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Snapdragon 845: Qualcomm’s Next Generation Processor Already In Development

May 07, 2017 02:00 AM EDT

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Prolific mobile chip manufacturer Qualcomm will be holding a special event on May. 09 this year where they are expected to launch a new set of processors under the Snapdragon 6xx lineup with reports indicating that the company will unveil the Snapdragon 660, 635 and 630 processors. Fresh reports emerging on the internet claim that Qualcomm has already gone ahead of time with their development of new chips.

Previously, it was understood that the Snapdragon 835 chipset would be the flagship chipset from Qualcomm for the current year. If rumors prove to be true, manufacturers will certainly be surprised. As noted by a report from 9To5Google, both Samsung and Qualcomm have begun with their development of the new Snapdragon 845 chipset.

Reports from Android Headlines seem to suggest that Qualcomm in collaboration with Samsung are already developing their Snapdragon 845 premium segment chipset as early as in 2017 itself.Sources close to the website revealed that TSMC has begun development of the new Snapdragon 845 chips will be built on a 7nm manufacturing process and is already in a testing phase.

For the first time, Qualcomm has not only released a top-of-the-line mobile chipset but also concentrate on their upcoming Snapdragon 845 processor. The report indicates that prominent manufacturers like Huawei and Nvidia are too keen on implementing their new chips on their hardware lineup as soon as it is available.

The upcoming Snapdragon 845 chipset from Qualcomm will see an enhanced performance in the virtual reality and augmented reality division. Both companies plan to get better battery life and increased performance efficiency from their new processor.  The upgrade process is annual and this might be the first time that the company has already begun with their development of their new chip. Qualcomm recently lost a lawsuit filed by Canadian firm Blackberry for overpaid royalties estimating its worth to be somewhere around $815 million.

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