Qualcomm Will Ship Dual-Core, 1.5GHz Chips in Q4
Aug 17, 2010, 9:38 AM by Philip Berne
Qualcomm will ship a newer version of its Snapdragon processor by the end of this year, with devices to follow soon after. The new dual-core QSD8672 chip will run at clock speeds up to 1.5GHz. The chip will be manufactured using a 45nm process. The new processor will use a feature Qualcomm calls individual voltage scaling, so each of the two cores can be clocked independently for better power management. The chip ups the ante on video capabilities, with the potential to display 1080p video content, up from the 720p capability of the older MSM8660 Snapdragon chip. The new chipset will also integrate HDMI output.
Huawei Takes Aim at Snapdragon 810 with Kirin 950
Huawei today announced the Kirin 950 chipset for phones, which is designed to compete with Qualcomm Snapdragon 800-series chipsets in higher-end phones. Huawei claims that the 950 is 25% faster and 44% more power-efficient than the Snapdragon 810, Qualcomm's current flagship chip.
Qualcomm Improves Its High-Tier Range with Snapdragon 660 and 630
Qualcomm today announced the Snapdragon 660 and Snapdragon 630 mobile platforms, two new systems-on-a-chip that the company says will dramatically improve speed, battery life, and photography for sub-flagship smartphones. The Snapdragon 660 succeeds the 653, while the 630 succeeds the 626.
Qualcomm Fully Reveals the Snapdragon 820
Qualcomm today unveiled the Snapdragon 820 processor, a top-of-the-line chip bound for flagship handsets and tablets. The 820 features a Qualcomm-designed, 64-bit quad-core Kryo processor.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 Targets Flagships
Qualcomm today announced the Snapdragon 835, its premiere processor for 2017. Qualcomm says the chip is smaller, faster, and more efficient than any previous processor from the company.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 450 Platform Jumps to 14nm Process
Qualcomm today announced the Snapdragon 450 Platform, a new entry in its mid-tier range of processors for high-volume devices. The Snapdragon 450 is the first 400 series chip to make use of Qualcomm's 14nm process, which provides it with noticeable performance and efficiency gains over earlier chips.
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