Qualcomm presents Snapdragon 845, the response to the chip A11 Bionic Apple


Published on Dec 07, 2017


Qualcomm, the company that you are struggling with strokes of complaints with Apple, has unveiled its SoC Snapdragon 845 smartphone. This is the most interesting rival of the chip A11 made by Apple and used on the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X.


Qualcomm says the new Snapdragon 845 is more efficient by 30% compared to the previous model, the Snapdragon 835. Also, thanks to the new graphics processing unit Adreno 630, the chipset offers improved graphics on the 305, video rendering, and a reduction in power compared to the previous generation.

The SoC Qualcomm has a CPU Kyro 385, a DSP Hexagon 685 (digital signal processor), an ISP Spectra 280 (signal processor of the image) AQustic Sound and the chip faster modem, realized by the company, the X20 Radio Gigabit LTE. This modem supports speed of up to 1.2 Gbps (LTE Cat 18) and the support to the SIM-dual-Times.

Thanks to the Ultra premium HD capture, the smartphone will use the Snapdragon 845 will be able to record HDR video in 4K at 60fps and slow motion at 720p and 480fps.

With regards to safety, the Snapdragon 845 supports any method of biometric authentication, such as fingerprint, face recognition, aperture and voice recognition.

The processor Kryo 385 presence of four cores, with performance up to 2.8 GHz, the fastest of 25% compared to the previous generation, and four cores clocked at up to 1.8 GHz. The CPU has been produced using the technology FinFET to 10 nanometers.

The new audio codec AQustic Qualcomm should offer performance playback and recording improved. Of the first manufacturers to use the new Snapdragon 845 will be Samsung, Xiaomi, LG, HTC and Sony.

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