Qualcomm has already begun work on two new midrange smartphone processors that will be officially presented in mid-2019. The chips in question will be called Snapdragon 6150 and Snapdragon 7150, and these two architectures will join the company’s premium processor next year, namely the Snapdragon 8150. In this way, the company will rely on the new strategy for the use of four-digit names rather than three, as has been the case (Snapdragon 845, Snapdragon 660, etc.)
According to WinFuture, the upcoming two Qualcomm mid-range processors will be jammed and will offer modified Kryo cores for maximum speed. Serious improvements in graphics performance are expected from the company’s current Snapdragon 6xx offerings. This will provide even better gaming and multi-mobile applications. Qualcomm Snapdragon 6150 and Snapdragon 7150 will be manufactured with 11nm technology.
The first processor will support Full HD + resolution, but Snapdragon 7150 devices will be able to have QHD + displays. Switching to the 11nm production process will also ensure low power consumption. We still do not have specific information about the technical parameters of the new processors. Apparently, mid-range Android smartphones will get faster and will consume less power next year.
When Qualcomm introduces its new mid-range processors, is currently still open. With the Snapdragon 675, you had recently presented a drilled version of the Snapdragon 670. Presumably, the new chips will be seen for the first time in the next year, after the flagship SoC Snapdragon 8150 was launched in December at Hawaiian press conference, and the Snapdragon 8180 processor for notebooks is expected to be on the same stage.
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