The much-awaited Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ is rumored to be launched in July. If the chipset is launched next month, most of the smartphones that will be launched later this year will be powered with it.
Areport by Gizmochina quoted Ice Universe as saying, “If there is no accident, Qualcomm will release the Snapdragon 865+ processor in July."
The tipster also added that mobile phones with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processors will arrive in the second half of the year.
The report mentions that the Snapdragon 865+ processor is expected to have a clock speed of 3.09 GHz, which will be higher than 2.84GHz in Snapdragon 865.
As per the AnTuTu listing, Snapdragon 865+ chipset has a total score of 646,310 points, which includes a CPU score of 183,149 points, a GPU score of 247,932 points, MEM score of 111,239 points and UX score of 103,990 points.
According to a report by Wccftech.com, one of the first smartphones to come powered with the upcoming faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ chipset could be theASUS ROG Phone 3.
It further says that if manufacturers plan on letting the Snapdragon 865+ run at the aforementioned clock speeds, then they will have to design a cooling solution accordingly. If they don't, the chipset will throttle, wasting away its actual potential.
A report by TechRadar mentions that the other few devices that may also rock the new SoC could be the Samsung’s Note 20 Series and iQoo 3 Pro from Vivo. There are rumours that Samsung’s foldable phone Galaxy Z Flip may be powered with the new chipset.
29/06/2020 02:07 PM