Qualcomm is currently said to be working on a Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 to replace the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2. However, according to a leaker, the CPU may be weaker than the previous chip.
Qualcomm recently unveiled the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, but apparently the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 is also on the way. It will likely replace the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2, which currently tops the Snapdragon 7 series, from March 2023. Digital chat station Weibo has shared the alleged specifications of the new smartphone chip. Internally, the system-on-chip is called SM7550, while the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 has the model number SM7475.
Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 is said to be available again Four-nanometer process at TSMC is produced and one 1+3+4 core configuration According to Digital Chat Station, Prime Core is a Cortex-A715, which is clocked at 2.63 GHz. There are also three cores with 2.4 GHz and four efficiency cores with 1.8 GHz. On the Plus model, clock speeds are higher or the same and the Prime core is a significantly more powerful Cortex-X2. The GPU is more powerful in the Plus model.
- Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 (in complaint): 1x 2,63 GHz A715+ 3x 2,4 GHz A710? + 4x 1,8 GHz A510?, Adreno 720
- Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2: 1x 2,91 GHz X2+ 3x 2,49 GHz A710+ 4x 1,8 GHz A510, Adreno 725
- Snapdragon 7 Gen 1: 1x 2,4 GHz A710+ 3x 2,36 GHz A710+ 4x 1,8 GHz A510, Adreno 644
Focus on low prices?
Qualcomm may use new chips Marketed as the successor to the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1Advertises increased CPU performance. Strictly speaking, the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 is slightly inferior to the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, due to which the performance is significantly above the actual Snapdragon 7 level.
With the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3, the company may have one Low cost points It has been focused on because (probably due to high cost) only a few smartphone manufacturers use the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2. Weibo Leaker speculates that, among other things Honor, Vivo and Xiaomi Will use new chip. It remains to be seen when the presentation will happen and what other innovations the SoC will offer.
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