The smartphone UPGRADE list of things to get has remained to a great extent unaltered throughout the most recent quite a while. Our handsets ought to be quicker, and more slender, and squeeze out as much battery life as material science will permit. Qualcomm’s most recent processor, the Snapdragon 835, gives gadget makers a chance to check those boxes, but it also adds a healthy dollop of future to the mix. This is a processor built for next-generation connectivity, photography, and virtual reality—and it’s not just for smartphones.
Announced at CES, the 835 is the most recent in Qualcomm’s line of industry-dominant processors (qualcomm snapdragon chips are inside scores of Android phones, but not the iPhone, which Apple powers with its its homegrown guts.)And while its iterative upgrades are certainly welcome, it’s the more extensive applications that may end up making a difference most.
With an advanced 10-nanometer outline, the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 mobile platform can support phenomenal mobile performance. It is 35% littler and utilizations 25% less power than past plans, and is engineered to deliver exceptionally long battery life, lifelike VR and AR experiences, cutting-edge camera capabilities and Gigabit Class download speeds.
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We don’t know who’s going to be first out of the gate with Snapdragon 636 phones, but qualcomm snapdragon is shipping the chips to OEMs in November. Devices should hit the market in the first half of next year.