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    Introducing four new Qualcomm chipsets: from Snapdragon 778G Plus 5G to SD695, SD480 Plus 5G and SD680 4G
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    Qualcomm has a large market for advanced mobile processors and the company's unique 800 Series chipsets. At the intermediate level, however, a powerful competitor called MediaTek emerges, offering cheaper and more cost-effective solutions. Qualcomm's position, especially in the mid-range advanced chipsets with the Snapdragon 780G and Snapdragon 778G, has strengthened in recent months, but MediaTek's shadow is widening moment by moment by moving to cheaper handsets. In this regard, and to strengthen the mid-range chipsets, Qualcomm on Tuesday, October 26, 2021 (November 4, 1400) unveiled four new chipsets from the 400, 600 and 700 series. Introducing four new Qualcomm chipsets: from Snapdragon 778G Plus 5G to SD695, SD480 Plus 5G and SD680 4G

    chipsets introduced this time should be He considered an update on the previous examples of these three families, and in almost all four cases, we will see slight and not very significant changes. The Snapdragon 778G Plus is the most advanced model in the collection, which we expect to change slightly from the SD778G, according to the label. The Snapdragon 695 5G uses newer processing and graphics cores and a more advanced 5G modem with mmWave support compared to the SD690. The Snapdragon 680 4G is a low-end chipset that has improved in some cases compared to the SD662, and changing its lithography to 6nm is the most important news about it. The latest and lowest chipset available this time is called the Snapdragon 480 Plus 5G, a significant change from the Snapdragon 480 5G due to the support of the fifth generation mmWave network.

    Read more about each of these mobile processors Introducing this processor, Qualcomm introduces the Snapdragon 778G Plus 5G

    Introducing this processor as a sequel to the Snapdragon 778G with enhanced GPU and CPU performance to deliver an advanced level of mobile gaming, AI acceleration and a stunning photo experience. Designed video. In practice, but beyond these exaggerated definitions, the Snapdragon 778G Plus is still an advanced mid-range processor with 6nm lithography that uses four Kryo 670 cores (compatible with the Arm Cortex-A78 core) and four Cortex-A55 cores with the maximum core cores frequency. It has been increased from 2.4 to 2.5 GHz. Introducing four new Qualcomm chipsets: from Snapdragon 778G Plus 5G to SD695, SD480 Plus 5G and SD680 4G

    Adreno 642L graphics This processor does not show any change compared to before, but according to the manufacturer, it has seen a 20% increase in performance compared to before. Other specifications of this processor remain the same as the SD778G, including the Spectra 570 video signal processor with support for a 192-megapixel single camera (64-megapixel with zero shutter delay), the fifth-generation Snapdragon X53 5G internal modem, Qualcomm FastCon 67 communication module Wi-Fi 6E support and maximum screen resolution supported by Full HD Plus with a refresh rate of 144 Hz were mentioned. Snapdragon 695 5G It was introduced a year and a half ago in June 2020 and became the first Qualcomm 6G Series 6G mobile platform. The most important change in this processor belongs to its 5G communication modem, which now supports the faster mmWave network apart from the sub-6GHz network. Processing takes place on the Snapdragon 695 5G with two new Kryo 660 cores at the top and six A55 cores at the bottom. Qualcomm did not provide further details on the new Kryo 660 core, but given that the company's Kryo 670 cores are compatible with the Arm Cortex-A78 architecture, it is likely that older Arm A77 cores are still used here than the Snapdragon 690 Kryo 560 There is no change in the architecture of the cores. The frequency of these cores, however, has now changed from 2 GHz on the SD690 to 2.2 GHz. With this change, Qualcomm is talking about a 15% improvement in CPU performance compared to the SD690; Which seems to be more related to increasing the frequency of stronger cores. Introducing four new Qualcomm chipsets: from Snapdragon 778G Plus 5G to SD695, SD480 Plus 5G and SD680 4G. . The SD695 is also more successful in terms of energy consumption than its predecessor, as its lithography has grown from the previous 8nm to 6nm. The video signal processor (ISP) in this chipset has also been changed from Spectra 355L to Spectra 346T, which is a 12-bit triple ISP. Phones with this chipset support a 108-megapixel single camera (32-megapixel with zero shutter delay), a 16-megapixel camera and a 13-megapixel triple camera, with a maximum slow-motion resolution of 720p/120fps. By comparison, the previous SD690 performed better in this area and also supported 720p/240fps slow motion. Snapdragon 695 is out; Hexagon 686 Digital Signal Processor This chipset is in a lower position than the Hexagon 692, and we will probably encounter lower quality AI. </p> Snapdragon 480 Plus 5G <p> In the nearly 10 months since the introduction of Snapdragon 480 5G passes The chipset, according to Qualcomm, has been used in more than 85 different devices that have been officially introduced or are in production. This success has prompted Qualcomm to launch a newer version of the chipset, resulting in the Snapdragon 480 Plus 5G. The lithography of this processor is still 8 nanometers and in this respect it is not different from the previous generation. The two high-end Kryo 460 cores (based on Cortex-A76) and the six-core A55 cores on this chipset have not changed either, but the frequency of cores more powerful than 2.0 has reached 2.2 GHz. The graphics of this processor are the same as the previous Adreno 619. </p> <p> </p> <img src=

Latest news from the SoC-(System-on-a-Chip) & Qualcomm & 778---5--Snapdragon-778G-Plus-5G & 695-5--Snapdragon-695-5G & 480--5--Snapdragon-480-Plus-5G & 680-4--Snapdragon-680-4G