Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 With LP DDR5 RAM

Snapdragon 865 Comes With LP DDR5 RAM

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 is the company’s flagship chipset that powers most of the high-end smartphones launched this year, and in the not too distant future, it will have a successor.

The company has begun work on its flagship next-generation mobile chipset, which is expected to be called Snapdragon 865. The SD855 had an internal model number of “SM8150” and had the code name “Hana.”
Reports the model number “SM8250”.

The code name of the next emblematic chipset is said to be “Kona Project.” “Kona” is a name that refers to the Hawaiian Islands. Interestingly, Qualcomm organized the Qualcomm Technology Summit in Hawaii to present its high-end processors in December.
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While not much is known about the Snapdragon 865 processor, it is said that the chipset will come with support for LPDDR5 RAM. Qualcomm already has samples of the new SM8250 internally and is testing them together with the LPDDR5 RAM, leaving it to the expectation of who the provider is.

However, it will be a long time before we see anything substantially related to Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship Snapdragon 865 chipset. Therefore, we hope to know more about this SoC in the coming months.

Meanwhile, TSMC has announced its new 5nm process infrastructure, which is preparing the basis for the Apple A14 chipset, the processor that will power Apple iPhones in 2020. We also expect a Qualcomm chipset manufactured by a 5 nm process, well it is known that the competition between these two manufacturers is intense, and we can not wait much less in this section. However, for the moment, everything remains in expectation.

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