And it’s third time Qualcomm had set their launch dates in December. As the main concern of the Snapdragon chipset is enabling 5G support, Elite Gaming and the advanced 3D Sonic sensor. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 was released in Hawaii at the Qualcomm Tech Summit.
And the Chipset is equipped with Kryo 485 CPU cores based on ARM’s latest core designs, as well as the Adreno 640 GPU for the elite gaming performance. The chipset will feature upto 2.84 GHz of CPU clocking speeds. And again its Qualcomm claiming the world’s first Computer Vision (CV) ISP delivering 4K HDR video capture with Portrait Mode and world’s first to capture HDR10+ video.
The Snapdragon unleashes its first 5G connectivity Snapdragon™ X50 5G Modem. Enabling the 3D Sonic Sensor for the advanced in-display fingerprint scanner making it more secure in the upcoming smartphone. The move to 7nm enables increased transistor density while delivering improvements in performance and power efficiency on the order of 20% and 40% respectively, though that’s compared to TSMC’s own 10nm FinFET process.
Yet another news gathered was that the Samsung just confirmed their S10 smartphone sporting the latest Snapdragon 855.