Qualcomm Snapdragon, it doesn’t need any introduction. I mean who doesn’t know about it? If your soul living under the stalwarts, Snapdragon is a complement of System on a chip. The Snapdragon is Central Processing Unit (CPU) which uses the ARM RISC instruction set.
2x 2.2GHz (Cortex- A75)
6x 1.7GHz (Cortex-A55)
800 Mbps down, 300 Mbps Up
3x20MHz CA, up to 4×4 MIMO
Lately, Qualcomm released their new Snapdragon 700 line of SoCs. The new series chipsets will find their way into smartphones momentarily. The Snapdragon 710 is the rebranded version of the Snapdragon 670 that was touted towards the end of 2017. The SoC will be built on the Samsung’s 10nm LPE process. This manufacturing process is said to offer a 27% boost in performance over the 14nm manufacturing process, while still having 40% lower power consumption. This chipset will feature two Kryo 3xx cores clocked at 2.2 GHz each and six efficient Kryo 3xx cores clocked at 1.7 GHz.
The Snapdragon 710 is the first processor to feature the second generation Spectra ISP. The Snapdragon 710 can make full use of single 32MP sensors and dual 20MP sensors. Additionally, the Spectra 250 ISP also proficient in handling low light images with affluence.
Coming to the GPU, the Adreno 616, this can reach the standards of Snapdragon 800 series of processors. As said earlier, power consumption is as low as 40% even with 4K HDR playback. With the all new X15 LTE modem, we can now attain the downlink speed up to 800Mbps and uplink speeds up to 300 Mbps. As being said about connectivity, it’s worth mentioning that this processor supports Bluetooth 5.0 and can deliver QCTrueWireless Stereo Plus.
So we can see phones running on Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 from the second quarter of 2018. It’s been said that the Snapdragon 710 is said to be lined up for two Xiaomi Smartphones.