There was a release date for the new Snapdragon 732G chipset, developed by the American manufacturer of Qualcomm processors for mid-range smartphones. The yonga set, which will be an improved version of Snapdragon 730G, is expected to be released next month.
Qualcomm, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of semi-finished products, known as Snapdragon. Over the past few years, an American company occupying the top on the Android front has faced a serious competitor, returning to 5G ion sets.
Qualcomm has released several mobile processors. According to the latest information, the company plans to release a new Snapdragon kit 732G the new middle class, which will be an updated version of Snapdragon 730G in September next year.
It is reported on Twitter that the new Qualcomm iPhone set for mid-range devices uses two Kryo 430 Gold cores and six Kryo 470 Silver cores with speeds of 2.3 GHz and 1.8 GHz, respectively. The source of the leak also indicates that on the processor that uses the Adreno 618 GPU, only the chip 4G will be on the side of the graphics volume.
The most important reason Qualcomm does not include a 5G modem in Snapdragon 732G for midrange devices is cost savings. The source claims that the new ionga set will be released next September in Vietnam with a smartphone with a price tag below $300.
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They say the Snapdragon 732 is likely to be an upgraded version of Snapdragon 730G. In this set, 6x Kryo 2.2 Silver cores with a 2x Kryo 470 Gold frequency and a 1.8 GHz frequency with a 470 GHz frequency were included. Here, the greatest difference between the two models is in the frequencies of the nuclei. It is also said that the new chip will receive the best artificial intelligence.