Qualcomm has officially introduced 3 new processors with flagship features for mid-range devices, the Snapdragon 730, 730G, and 665.
|New mid-range Snapdragon chips|
Qualcomm said that the chips are “designed to exceed customer expectations on delivering exciting experiences in artificial intelligence (AI), gaming, camera, and performance.”
The chips are also also said to be loaded with advanced image signal processors and better battery performance.
The chips are packed with technology previously exclusive to Qualcomm 8 series
First off is the Snapdragon 730, it’s an 8nm based chip with up to 2.2GHz Kryo 470 cores, Adreno 618 GPU, X15 LTE modem, Spectra 350 image signal processor, WiFi 6, and X15 LTE modem.
Snapdragon 730G is also an 8nm chip with similar specs to the 730, but it has an overclocked Adreno 618 GPU that is 15 percent faster than the version of the said graphics card. It also comes with up to 1440p display and 960 fps slo-mo video support.
Both 730 and 730G are said to be 35 percent more powerful than Snapdragon 710.
Next is the lower-end Snapdragon 665 based on 11nm manufacturing processor. It comes with up to 2.0GHz Kryo 260 cores, Adreno 610 GPU, Quick Charge 3.0 support, up to 48MP camera, Qualcomm Clear Sight technology, and X12 LTE modem.
Qualcomm said that the chips will be available beginning mid-2019. So, we can expect it on mobile phones early 2020.
Snapdragon fans, are you excited?