Qualcomm Launches 4 New Chipsets

As smartphones get more and more competitive with new smartphone makers joining the market every day, it was time for Qualcomm to launch some new chipsets
Qualcomm Snapdragon
Qualcomm Snapdragon

As smartphones become more competitive with new smartphone makers joining the market every day, it was time for Qualcomm to launch some new chipsets for companies and consumers to choose from. Qualcomm has launched four new chipsets, the Snapdragon 778 Plus, 695, 680, and 480 Plus. These may not be as special as they sound, though… here’s why.

The “plus” chips, the 778 plus, and 480 plus are slightly tweaked versions of their non-plus variants. The Snapdragon 778G Plus is an enhanced version of the standard 778G model, and the Snapdragon 480 Plus upgrades the existing Snapdragon 480. The 778 plus SoC boosts the CPU by 0.1GHz, from 2.4GHz to 2.5Ghz, making it an incremental upgrade. In a similar fashion, the 480 plus takes the clock speed from 2.0GHz to 2.2GHz.

Qualcomm has introduced some major upgrades when it comes to the Snapdragon 695, though. The chipset now gains mmWave support, enabling cheaper phones to deliver a higher connectivity speed. That’s not all, though. Qualcomm has also claimed that the Snapdragon 695 is 15% faster CPU performance and a whopping 30% better on the graphics side of things than the 690.

Also Read: Sony Xperia Pro-I: More Camera Than Phone!

The Snapdragon 680 is an entirely new addition to their lineup, though. One cheap chipset builds on the same 6nm foundations of the Snapdragon 690 but is only 4G capable. This makes the chipset give brands who are looking for only 4G capabilities in their phones a very high bang for their buck. It delivers the same performance and is reportedly considerably cheaper.

All four of these chips should be in smartphones as early as Q4 this year!


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