It is time once again for Qualcomm to reveal a series of new processors in Hawaii from its yearly Tech Summit, and the media got a swift preview last week of what to hope for. Apart from unveiling its first incorporated 5G chipset last week, the firm also touted the next gen of its premium flagship lineup, the Snapdragon 865. It sports an updated AI engine, a renovated ISP (image signal processor), and compatibility with the firm’s X55 5G modem.
The Snapdragon 865 has the power-efficiency and performance improvements you would typically hope for. For instance, the latest Kryo 585 CPU that the firm claims is 25% more power-efficient and faster, along with an Adreno 650 GPU that is 35% more power-efficient and 20% quicker at render graphics.
But the actual highlights are in gaming improvements and camera. The renovated Spectra 480 ISP (image signal processor) can churn 4 times extra pixels per clock cycle as compared to its predecessor. This let engineers to reduce the clock speed of ISP while elevating its performance: It can churn 2 gigapixels every second. The reduced clock speeds also do not need as much power to perform the same procedure as earlier, making the Spectra 480 hence more thermally well-organized.
That indicates your handset can operate cooler even as it carries on shooting your high-res clips, which will lower the limits that were earlier applied since machines might run too hot to work. This indicates Snapdragon 865 machines can shoot videos continuously with increased frame rates, so much so that the firm claimed you can snap limitless video in high definition at 960 fps, with the caveat that “limitless” relies on battery capacity and storage of your device. That is a lot more management as compared to present handsets that snap at 960fps, which only permit you to snap bursts of almost 0.2 seconds at the same frame rate.
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