News tagged: Snapdragon 835
Due to various demands from customers, companies tend to release several smartphone variants. For 2017, Xiaomi plans to launch three versions of the flagship Mi 6 handset, with two different chipsets. The cheaper model with MediaTek's Helio X30 will cost CNY1,999 (around $290)
Day before the Mobile World Congress 2017 officially starts, Nokia plans to announce their new smartphone. In a video highlighting the Nokia 6, the company has mentioned that "more announcements" will follow on February 26. It is believed that the phone in question is a flagship
Qualcomm's upcoming flagship chipset Snapdragon 835 is one of the main choices for companies in 2017. A prototype device running the Snapdragon 835 appeared in AnTuTu's database by the end of the year, scoring 181,434 which is a significant jump over the existing Snapdragon
As promised, Qualcomm has detailed its flagship chipset at CES 2017. The company unveiled more details about the Snapdragon 835, which is the main choice of many manufacturers for upcoming 2017 flagship smartphones, but the company didn't want to say anything about which phones
Qualcomm recently teased some features of its upcoming flagship chipset for mobile devices and promised to reveal more details at the upcoming CES 2017. Just ahead of the event, the presentation slides of the Snapdragon 835 have emerged online, revealing almost everything about
Samsung and Xiaomi are expected to be one of the first companies to release Snapdragon 835-powered smartphones. Xiaomi Mi 6 was rumoured to arrive in either February or in April, but latest report suggests that the Mi 6 will be unveiled in the first quarter of 2017.
Qualcomm's 2017 flagship chipset was announced a few months ago, but we have yet to learn more about it. The company promised to unveil more details next month at CES 2017, and ahead of the trade show, the chipset has found its ways into the Geekbench database.
Snapdragon 835 was already officially unveiled by Samsung and Qualcomm, but except it would be built using Samsung's 10nm process, not many details are known about it. Over the last few weeks, all we have found out is that it would revert back to an octa-core processor
Rumours so far are telling that Samsung is working on two different Galaxy S8 sizes for next year. The first should have a 5-inches display, while the alleged Plus variant will have a 6-inch display. Both models will have high-end specs and the only difference could be the
A day after appearing on GFXBench, Qualcomm's flagship chipset has been spotted on yet another popular benchmarking website. The AnTuTu listing only confirmed what the GFXBench showed and that is the impressive performance of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835.
Smartphones are slowly becoming powerful enough to run some heavy tasks, and Microsoft's Continuum feature is looking very promising. But the company wants to improve things even further and bring Windows 10 to the next-generation of Snapdragon mobile processors.
Companies are slowly finalizing their flagship smartphones for next year, and one of the first to announce new devices will be Samsung and Xiaomi. Both the Xiaomi Mi 6 and Samsung Galaxy S8 will also feature Qualcomm's high-end Snapdragon 835 chipset.
Oppo Find 9 is one of the most rumoured smartphones ever, as we first heard about it almost two years ago. The handset was expected to launch several times now, but that obviously didn't happen. The question is whether it will ever, since the phone got postponed again.
Most flagship smartphones are powered by either Snapdragon 820 or Snapdragon 821, but we know that Qualcomm is working on a new chipset for 2017 flagship smartphones. The Snapdragon 835 will have big improvements under the hood and will arrive in the first half of 2017.
Last week, Qualcomm announced that it has partnered with Samsung on the Snapdragon 835 chipset, which will power most of 2017's flagship Android phones. The chipset will enable significantly faster charging, and will use 40% less power thanks to 10nm manufacturing process.
Samsung and Qualcomm have jointly developed the Snapdragon 835, which will power most of 2017's flagship Android phones. Samsung's 10-nanometer FinFET process is being used for the chip. This processor will enable significantly faster charging and offer a 27% performance boost.