Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon 850 Processor
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Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon 850 Processor

Back in last year, the popular chipset maker Qualcomm launched the Snapdragon 845 processor for the smartphones, and the chipset is used to power up the flagship smartphones to give the high-end features and performance to the users. Well, now the company has announced a brand new processor which is called Snapdragon 850 and it designed for Always Connected Windows 10 PCs.

What is an Always Connected Windows 10 PC

If you are unaware about the Always Connected Windows 10 PCs, and these species powered by the Snapdragon chipset which will give features of a smartphone such as LTE connectivity and extended battery life. Moreover, it is also confirmed that Samsung is a customer of the new processor which means we can expect an Always Connected PC from the South Korean electronics giant in near future.

What’s new in Snapdragon 850

Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon 850 Processor

Speaking about the new Snapdragon 850 processor, it supports 12 gigabits per second LTE connectivity speed and it will give up to 25 hours of usage and this indicates that users will able get the battery life for multiple days. Moreover, the company also claims that the new chip will give performance improvement of 20 percent and 3X AI performance when we compare to previous generations i.e. Snapdragon 835.

Furthermore, the all new Snapdragon 850 has the same Kryo 385 cores just like the Snapdragon 845, and it has an Adreno 630 GPU, 10nm manufacturing process, and the company’s AI Engine for on-device machine learning. Well, it is quite clear that the new processor is an upgrade to and for the PCs. Having said that, the Snapdragon 850 processor will not be used in the smartphones.


Speaking about the availability, it is expected that the new Snapdragon 850 processor will be available later this year.

So, are you excited for the new Snapdragon 850 power PCs??? Do let us know in the comments section below!

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