Qualcomm Launches Snapdragon 675 Processor
Qualcomm has recently announced the Snapdragon 675 processor to meet the exceeding demands of the mid-range smartphone market. The Snapdragon 675 platform provides new architectures and offers performance improvements over the Snapdragon 670. The Snapdragon 675 based smartphones will deliver a better user experience. The processor has greater gaming abilities, better camera performance and a multi-core AI engine.
Qualcomm claims that it would be able to deliver upto 50% overall improvements in AI applications with the new chipset. This could mean better photos, videos and enhanced battery life. The processor will enable smartphone users to capture images and videos in professional-grade quality and in slow motion. It will also support a triple camera configuration in the front or back and provide features such as telephoto, super-wide, 3D face unlock, as well as an enhanced portrait mode. Additionally, it will provide limitless slo-mo, capable of recording extended slow motion video clips in HD.
The multi-core AI engine is made to improve the mobile devices’ ability to acquire information to become the ultimate personal assistant. It will also learn and adapt to a user’s voice and optimize battery life. The processor works cooperatively to run AI applications on the device faster and more efficiently. The processor will also help to run games smoothly on budget phones. The Snapdragon 675 delivers a high frame-rate for a better gaming experience. The Snapdragon 675 will play a primary role in allowing OEMs to integrate next generation features into their upcoming smartphones. Qualcomm also says that they have been working with game developers to deliver a better gaming experience to the 600 series of chips.
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Besides the improvements in the gaming, camera and AI department, it will also support Qualcomm Quick Charge and HD Bluetooth audio technologies. Devices that feature this chip set should start rolling out in the market in the first quarter of 2019.