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Snapdragon 7 Series Features 0 to 50 Percent Charge in 15 Minutes and more Features





Qualcomm recently launched their new Snapdragon 7-series mobile chipset in the form of the Snapdragon 712. The new high-end SoC is a successor to the Snapdragon 710 and has some advanced features like support for Quick Charge 4+ charging standard and the Qualcomm Aqstic audio technology. The Snapdragon 712 has been based on the 10nm FinFET process which comes equipped with eight Kryo 360 cores that have been paired with Adreno 616 GPU. Qualcomm said that the 64-bit Snapdragon 712 will bring a 10 percent boost in the performance of devices, in comparison to their predecessor, but they didn’t reveal when this product would be available on smartphones.  

Qualcomm claimed that their Snapdragon 712 has been designed to deliver console-level gaming experience as well as a more immersive multimedia consumption experience, all due to their improved colour rendering and audio output. The SoC would employ the same octa-core architecture which will be based on the Kryo 360 cores like the Snapdragon 710, but the Snapdragon 712 has been clocked at a slightly higher level, at 2.3GHz in comparison to its predecessor’s peak frequency which was 2.2GHz. Another improvement is their ability to fast charge since the Snapdragon 712 supported Quick Charge 4+ which is apparently supposed to increase the battery charge percentage from 0 to 50 percent in as little as 15 minutes whereas the Snapdragon 710 supports Quick Charge 4 standard. 

The new Qualcomm SoC will be seen utilizing the Snapdragon X15 LTE modem which comes with a fast download speed of about 800Mbps over Cat, 15 LTE standard and uplink speed of up to 150Mbps over Cat, and 13 LTE connectivity. The Snapdragon 712 SoC will come with the Spectra 250 ISP that supports the upcoming 20-megapixel dual cameras, i.e the single 32-megapixel single camera, and will facilitate 4K video capture at 30fps as well as full-HD video recording at 120fps. The latest Qualcomm offering will support 4K Ultra HD video playback on an HDR 10-supported display that would have a maximum resolution of QHD+ (1440×3360 pixels). Qualcomm Aqstic audio technology has been handling the audio department and is being backed by Qualcomm aptX for much better-refined music playback in comparison to their wireless headphones. 

The Snapdragon 712 also benefits from the Qualcomm AI engine which is claimed to automatically adjust UI preferences based on usage pattern to help in scenarios like clicking images or shooting videos. It also employs what Qualcomm calls heterogeneous computing for more handling resource allocation, system optimisation, and thermal management during intensive usage. There is support for Bluetooth 5.0 and tri-band Wi-Fi for wireless connectivity, while the Qualcomm Hexagon 685 DSP handles on-device automation processes for more efficient power management as well as usage optimisation.

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