Qualcomm announces 3 new smartphones processors


Qualcomm announced on Monday three new smartphone processors in the low and medium categories: (Snapdragon 720G), (Snapdragon 662) and (Snapdragon 640).

The American company said in a statement: The first processor: (Snapdragon 720G) will allow to bring many advantages of the games provided by (Snapdragon 765G) processor with support for (HDR) HDR, dynamic color group, and high-quality simultaneous sound with Qualcomm aptX technology Adaptive.

As for the processor (Snapdragon 662), it will bring the support of 3 rear cameras, to be the first processor in the series (Snapdragon 6) to support this possibility, and the processor (Snapdragon 460) may be the least capable of the three processors, but it is considered the best in the series (Snapdragon 4).

As far as specifications are concerned, the Snapdragon 765G processor is built with 8nm technology, which is octa-core with a frequency of 2.3GHz, and includes a graphics processor (Adreno 618), and supports Quick Charge 4.0 technology, also supports 192-megapixel cameras, and a modem (Snapdragon X15LT) E.) Snapdragon X15 LTE with download speed of 800Mbps.

The (Snapdragon 662) and (Snapdragon 460) are also eight cores with the graphics processor (Adreno 610), support for 48-megapixel cameras, and a modem (Snapdragon X11 LTE) that provides a download speed of 300 Mbps, and fast charging technology Quick Charge 3.0. The processors differ that the first comes at a frequency of 2 GHz, and the other at a frequency of 1.8 GHz, but both are manufactured with 11 nm technology. The three processors share the support of communication technologies: Dual VoLTE, Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth 5.1.

Qualcomm said in its statement: It is expected that devices based on the (Snapdragon 720G) processor will be commercially available in the first quarter of 2020, and it is expected that devices based on (Snapdragon 662) and (Snapdragon 460) will be commercially available by the end of 2020 .

Qualcomm announces 3 new smartphones processors

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