After unveiling three chipsets in late June, today the popular chipset maker Qualcomm has unveiled a new processor called Snapdragon 670 for the mid-range smartphones. The Snapdragon 670 is the successor of last year’s Snapdragon 660, and this year it is coming with lots of improvements and claims that it can able to give 15% high performance than the last year’s Snapdragon 660.
The all new Snapdragon 670 is a built-on 10nm process, the same which the company has implemented for the Snapdragon 845 and the latest Snapdragon 710 chipset. The new chipset is capable to support FHD+ along with 4K support for external displays and it can support up to 16 GB of RAM as well as eMMC and UFS 2.1 storage. Furthermore, it has Kryo 360 CPU and it has two performance cores of up to 2 GHz and six efficiency cores of up to 1.7 GHz. That said, the new processor also supports Adreno 615 GPU for the graphical task.
Speaking about the photography, the new processor also comes with all the advanced setup to give better photographs to the users. As it has the Qualcomm Spectra 250 ISP, and with this, the processor can able to feature noise reduction, image stabilization, and active depth sensing. Moreover, it also the ability to record 4K video with 30% low power consumption. That said, the new processor can support up to 25 megapixel single camera and two 16 megapixel dual cameras.
In terms of connectivity, the device is coming with the X12 LTE modem and it can support download speed up to 600 MBPS and upload up to 150 MBPS. It is also coming with the third-generation AI Engine and that’s why it gives improvements to the AI performance. Finally, the new Snapdragon 670 supports Quick Charge 4+ technology. That said, the company claims to give 50 percent of power in just 15 minutes.