Qualcomm to launch Snapdragon 670, 640 and 460 in 2018
Qualcomm will introduce Snapdragon 670, 640 and 460:
In December, Snapdragon, who made announcements about the flagship chip SD845 within the scope of the Snapdragon Technology Summit, leaked information about the new chip, which will be released in 2018.
San Diego based company Snapdragon is known for its high quality and calculated chipsets especially developed for users who are looking for quality phones but suitable for mobile phones. As of day one, the hardware specifications for the Snapdragon 670, 640 and 460, which the company is preparing to release in 2018, have emerged.
There seems to be nothing new about the Snapdragon 670 other than what we heard about a month ago. This chipset, which will take the place of the Snapdragon 660, will pull up the middle segment phones one more step. Apart from that, we see that the GPU has been upgraded from Adreno 512 to Adreno 620. If you look at your camera, the Spectra 260 ISP will offer you a 26MP single camera or a 13MP dual camera.
Snapdragon 640, octa-core; that is, an 8-core processor. The chip set’s GPU will be the Adreno 510 on the SDM630 and the Adreno 610, which will replace the Adreno 509 on the SDM636. The camera uses a Spectra 260 ISP in common with the Snapdragon 670.
The Snapdragon 460 will take the place of Snapdragon 450, which is currently only available on devices such as the Xiaomi Redmi 5 and Vivo V7. The set will include the Adreno 605 GPU and the Spectra 260 ISP in the same way.