Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor is the next flagship product, Qualcomm is working on. And we will soon be able to hear the official bell rings of this chipset on the consumer platform. As per the new reports, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will make its way into the real world on November 14, this year.
Earlier, we reported that the upcoming variant of the Snapdragon will step into the consumer platform, somewhere in November. Consequently, the new info has marked a confirmation that we are running on the right track for this matter.
The latest post shared by the Weibo blogger @FactoryDirectorShiGuan suggests that Qualcomm will release the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip on November 14. The post consists of two images, outlining the official view of the company.
On the flip side, the tipster also recalls the major specs of the processor. From the base architecture to the performance-oriented functions, you can get a simplistic and detailed view of the flagship chipset here.
Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 – Major Specs
Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 firmly stands on the 4nm process technology. The Qualcomm manufacturer has equipped the advanced 1+2+2+3 octa-core architecture design. Further, the company has upgraded its ultra-large core to Cortex X3.
Comparatively, this addition increases the overall performance grade of the processor by 22 percent. Besides, the large-core structure gets an upgrade to Cortex A715. The functioning ratio of other Cortex (Cortex A710) has increased by 5 percent.
Though the small core still relies on the Cortex A510. But that doesn’t affect the benefits of the chipset. With new implementations, energy efficiency also gets rises by 20 percent. For the GPU segment, the chip will enhance the graphics with Adreno 740 and X70 5G.
Is Huawei P60 the first to equip Snapdragon 8 Gen 2?
While consumers are waiting for the dynamic processor, a new leak says that the Huawei P60 series will appear on the platform with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. Will it be the first smartphone to bring the super advanced processor in its pocket, or is it just a rumor? Well, let’s wait till the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 touches the ground.
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