Qualcomm's New Snapdragon Chipsets To Compete With MediaTek In Low Class

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Qualcomm Chips on board

MediaTek may have dominate low cost and mid-ranges smartphones segment because of its cheap landlines, but Qualcomm is not given up so easily. The firm has added four new chipsets to its Snapdragon 400 and Snapdragon 600 series, the 415, 425, 618, and 620.

The most popular ruling market right now are Snapdragon 400, 410, and 615 with 64-bit architecture. The new set of chips may help the firm compete with MediaTek in low range segments, providing opportunities for mobile industries to offer more at a very cheap price.

The Snapdragon 415 and 425 supports up to 8-core (octa) which furthers pushes the limit in previous release, the 400 and 410 chipsets only support 4-core (quad). The sets also comes with the firm new Adreno 405 graphic processing unit (GPU) for improve performance in gaming and other activities.

On the other hand, the Snapdragon 618 and 620 chips uses Cortex A72 cores that renders high performance when compare with 615 which uses Cortex A15 cores. Qualcomm also touts next generation Adreno GPU imbibe in them and the support of up to Quad-HD (2560×1600) display (maximum for 615 chipset is full-HD 1080×1920).

We may start seeing the new Snapdragon chips in mobile starting from Q2 2015.
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