Qualcomm is preparing a new powerful chipset for those who want more processing capabilities for their devices. Whether their main activities on a machine is gaming, video editing, or building prototype schemes for helicopters, a powerful processor is always welcomed. Therefore, Qualcomm will bring its new flagship chipset Snapdragon 875 to the market somewhere during 2021.
Hopefully, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic won’t ruin any plans of those from Qualcomm, because Snapdragon 875 is going to be one hell of a chipset. The upcoming processor will be featuring support for both the mmWave and 6GHz bands. Also, the chances are high that it will have an upgraded Snapdragon X60 5G modem as well.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 Specs, Features, and Other Details
The good news doesn’t stop for those willing to get their hands on the upcoming Snapdragon 875 chipset from Qualcomm. The little device will also be accompanied by the Adreno 660 GPU and the Spectra 580 ISP with the cryo 685 core.
It’s true that we would like to know more about the core clock speed or architecture of the upcoming chipset, but we’re hoping that things will change pretty soon. Or maybe Qualcomm is preparing us a pleasant surprise and wants to increase the tension. Nonetheless, the shift from 7 nm to 5 nm is an indication that the new Snapdragon processor will be featuring more energy.
For those who don’t know, Qualcomm is a multinational corporation headquartered in San Diego (California). It is known for creating semiconductors, software, intellectual property, and services related to wireless technology. Qualcomm owns patents critical to the WCDMA, CDMA2000, and TD-SCDMA mobile communications standards.
Qualcomm was founded more than three decades ago in 1985 by Irwin M. Jacobs along with six other co-founders. We cannot be otherwise than very excited about upcoming creations of the company, including the Snapdragon 875 processor.