4G chipsets feature Wi-Fi 6 connectivity

2020 is the year when 5G is expected to make a difference in people’s lives but 4G LTE networks will not go anywhere for several years.

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We can say without a doubt that for the next few years there will be defaults to Internet access, and based on these forecasts Qualcomm introduced three new processors focused on 4G phones.

The company unveiled Snapdragon 720G, 662 and 460 models, all of which share similar features as support for WiFi 6 technology.

The Snapdragon 720G eight-core model is the most powerful and will be included in high-end but not flagship phones like the Galaxy S20. The letter “G” in its designation means it is focused on gaming, bringing the 10-bit HDR Qualcomm offers to the flagship Snapdragon 855 processor.

The chip also has a Hexagon 692 DSP for IA operations on the phone plus support for 4K video at 2520 × 1080 resolutions. Perhaps the most interesting detail is the LTE X15 modem with download speeds of up to 800Mbps.

The Snapdragon 662 is a shrunken version of the 720G. It is an eight-core chip and 2Ghz frequency compared to 2.3Ghz at 720G but has only an X11 modem LTE with theoretical speeds of up to 390Mbps. Qualcomm says the chip has support for triple camera systems.

The Snapdragon 469 already uses the same LTE modem but a less powerful IA engine. However, compared to the Snapdragon 450, the new chip is 50% faster.

The future is 5G, but Qualcomm wants to keep 4G customers happy.

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 765

Snapdragon 765 is Qualcomm first chip with integrated 5G modem

Snapdragon 865 is probably the biggest star of this year’s Qualcomm Summit, but it’s interesting that the premium chips isn’t the company’s first 5G integrated modem. This honor belongs to the Snapdragon 765/765G chip. It’s a successor to the Snapdragon 730 and is premium.

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Adreno 620 GPU, which has the Snapdragon 765, offers 20% better performance than the Adreno 618 on the Snapdragon 730, while with the 765G chip, this graphical performance improvement is 38 percent.

The CPU structure has changed, though the 765 still uses Cortex-A76 cores. It’s about the two Performance cores, but with a different working tactic. The Prime core goes up to 2.3GHz on the 765 model and up to 2.4GHz on the 765G model, while the second core reaches 2.2GHz on both models. The other six Cortex-A55 cores still reach 1.8GHz.

Snapdragon 765 and 765G support 2133MHz LPDDR4X RAM, while the 14-bit Dual Spectra 355 ISP supports a 192MP camera, or a 36MP sensor with no lag lock or two 22MP cameras. Video shooting is limited to 4K @30fps and has support for [email protected].

The integrated X52 modem provides theoretical maximum data download speeds of 1.2Gbps in 4G and 3.7Gbps in 5G, while uplink goes up to 210Mbps and 1.6Gbps. Support is also available for sub-6 GHz and mmWave 5G networks.

The Snapdragon 765 chipset is manufactured under the Samsung 7nm EUV process. The first devices using the Snapdragon 765/765G chipset will arrive in the first quarter of next year.

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Snapdragon 865

Snapdragon 865, the 2020’s most powerful phone processor will not have 5G

Qualcomm officially introduced the processor for next year’s flagship phones, the Snapdragon 865, though the processor needs a separate modem just like its predecessor the Snapdragon 855 for 5G technology.

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Simply put, phones will be more expensive and power hungry than an integrated solution.

Along with the Snapdragon 865, Qualcomm introduced a downstream processor, the Snapdragon 765 which will have a built-in 5G modem. But it will be less powerful than the Snapdragon 865.

For months, Qualcomm has been promising chips and processors with integrated 5G modem. Even in September it said it would bring one of the 700 series with 5G integrated. But the surprise is that the company has chosen not to offer its most powerful processor with 5G. Snapdragon 865 will offer 5G technology just like the Snapdragon 855 with a separate 5G modem which will follow the Snapdragon X55.

In fact if a company wants the Snapdragon 865 processor, it will have to include the 5G modem that comes as a package. As a result, companies can’t produce phones with Snapdragon 865 and 4G processors.

With the Snapdragon 765 coming with 5G built-in, we expect to see some mid-range 5G phones. What Qualcomm would reveal with the Snapdragon 865 would set expectations for future flagships such as the Galaxy S11, OnePlus 8, Pixel 5, Galaxy Note 11, LG G9 and more.

Snapdragon 865 can be combined with the Snapdragon X55 Modem, which is a descendant of the X50 Modem and offers a new and more efficient processor. The X55 also offers theoretically higher download/upload speeds and supports SA/NSA networks. The X55 modem will support both mmWave and Sub-6 GHz 5G networks with improved traffic.

Another interesting announcement from Qualcomm was the new finger sensor in-display technology, dubbed 3D Sonic Max. The new fingerprint reader has a larger detection area, and also enables users to double-finger verify (for example, with two thumbs). The scanner’s accuracy has also improved significantly.

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Meet the new Qualcomm processors for mid-range phones

Meet the new Qualcomm processors for mid-range phones

Qualcomm today introduced the Snapdragon 730 processor, which focuses on mid to high-end phones to be introduced this year.

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Predecessor 710 was used in models such as Galaxy A8s and Xiaomi Mi 8 SE, and recently the Qualcomm also launched the 712 model. However, the 730 is a major upgrade.

With eight Kryo 470 core, the processor has 2.2GHz frequency and is based on the 8-nanometer process. Comes with Adreno 618 graphics, a Hexagon 688 processor with tensor accelerator, a Spectra 350 image processor, an X15 LTE modem and Wi-Fi support.

Most of these elements should come to the aid of artificial intelligence tasks.

There will also be a special version for 730G games with faster graphics and 15% more performance. The 730G will provide support for 1440p 1440p phones, 1080p offering 730 and slow motion video at 960fps.

Qualcomm alongside 730 also introduced the Snapdragon 665. Comes with 8-core Kryo 260 with 8-nanometer architecture and Adreno 610. Provides support for triple cameras with up to 48-megapixel sensors.

Qualcomm predicts that the first products with Snapdragon 665, 730 and 730G will be available in mid-2019.

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New phone processors will support up to 192-megapixel cameras

New phone processors will support up to 192-megapixel cameras

In recent months, we have seen apparent evolutions in smartphone camera systems. Already they are bigger and have more sensors.

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With Xiaomi launching a 48-megapixel camera phone and the Nokia 9 PureView with five rear cameras, we can say freely that the smartphone photo is starting a new journey.

To facilitate this process, Qualcomm silently updated the camera specifications for some of the Snapdragon mobile platforms.

Qualcomm has added support for 192-megapixel sensors for Snapdragon 60, Snapdragon 710, Snapdragon 712, Snapdragon 845 and Snapdragon 855 chipset.

This means that future phones with this processor will support camera systems that generate 192-megapixel data.

However, for each new chip, the specification of the camera will change for sensors to and couple.

Also to offer image quality up to 192-megapixels, Qualcomm will incorporate functions such as zero-lag and reduction of “noise” of images.

The paper looks a big step forward and this configuration would require a 192-megapixel camera sensor that does not exist. At least for the time we are living.

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