Qualcomm’s latest flagship Snapdragon 888 chipset – While Qualcomm closes the curtains for its latest Snapdragon 888 chipset, several prominent smartphone companies have announced the launch of their own devices with Snapdragon 888 chipset soon.
Qualcomm is giving the Snapdragon 800 family a big boost by shaking the processing industry with its new redefined Snapdragon 888 SoC. Technically, the 5nm-based 888 chipset brings changes across all departments for a versatile experience.
Everything about the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset
A completely impressive cluster of cores fits the processor, maintaining the essence of Snapdragon’s 800 series. Especially, the more powerful Cortex-X1 leads the way in central processing along with other, more efficient chipsets. On paper, the CPU sees a 25% jump over its predecessor.
When it comes to graphics, a revamped Adreno 660 GPU being 35% improved can push the various game limits, supporting 144fps gameplays and improved touch sample rates. Similar to PC graphics units, you can now update the Adreno 660 game drivers.
The next big draw is the first triple ISP in the 888 SoC, which curiously opens doors to take 120x 12MP photos per second. Surprisingly, the processing power allows the device to record up to three HDR 4K videos simultaneously.
In fact, Xiaomi even posted in its Weibo article about the global debut of the Snapdragon 888 in its next Mi 11. series. Other popular companies, such as OnePlus, Realme, Motorola, etc., also broke the silence regarding the launch of the phones equipped with Snapdragon 888 next year.
Realme has already launched its new phone equipped with Snapdragon 888 with the code ‘race’, which will hit the market in the first quarter of 2021. In addition, Oppo’s next Find X series, specifically Find X3 and Find X3 Pro, should display the Snapdragon 888 chipset confirmed by the manufacturer.
Leaving the marks above aside, we have many other smartphone companies that are in line to launch their flagships and work is in progress. They are notably Sony, LG, Motorola, Black Shark and more.