Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 will be the next king of mobile processors
The next Qualcomm high-end processor is likely to be called Snapdragon 845 and will be produced at 7 nm production process. This chip will most likely be produced by Samsung and TSMC, and one of the first devices to work with it will be the Galaxy S9.
Other processors produced in a 7 nm production process will come from Huawei (Kirin) MediaTek and Nvidia. The current Snapdragon 835 is manufactured using a 10nm manufacturing process. Of course the new 7 nm process will improve performance by 25 to 35 percent. This also means a smaller chip size that will release more space in future phones and less power consumption.
Spotted by Win Future on the company site in a listing that’s since been removed, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (SDM845) was listed alongside the Snapdragon 660 (SDM660) and Snapdragon 630 (SDM630). The report further adds that the Snapdragon 845 SoC will be unveiled this year, and will ship on devices early 2018.
Next week, Qualcomm is expected to release a new midrange mobile processor called Snapdragon 660. He is suppose to power the new Galaxy C Series of Samsung, Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2, Xiaomi Mi Max 2, Oppo R11, Vivo X9s Plus, Nokia 7 and Nokia 8.
It has four Cortex-A73 cores operating at a 2.3 GHz clock speed and four Cortex-A53 cores operating at a clock speed of 1.9 GHz. The graphics chip will be Adreno 512 GPU and the modem – LTE X10. He will also feature Quick Charge 4.0 and LPDDR4X 1866 MHz RAM and UFS 2.1 flash memory.http://gizbrain.com/2017/05/08/snapdragon-845-next-mobile-processors/https://i0.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/qualcomm-snapdragon-soc.jpg?fit=1038%2C424https://i0.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/qualcomm-snapdragon-soc.jpg?fit=190%2C150TECH NEWScpu,processor,Qualcomm,Qualcomm 845,Qualcomm Snapdragon,smartphoneThe next Qualcomm high-end processor is likely to be called Snapdragon 845 and will be produced at 7 nm production process. This chip will most likely be produced by Samsung and TSMC, and one of the first devices to work with it will be the Galaxy S9. Other processors produced...John GreenJohn GreenJohngreen@gizbrain.comContributorJohn Green is a writer at GizBrain.GizBrain - Your Tech Brain