This year’s Qualcomm Annual Tech Summit is still held in Maui. The state of Hawaii as usual. This year, Cristiano Amon took the stage. And launching three processors, including the Snapdragon 865, Snapdragon 765 and Snapdragon 765G.
This year, Qualcomm is still betting on 5G and artificial intelligence as before, making both the Snapdragon 865 and 765 both support 5G connectivity, and we should see that phones with 5G not as expensive as this year.
As for the Snapdragon 865, it is a successor to the successor of the Snapdragon 855, so it has put all the top-level specs into the second-generation Snapdragon X55, a better second-generation 5G chip. The chip is already in the CPU. (No need to split it into a new set of modems like the Snapdragon 855), so we should see the top phones of next year support 5G without a separate model this year (like Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 5G).
Both the Snapdragon 765 and the 765G both support 5G connectivity as well. As it comes with new technology, the price is not as cheap as its predecessors, but it is considered to be the lowest price reductions for 5G phones this year. Possible. The 765G will have a slightly better performance And suitable for playing games But overall, the internal processing chip is almost the same.
Around 12 companies are currently developing 5G smartphones for sale next year. And uses the Snapdragon 765 processor and is expected to be seen early next year. The Snapdragon 865 chip is expected to be seen in the first quarter of the phone. The first model is probably no different from this year is the Xioami Mi 10, Samsung Galaxy S11 itself.