Qualcomm introduced three new SoC: Snapdragon 665, Snapdragon 730 and Snapdragon 730G

Qualcomm yesterday in San Francisco held a presentation of new mid-range processors: Snapdragon 665, Snapdragon

730 and Snapdragon 730G.

Snapdragon 665

This is an eight-core chipset built on11nm process technology. Like its predecessor Snapdragon 660, the new product has four high-performance Kryo 260 cores (ARM Cortex-A73) and four energy-efficient Kryo 260 cores (Cortex-A53). They operate at a maximum clock frequency of 2.2 GHz.

Most of the significant improvements in the new chip are in graphics. It is powered by the Adreno 610 video accelerator with support for Vulkan 1.1.

Thanks to the Spectra 165 module, smartphones based onThe new SoC will support a triple camera with a maximum resolution of up to 48 megapixels. The Snapdragon 665 also doubled its AI capabilities and added an X12 LTE modem.

Snapdragon 730 / 730G

As you might guess from the name, SnapdragonThe 730 is the successor to the Snapdragon 710/712. Featuring an 8nm process technology and two new high-performance Kryo 470 (Cortex-A76) cores, the chip has a 35% performance boost. Apart from this, Qualcomm also promises improved power efficiency. The Snapdragon 730 graphics are powered by the Adreno 618 GPU with Hexagon 688 DSP and Spectra 350 ISP modules. There is support for Wi-Fi 6, 4K HDR video recording in portrait mode, and a built-in X15 LTE modem.

The version of the Snapdragon 730G chip is different from itslittle brother with an overclocked GPU that increases performance by 15%. This SoC also supports screen resolutions up to 1440p and 960 fps slow motion.

When to expect

All three new products will begin to be installed in smartphones in mid-2019.