Qualcomm launched the latest intermediate smartphone platforms at the beginning of the second quarter of this year in April, offering two 8-nanometer LPP chipsets: the Snapdragon 730 and 730G. Now, new details suggest that the successor of these models will arrive with new architecture and lithography similar to today’s high-performance processors on the market.
According to Sudhanshu Ambhore, the Snapdragon 735, also known by code SM7250, will hit the market with the following specifications: a total of eight cores being one Cortex-A76 running at up to 2.36 GHz, another Cortex-A76 with speeds up to 2.32 GHz, and six more Cortex-A55 cores up to 1.73 GHz. Graphics processing is for the Adreno 620 GPU.
Ambhore states in his own tweet that such specifications “do not match previous leaks” as he would have taken such information “from a document”, but the leaker gave no further details.
Early leaks on the Snapdragon 735 platform had surfaced in late April this year displaying the same 7-nanometer LPP process, but a processor equipped with eight Kryo architecture cores rather than Cortex but delivering faster than current clock speeds. model.
While rumors are still emerging inconsistently, more details are expected to leak in the coming months. There is no official release forecast for the new mid-chip, but it would come as no surprise that Qualcomm will present the Snapdragon 735 alongside the new Snapdragon 865 in December at its traditional Hawaii event.
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