Qualcomm, the company best known for its "Snapdragon" processors, found today in most other smartphones, has released the Snapdragon 675 chipset. Designed for mid-range and high-end smartphones, the new processor focuses on improved camera capabilities, games and AI.
The processor is also the first in the industry to be manufactured in 11 nm. Qualcomm vice president of product management Kedar Kondap said the Snapdragon 675 could qualify as the successor to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 processor launched last August.
Qualcomm's new processor contains eight Kyro 460 cores, including two ARM A76 high-performance cores and six ARM A55 high-efficiency cores. The chipset contains Adreno 612, a lower tab than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 670's Adreno 615 graphics processor. It also includes a Snapdragon X12 modem with a download speed of up to 600 Mbps, which allows viewing up to FHD +. There is also a Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+ technology on board.
Kondap adds that smartphones with this processor will be available from the first quarter of 2019.
With the new processor Qualcomm claims that there are 90% fewer stuttering in graphics-intensive games like PUBG, Best NBA, Honor of Kings, Knives Out and more.
The processor uses tools such as Snapdragon Profiler, Het Compute SDK and Power SDK to run games based on Unreal Engine 4, Unity, Messiah and NeoX. With Aqstic Audio, users also have surround sound while playing.
On the front of the camera, the Snapdragon 675 also supports triple cameras with 5x optical zoom. This includes a 5x wide-angle 2.5x wide-angle telephoto lens.
In total, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor processes more than 11 hours of 4K video playback, more than 11 hours of video streaming, more than 3 hours of 4K video recording, more than 7 hours of playtime, about 24 hours of call time, and 5 game days of music.
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