Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 – LPDDR5X AND UFS 3.0
US technology giant Qualcomm is known for manufacturing mobile processors, its latest flagship smartphone system-on-a-chip (SoC) was launched last year, Snapdragon 855, which is the company’s first 7nm manufacturing process Manufacturing chipset. Now, the details about its successor (provisionally known as Snapdragon 865) have begun to surface. According to Roland Quandt, a well-known breaking person on Twitter, the Snapdragon 865 will be available in two versions.
According to breaking news, Qualcomm employees named the company’s next-generation flagship chipset Snapdragon 865, codenamed SM8250, in line with the nickname SM8150 of Snapdragon 855. The Snapdragon 865 may be manufactured using the same 7nm process as its predecessor.
It is also said that the Snapdragon 865 will have two models, one supporting 5G and the other supporting 4G LTE network, not supporting 5G. The different variants are codenamed Kona and Huracan, but I don’t know which one comes with a 5G modem.
The 5G modem inside the Snapdragon 865 uses Qualcomm’s X55. It is also worth mentioning that both versions of the Snapdragon 865 support LPDDR5X memory and UFS 3.0 flash memory.
Like previous generations, Qualcomm is expected to release the Snapdragon 865 in December. In the past two years, the first smartphone to use the company’s latest flagship chipset has been Samsung’s mobile phone, so the upcoming processor may be launched on the Galaxy S11 next year.