Moto Edge X30 Production Line Video and Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Energy Efficiency
A few days ago Qualcomm released the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen1 platform, upgraded 4nm process and CPU/GPU architecture, Qualcomm especially stressed that this generation pays more attention to energy efficiency, unlike Snapdragon 888, which pursues extreme performance, and also said that the energy efficiency of Snapdragon 8 Gen1 is really good, even more than the annual word of mouth Snapdragon 870.
Some sources claim that the test data of Snapdragon 8 Gen1 shows a significant improvement in GPU energy efficiency, even taking out Snapdragon 870, but not as good as Snapdragon 865, which after all has a GPU frequency of only 587MHz. He also mentioned the Snapdragon 888, although there is no direct comparison of energy efficiency performance, guess also get Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 GPU energy efficiency is much better than Snapdragon 888.
Qualcomm has also explained the design thinking behind Snapdragon 8 Gen1. Instead of pursuing the highest performance like Snapdragon 888, it flattens the performance/power curve, not only releasing the highest performance but also focusing on improving performance in the 3-5W power range, something Snapdragon 888 has not done in the past.
If the energy efficiency performance is significantly improved, the reputation of this year’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 flagship phone should be able to turn around, specifically when the new machine is released until it can.
In the meantime, Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo’s cell phone business in China, announced on Weibo a video of a third-generation high-speed placement machine on the mass production line of Lenovo’s Wuhan factory. The company has also released a video of the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chip on the mass production line, as well as a picture of the packaging for mass production.
He shared a single standalone Snapdragon 8 Gen1 real picture along with the mass production of packaging, a volume of 1000 chips in one reel. The first time, manufacturer shared such industrial packaging is not very interesting?