• - Introducing a 5nm Snapdragon 888 Plus processor with a 3GHz core and an improvement in artificial intelligence

    Introducing a 5nm Snapdragon 888 Plus processor with a 3GHz core and an improvement in artificial intelligence

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    As expected, Qualcomm unveiled the new Snapdragon 888 Plus processor at MWC 2021 Barcelona, ​​which is considered to be an improved version of the Snapdragon 888. This new chipset is thus no different from the previous SD888 in terms of the type and number of processing and graphics cores, and in the meantime we only encounter some changes such as the maximum core frequency of Cortex-X1 and the improvement in the performance of artificial intelligence. The lithography and manufacturing process of this chipset are unchanged and it is also an advanced 5-nanometer type, so that it will not be much different from the previous model in terms of energy consumption.

     <b>Introducing</b> a <b>5nm</b> <b>Snapdragon</b> <b>888</b> <b>Plus</b> <b>processor</b> with a <b>3GHz</b> <b>core</b> and an <b>improvement</b> in <b>artificial</b> <b>intelligence</b>

    As mentioned, the biggest change in the structure of the Snapdragon 888 Plus to the maximum core frequency of the Cortex -X1 It belongs to the highest category of processing cores of this chipset alone; The frequency of this core in Snapdragon 888 was only 2.84 GHz, while in Snapdragon 865 Plus this figure was close to 3.1 GHz and in Snapdragon 870 it was 3.2 GHz. Thus, increasing the core frequency was one of the most important expectations from the SD888 Plus version. The single-core frequency of the Snapdragon 888 Plus has increased to close to 3 GHz (exactly 2.995 GHz), which is an increase of about 5.45% compared to the past.

     <b>Introducing</b> a <b>5nm</b> <b>Snapdragon</b> <b>888</b> <b>Plus</b> <b>processor</b> with a <b>3GHz</b> <b>core</b> and an <b>improvement</b> in <b>artificial</b> <b>intelligence</b>

    3 cores 2.42 GHz Arm Cortex-A78 and 4 cores 1.8 GHz A55 in this The collection remains intact and is located in the lower and middle clusters, respectively. In terms of graphics, we do not see any change, and the same valuable Adreno 660 graphics can be seen here. In terms of artificial intelligence, the Snapdragon 888 Plus still uses the powerful Hexagon 780 Digital Signal processor (DSP), but apparently due to the increase in core processing frequency and some hardware and software optimizations, this part is also improving significantly. While the SD888 supported 26 trillion operations per second (TOPS), this number has reached a staggering 32 trillion operations per second on the + SD888 +. Apart from the above, almost all other notable options for this processor are similar to the SD888, from the type of memory supported to the specifications of the video signal processor (ISP) and from charging technology to all-in-one communication channels. Here are the repetitions.

    Waiting time to see the first device with the Snapdragon 888 Plus‌ processor will not be long as Qualcomm talks about launching the first device with the processor in the third quarter of 2021. . Motorola, Vivo, Asus and Xiaomi will be among the brands offering smartphones with this processor, and Honor's Magic3 series is also among the first smartphones on this list.

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