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Qualcomm rolls out its Snapdragon 855 plus

Qualcomm has declared a mid-year refresh of its lead Snapdragon 855 chipset. The new Snapdragon 855 Plus is additionally upgraded for gaming, VR, AI, and 5G availability. It adheres to a similar  verallodesign and chip design as the 855, yet Qualcomm says the Plus’ eight-center Kryo CPU keeps running at higher pinnacle clock paces of up to 2.96GHz.S

Snapdragon 855 plus further features, the Kryo 485 which centers at the core of the Snapdragon 855 Plus are timed at a higher 2.96GHz, while similar centers ticking inside the Snapdragon 855 are timed at 2.84GHz. The CPU execution lift is around 4.2 percent, however the more remarkable overhaul comes in the designs office. Qualcomm says that the Snapdragon 855 Plus’ Adreno 640 GPU conveys a 15 percent lift in illustrations execution contrasted with the standard Snapdragon 855.

Snapdragon 855 Plus brings 4.2 percent upgrade in core performanceI.It offers a 15 percent boost in graphics output over Snapdragon 855. Snapdragon855 Plus employs separate 4G and 5G modems.

Qualcomm has integrated the Snapdragon X24 LTE 4G Modem, which is capable of functioning in the 5G environment as well. The X50 5G modem has to be coupled for this. With these, the smartphones fitted with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus Mobile Platform can be expected to perform at their best with extended battery life even in 5G.

Qualcomm says that new devices with the Snapdragon 855+ should be coming out in the second half of this year. Apparently, the ASUS ROG Phone II will be the first of those, but beyond that, we’re just not sure. Perhaps, for once, Google will get a leg up on earlier flagships by using this new chip in the Pixel 4.

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