Qualcomm Snapdragon 640 spotted online; likely to power Redmi Note 5

A new un-announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 640 Octa-core processor was spotted online, which is most like to unveil in the upcoming CES 2018. Yesterday we also mentioned about the Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 Octa-core processor, the Snapdragon 640 does follow the same footprints which slightly downgraded specifications.

In a nutshell, Qualcomm Snapdragon 640 is an Octa-core processor, paired with consisting of 2 high-performance cores and 6 efficient cores based on Kryo architecture. The processor comes with 1 MB L3 catch with all new Adreno 610 GPU. In terms of RAM performance, the processor offers support for the latest energy-efficient LPDDR4x RAM with up to 14.9 Gbps transfer speeds.

The smartphone featuring this chipset will be able to capture good-looking photographs with all new dual 14-bit Spectra 260 ISP that supports the main camera with up to 23 MP resolution and a secondary camera or a dual camera with 13 MP sensor or lesser.

As per the connectivity is concerned, the chipsets pack the latest Snapdragon X12 LTE modem with 600 Mbps download speeds and 150 Mbps upload speeds.

For the first time, another Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 Octa-core processor was also spotted online, which is also backed by Kryo silver architecture. This processor comes with an Octa-core design based on Kryo 360 silver cores, where 4 cores offer 1.8 GHz and lower cores are clocked at 1.4 GHz clock speed.

This processor comes with all new Adreno 605 GPU, which is expected outperform the GPU on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor. The chipset supports the same amount of RAM as that of the 640 processor with support for the newer LPDDR4x RAM and with up to 14.9 Gbps transfer speed. In terms of camera capability, the chipset offers single 14-bit spectra 240 ISP support for a maximum of 21 MP sensor for the main camera. The Snapdragon X12 LTE modem offers up to 600 Mbps download speed and 150 Mbps upload speed.

This is all about these all new processors, these processors are likely to feature on Smartphones from Q2 of 2018. Compared to the last generation processors, these offer a lot of potential with all new architectural advantages.