Qualcomm is rumored to have prepared a processor successor to the Snapdragon 888 chipset. It is said that Qualcomm will present a chipset with a 4nm fabricated design.
The leak of the successor to the Snapdragon 888 chipset has also been revealed by one of the leakers on Twitter.
Evan Blass or known as @evleaks has leaked other specifications that are likely to be embedded in the latest chipset from Qualcomm. He posted a photo showing a certification that noted the model number SM8450.
Quoted by Gizchina, the inside will also carry the Kryo 780 processor core which is the result of the ARM Cortex v9 architecture.
So it is very possible that the chipset will carry customized Cortex-X2 and Cortex-A710 cores. Even consumers are also allegedly able to experience the ability of Cortex-A510 which is said to be able to save smartphone energy when used.
Further regarding the specifications, it appears that the SM8450 will come with an Adreno 730 video graphics processing card which may be superior to the previous generation.
As we know, in the Snapdragon 888 series, Qualcomm embeds an Adreno 660 graphics card.
In addition, other characteristics of the SM8450 chipset will also carry the Snapdragon X65 5G modem which has been integrated with the 5G network in it.
The technology is also predicted to be able to provide support for up to 1GHz downlink mmWave and 400MHz Sub-6 D.
In this first leak, it looks more like systematic things that are embedded.
Nevertheless, Qualcomm fans should be happy because the company has confirmed the presence of its newest flagship chipset in 2021.
Previously, a new chipset believed to be Snapdragon 888+ had appeared on the Geekbench list. The Geekbench list has revealed major changes to this new chipset. Compared to the regular SD 888, the X1’s core performance is overclocked at 3.0Ghz, compared to 2.84Ghz on the older model.
The test revealed four low-power A55 cores running at 1.8GHz, and three additional Cortex-A78 clusters running at 2.4Ghz.
Armed with this arsenal, the SD 888+ scored 1,171 single-core points and 3,704 points on the multi-core test. This score is in line with the results seen from Snapdragon 888-powered devices like last year’s SD 865+, which matched the SD 865.
Unfortunately, there’s no additional info regarding any other changes with the Snapdragon 888+, although last year’s Snapdragon 865+ did offer a slight increase in GPU clock and an upgrade to the FastConnect 6900 chip.
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