Qualcomm breaks its frequency record with a slight addition to the overall rendering and graphics rendering performance, as well as connectivity Wi-Fi Faster - Get to know the chip you want to see in the flagship device you plan to purchase in the coming months
After what we saw last year, it's clear to everyone that it's just a matter of time - Qualcomm Moved to launch model chips from theSnapdragon In a biennial format designed to help her stay on the roof of the world on Android devices at any given time, and therefore also theSnapdragon The 865 carrier wins its own updated Plus version.
B-Snapdragon 865 Plus you'll find the same familiar processing cores with one Kryo 585 Prime core that reaches peak frequencies, three more advanced Kryo 585 cores based on the Cortex A77 architecture and four more cost-effective cores based on the Cortex A55 architecture - only this time the same Prime Prime Individual you can reach a frequency of up to 3.1GHz compared to 2.84GHz inSnapdragon 865 standard, and will provide an addition of about 10 percent to overall performance (especially in tests based on the maximum capabilities of the most powerful core in the array, such as the Geekbench single-core tests).
The Graphic Adreno 650 core has also been given its own slight frequency acceleration that should upgrade performance by about 10 percent, bringing them to an estimated maximum level of about 1,375 GFLOPS. Apart from these speed improvements there are not many hardware additions in the modelSnapdragon 865 Plus, as requested - the digital signal processor and image processing engine remained unchanged, as did the controller memory The LPDDR4X with four 16-bit channels capable of providing an effective bandwidth of up to 44 GB per second combined with the right chips.
Another and last nice improvement in the chipsSnapdragon 865 Plus hides in the wireless connectivity capabilities - the new model will continue to be based on a modem Snapdragon External X55 with 5G capabilities without choice of device manufacturers (so hopes for price reductions may be unnecessary, unfortunately), without changes in speeds and features, but will also offer support for the latest Bluetooth 5.2 standard, support for 802.11 ad and 802.11 ay standards For transmissions at 10 GB per second for short distances based on high 60GHz frequencies and especially in the standardWi-Fi The newly extended 6E - increasing the range of usage frequencies familiar to us from this range above 5.925 GHz to 7.125 GHz for theoretical transmission speeds of up to 3.6 gigabits per second (out of 10.8 gigabits per second predicted to be fixed as maximum combined speed In the long term).
It should be clarified that this standard is still in its infancy and so is the practical legal availability to use the same new frequencies in every country, including here in the Holy Land - but its emergence in first smartphones already sold in stores will undoubtedly spur this technology better than any other method.