To capitalize on the mobile gaming market in India, China, and other Asian markets, Qualcomm today announced the Plus variant of its flagship 2019 mobile chip: the Snapdragon 855. The new chip is basically an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 855 that we have seen inside devices like the OnePlus 7, Galaxy S10 series, and others.
While Qualcomm gets plenty of attention for its top-tier chipsets built for high-end flagships, the company has a whole host of mid-range processors for the device class just under the high-end.
Qualcomm has unveiled its second-generation 7nm 5G modem, the Snapdragon X55. The single-chip solution features 5G to 2G multimode modem with support for 5G NR mmWave and sub-6GHz spectrum bands for download speeds of up to 7Gbps and upload speeds of 3Gbps over 5G.
Qualcomm today unveiled its new premium mid-range chipset, the Snapdragon 712 Mobile Platform. It is the successor to the Snapdragon 710 chip unveiled by Qualcomm last year.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Performance Compared to Snapdragon 845, Huawei’s Kirin 980, and Apple’s A12 Bionic
The first set of Snapdragon 855-powered Android devices are set to be unveiled next month. The Galaxy S10 is probably going to be the first followed by flagship devices from other OEMs at MWC 2019. Ahead of that though, the first set of Snapdragon 855 benchmarks have been released giving us a look at what to expect from flagship Android devices this year.
A day after initially unveiling the Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform, Qualcomm has provided more details about the chipset. The highlight of the platform is obviously that it has 5G support but there’s more to it than just that.
During its annual Technology Summit in Hawaii, Qualcomm has officially announced its newest flagship mobile processor.
While the wireless carriers in the United States continue to tout their 5G network rollout plans, the other part of the equation is devices that can support the technology. And OnePlus is ready to jump on that bandwagon.
Qualcomm today unveiled the Snapdragon 675, a premium mid-range chipset for upcoming premium mid-range smartphones, at its 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong. The chip will succeed the Snapdragon 670 launched earlier this year which has so far not made an appearance inside any Android device.
Almost three years after it unveiled its last chipset for wearable platforms, Qualcomm is back with the Wear 3100. The new chip is the successor the Wear 2100 chipset that is found inside all Wear OS smartwatches out there in the market right now.