The San Diego-based giant, QUALCOMM, is about to release Snapdragon 865, the fastest so far in the series of microprocessors the company has yet produced.
Samsung has been given the job to come up with the ultra-modern technology, but the first phone, formally announced, to incorporate it is Titanium M6 5G–the flagship by China’s luxury smartphone and watchmaking company, 8848. There is still a possibility that Samsung Galaxy S11 is going to be the first phone launched with this superior chipset. All one can do is to wait patiently for the next announcement by Samsung.
8848 has inadvertently unveiled the latest features in Qualcomm’s unannounced Snapdragon 865 SoC. So far, it has become a public knowledge that the chip is coming in two variants: one for contemporary smartphones, 4G LTE version; and the other for the futuristic ones, 5G connectivity.
Titanium M6 5G smartphone has a couple of other exciting features also. It has a 6.01-inch AMOLED display, pretty fast 12GB of RAM and a whooping large 1TB of storage capacity. With advanced interpolation, its 64 MP camera would be able to capture pictures as high as 100 MP resolution. The phone is going to be a beast, but it will equally damage the consumer wallet.
Despite its other amazing features, Titanium M6 5G smartphone is essentially reliant on QUALCOMM Snapdragon 865 in order to attract its consumers, and rightly so. The flagship chipset is being manufactured by 7nm EUV process. The process uses extreme ultraviolet beams to fit in more transistors in the chip. The higher the number of chips, the more efficient and powerful would be the chip.
Qualcomm is going to host its annual Snapdragon Tech Summit in Hawaii, in December, and there it would completely reveal all the features of the chipset.