At present, Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor for high-end devices has been released for nearly a year. In other words, this product was launched at the end of its service cycle, and its successor, the Snapdragon 670 processor, is gradually unveiled.
The news from XDA shows that Snapdragon 670 still uses the eight core size of the nuclear design. However, unlike the “4+4” structure that we are familiar with, the Snapdragon 670 processor will adopt the “2+6” structure. Among them, “2” is two large cores, based on ARM Cortex A75 customization, named Kryo 300 Gold and “6” is six small cores, based on Cortex A55 customization, named Kryo 300 Sliver.
Each core will have 32 KB of top-level cache, each cluster will have 128 KB of cache and there will be an additional 1024 KB for the entire SoC. While the low-performance cores will work at 1,708 MHz, the high-performance cores will have an operating frequency of 2,611 MHz, slightly lower than that of the Kryo 385s of the Snapdragon 845 .
The graphics will be delegated to the Adreno 615 GPU, capable of working at a maximum frequency of 700 MHz, will support systems with dual cameras and a maximum display resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels. As for the memories, they will support the flash memory type eMMC 5.1 and the most performing UFS 2.1, in addition to the LPDDR4X type RAM. Finally, in the Snapdragon 670, there will be a Snapdragon X2x modem, which should allow download speeds, on the LTE network, up to 1Gbps.
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