Qualcomm yesterday in San Francisco, presented a new mid-level processor: Snapdragon 665, Snapdragon
This is an eight-core chipset built by11-nanometer process technology. Like its predecessor, Snapdragon 660, the novelty has four high-performance Kryo 260 cores (ARM Cortex-A73) and four energy-efficient Kryo 260 (Cortex-A53). They work at a maximum clock frequency of 2.2 GHz.
Basically, significant improvements in the new chip touched the graphics. For it meets the video accelerator Adreno 610 with Vulkan 1.1 support.
Thanks to the Spectra 165 module, smart phones based onThe new SoC will support a triple camera with a maximum resolution of up to 48 megapixels. The Snapdragon 665 also improved the capabilities of the AI twice and added an X12 LTE modem.
Snapdragon 730 / 730G
As you might guess from the name, Snapdragon730 is the successor of Snapdragon 710/712. Thanks to the 8-nanometer process technology and two new high-performance Kryo 470 cores (Cortex-A76), the chip has a 35% increase in performance. In addition, Qualcomm also promises improved energy efficiency. The Snapdragon 730 graphics are supported by 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 an integrated X15 LTE modem.
The Snapdragon 730G chip version is different from itsyounger brother overclocked graphics processor, which increases performance by 15%. Also, this SoC supports a screen resolution of up to 1440p and 960 f / s slow motion.
When to expect
All three new products will begin to install in smartphones in the middle of 2019.