Qualcomm recently introduced an interesting first-generation Snapdragon 8+ processor, which has been made with the help of 4nm technology and is expected to provide more computing power with less power consumption. Kryo processor cores up to 3.2GHz based on Arm Cortex-X2, 64-bit cores are available for data conversion. The graphics core will be able to handle the Adreno 730 graphics core. Therefore, the newcomer will be intended for phones with a higher price range.
For mid-range Android smartphones, Qualcomm has developed a first-generation Snapdragon 7 processor, which is also made using 4nm technology. Kryo processor cores up to 2.4GHz are available for data transfer. . Graphics content will be matched by Adreno Graphics core with support for HDR technologies and Vulkan 1.1 API. This means that it will easily cope with the most demanding mobile games.
The first-generation Snapdragon 7 mobile processor has a powerful Snapdragon X62 5G mobile networking modem built in. There is also support for WiFi 6E and high-speed WiFi via the Qualcomm FastConnect 6900 modem and Bluetooth 5.3 wireless connectivity. As far as video capture is concerned, support for 8K videos is provided. Here you’ll also find support for LP-DDR5 memories and Quick Charge 4+ fast charging technology.
The first Android phone with a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 mobile processor is likely to be the Oppo Reno8. Not much is known about the newcomer at this time. The Oppo Reno8 mid-range smartphone is expected to feature a 6.55-inch or 16.6cm screen at 120Hz. There will be a 50MP main camera and a 4,500mAh battery with 80W fast charging technology.