Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon 835, the high-end System-on-Chip. Some of the well-known smartphones and related companies are said to run on the Qualcomm chips.
The features are also one of those that we are likely to see in the U.S form of the Samsung Galaxy S8 along with the flagships of LG, HTC, Moto and may be in the next Pixel phones in the year of 2017.
Like other Snapdragons, the new models are incorporated with the technology and is expected to improve the performance and drive its customers to upgrade their headsets.
The features that are specially designed to process the images and sound for virtual and augmented reality. Its improved battery life and the small size can be considered best for small internet-connected devices.
The chip is designed for the devices other than smartphones as well, which is said to be a bit important for Qualcomm, due to certain reasons.
Qualcomm is one the largest suppliers of the chips that allows your phone to communicate with the cellular networks.
Qualcomm’s spokesman said that a new voice-assistant home appliance is also expected to use the debuted chip.
Onstage at CES 2017, Qualcomm’s senior Vice President of automotive- Patrick Little, touted the potential of the company when we talk about automotives. This is a place where the competition is heating up since Qualcomm agreed to acquire NXP semiconductors NV, the number one supplier in terms of the automotive chips.
Mr. Little said in a statement:
No longer will you be cranking windows and pushing buttons,”. “You’ll walk into your car and it will feel like a very seamless transition with your handset.
Other Highlights of Snapdragon 835:
- 10nm makes it small and more efficient.
- It allows better cameras and picture quality.
- It is incorporated with a crazy-fast connectivity.
- Enables quick charge 4 is faster and more flexible.
- Improved 4K capabilities and related potentials.
It won’t be a surprise to hear that Qualcomm is shy while naming the devices that will use the Snapdragon 835.
However, it has been already said that the first hardware to ship with the CPU is expected in the first half of 2017. It is somehow reasonable to presume that most of phones and tablets launching in that very time frame will be incorporated with the Snapdragon 835 under the hood.