Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 SoC With Faster Kryo 360 Cores And Quick Charge 4+nSupport Launched
Qualcomm recently launched Snapdragon 712 SoC,a 10nm-based chip with 64-bit architecture and 8X Kyro 360 CPU cores. It’s a slight upgrade over its predecessor Snapdragon 710 SoC which was launched over a year ago. It is clocked at a higher frequency 2.3 GHz compared to the max 2.2 GHz of the Snap 710.
Theu00a0700 series is most commonly seen in the premium mid-rangers by Nokia ,Oppo and Vivo. It packs more power than the 600 series but falls short of the 800 series. The Qualcomm SoChas a new Snapdragon X15 LTE modem which facilitates fast download speed of up tou00a0800Mbps over Cat,u00a015 LTE standard and uplink speed ofu00a0150Mbps over Cat. 13 LTEu00a0connectivity. The Snapdragon 712 SoC comes with the Spectra 250 ISP that has support for upto 20-megapixel dual cameras or a single 32-megapixel single camera, it is capable of 4K video recording at 30fps and full-HD video capture at 120fps. For entertainment the latest Qualcomm offering has support for 4K Ultra HD video on an HDR-10u00a0supported display with a maximum resolution of QHD+ (1440×3360 pixels). Qualcomm Aqstic audio technology handles the audio department and is further supported by Qualcomm aptX for more refined music over wireless headphones.
Snapdragon 712 supports Quick Charge 4+, which is claimed by Qualcomm to fill up half the battery in justu00a0 15 minutes.
There is no compromise in gaming as it arrives with the latest Adreno 616 GPU which is capable of handling high end games at Ultra settings with ease.The Snapdragon 712 also packs the latest Qualcomm AI engine which detects usage patterns and automatically adjusts UIu00a0preferences which offers a lot of help while shooting videos and clicking pictures.
Qualcommu00a0relies on its multi-core integrated chip for better resource allocation,u00a0 optimisation and management of temperature during intensive usage. There is also support for Bluetooth 5.0 and tri-band Wi-Fi for wireless connectivity, while the Qualcomm Hexagon 685 DSP handles on-device automation processes for more efficient power management as well as usage optimisation.u00a0
Devices powered by the latest Qualcomm’s offering will arrive this fall 2019.