Snapdragon 712 Announced With Faster CPU And Quick Charge 4+ Support

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Snapdragon 712 Announced With Faster CPU And Quick Charge 4+ Support

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Qualcomm has announced the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 Mobile Platform. With performance boosts and support for the all-new Quick Charge, Snapdragon 712 is may end up being used for mid market gaming devices. 

Performance Boosts

The Snapdragon 712 retains the 10nm process of its predecessor and runs the multicore Qualcomm AI Engine. It consists of the Qualcomm Kryo 360 CPU, the Adreno 616 graphic unit, and the Qualcomm Hexagon 685 DSP. Talking about performance increase, the 712 offers up to 10 percent of more power over the Snapdragon 710. 

Qualcomm claims that the Snapdragon 712 is designed for mid budget gaming devices. It also claims that the chipset can help render over a billion shades of colors. Qualcomm’s Aqstic audio technology will be added to the chipset for seemingly better audio experience. 

What Is Quick Charge 4+?

The Snapdragon 712 is targeted at improving your battery life. Now the real question that arises is how will 712 manage to do that?

It is engineered in a way that it’s heterogeneous computing structure automatically works out the perfect balance between workloads, heat management & optimization. What’s more, it also supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+. This means what it can bring your phone battery from 0 to 50 percent in under 15 minutes. 

More Features

Snapdragon 712 has a ton of other enhanced features that already were present in the Snapdragon 710. It integrates the Qualcomm Snapdragon X15 LTE Modem. Qualcomm claims this offers almost double download speeds with LTE Advanced Capability.

The new chipset offers video noise reduction and the Snapdragon 712 understands your settings and adapts to them, so you don’t have to lose battery over it. 

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Will the Snapdragon 712 be the next big mobile platform especially in the Low-mid market? With all the performance boosts and AI development, it sure looks that way. And the Quick Charge 4+ is a welcome add-on. 


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