Amid the development of the telecommunications industry certainly makes the producers compete to bring the latest technology for each product. Amid the development of the telecommunications industry certainly makes the producers compete to bring the latest technology for each product.
Qualcomm as a manufacturer of processors are widely used by smartphone manufacturers currently reportedly testing the latest processors they have. Quoted from Gizmochina, Qualcomm itself is rumored to be preparing the latest processors for the middle class that rumors will use the name Snapdragon 670.
Based on the leak that comes from the cultivation of gadget experts named Roland Quandt, Snapdragon 670 reportedly will support WQXGA screen. It will also be compatible with WQHD screens. Test devices powered by an unnamed Snapdragon 670 processor will have a rear-facing 22.6-megapixel camera and a 13 megapixel front-facing camera, and will support qualified camera modules.
For the record, Snapdragon 660 has support dual-camera features with two sensors that each 13 megapixel or a single lens with 24 megapixel resolution.
The Snapdragon 660 comes with eight Kryo 260 cores located at a maximum operating frequency of 2.2GHz. While the Snapdragon 670 is likely to come with a higher speed, though it is expected to continue to maintain octa core configurations similar to those of two core ones ready to support high-level performance.
There is no definite details about the graphics processing capabilities of Snapdragon 670, although the processor manufacturer is likely to be working on making better energy efficiency than the Adreno 512 GPU found on Snapdragon 660.
Snapdragon 670 will reportedly be the first middle-grade processor processor to be created with Samsung 10nm LPP production process. The same production process is also used to work on the kitchen runway smartphone such as Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895. Although quite a lot of leaks in circulation, but the latest middle-class processor from Qualcomm is reportedly will be visited the market in mid 2018.