An opulent mobile processor by Qualcomm is one of the gigantic deals of the year. The processor is famous for some reasonable factors that most Smartphone brands utilize the same in their smart phones flagship. Or we can say the capabilities and features offered by first-rated SOC of Qualcomm are what make the user experience for the majority of smart phone’s flagship in the upcoming months.
With the help of Snapdragon 855, Qualcomm has now altered to a 7 nanometers manufacture process that provides considerable advantages in terms of both performances in addition to the power consumption. While the Snapdragon 855 is by no means the first 7 nanometers m SOC, as Kirin 980 of Huawei and A12 Bionic chips of Apple also make use of the 7 nanometer manufacture, the Snapdragon 855 does claim to be much better in comparison.
First one is the performance. The Snapdragon 855 chip promises a 45 % performance boost, and a 20 % boost in graphics when compared to the Snapdragon 845, all thanks to the latest Kryo 485 CPU and Adreno 640 GPU.Next one is connectivity. The genuine takeaway at this point is that while the Snapdragon 855 can be measured as a pragmatic vehicle for bringing 5G, the SOC will really come along with the X24 modem, which is restricted to LTE.
As far as Artificial Intelligence is concerned, there are several immense promises in this feature too. With the processor, Hexagon 690 liable for handling Artificial Intelligence, the Snapdragon 855 SOC brings Qualcomm’s 4th generation Artificial Intelligence engine to the stand, with an overall capacity of over 7 trillion functions per second. Qualcomm is claiming a 3X boost in Artificial Intelligence tasks as compared to before, and twice the performance of rival chipsets.
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