As we expected, Qualcomm unveiled two chipsets just hours ago called Snapdragon 8 Plus 1st generation and Snapdragon 7 generation 1. From the name of the first chip, it is clear that it is an improved model of the company's flagship chip. Qualcomm claims that this chip is about 10% faster in terms of processor performance, and we also see a 10% increase in GPU frequency. In addition, we should not miss the 15% reduction in power consumption, which means an increase of 1 hour of gaming time or 50 minutes more time for surfing on social networks.
Qualcomm says that in total CPU and GPU up to 30% They consume less energy, and the AI sector has seen a 20 percent reduction in power per watt. The 1st generation Snapdragon 8 Plus has more to say than the previous generation in terms of performance stability. This means that when playing heavy games or using the 5G network when the phone heats up, the chip can provide its maximum power for a longer period of time. Of course, it should be noted that cooling systems also play an important role in this regard.
Overall models Qualcomm Plus chips are not much different from their predecessors, except that they offer relatively faster speeds, and this chip is no exception. Qualcomm has also unveiled a new mid-range chip alongside this flagship chip.
Snapdragon 7 generation 1 consists of a 2.4 GHz A710, a 2.36 GHz A710, and a 4-core The A510 runs at 1.8 GHz. This chip is produced with Samsung 4-nanometer technology. The chip's graphics processor supports a 200-megapixel camera and FHD + displays with a refresh rate of 144 Hz. Qualcomm claims to have about 20% better GPU performance than the Snapdragon 780G.
Snapdragon 8 Plus 1st generation will be launched in the early summer, and apparently the first Snapdragon 7 generation phones based on 1st generation will be available in a few weeks.
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Source: The Verge