Qualcomm Announces Snapdragon 845 Processor for the 2018 Android Devices. The Snapdragon 845 Processor will be in the most flagship smartphones of 2018. The 845 will have an Octa-Core Processor with Kryo 385 CPU at its heart for Processing and Other tasks. It will be running at a speed of 2.8 GHz on a Quad Core. The other Quad core will be Efficiency cores which will basically Save your Battery and used when Idle.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 will also have an Adreno 630 Graphics, With over 30% Improvement in Performance than the Snapdragon 835. Qualcomm claims that the Snapdragon 845 is mainly designed and Engineered for all Day Battery life. Qualcomm also included its Quick Charge 4+ Technology which can able to Charge 50% of its battery in just 15 minutes.
Qualcomm has Included a Qualcomm Spectra 280 Image Signal Processor (ISP) which Brings Premium High-Quality Camera Experience. The ISP helps to Capture 60 Images per second on a 16 MP Camera. The new ISP also captures 64x more HDR color Depth Information on Videos.
Qualcomm has Included an SPU, Which is Very similar to what Apple used to do on their Products. The SPU is a Secure Processing Unit which will Protect all Your Personal Data with Vault like Security. All the Fingerprints and Facial Authentication Data is stored here for Maximum security and Away from hackers. With this level of Protection and Secure storage, you can be Assured that all Your data in Your phone is safe.
The 3rd Generation Qualcomm Hexagon 685 DSP will do all AI Processing within your device itself, Earlier it has been done on the servers. It will also Help in Providing Excellent Pictures and Videos from the Camera. This will help in Augmented Reality similar to the new iPhones. Improvements to Voice, XR, VR and Gaming Experiences too. We will wait for the New Android Devices with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU to test it. Subscribe to Above Android for More Coverage on This.
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