How Qualcomm announced Snapdragon 665, 730 and 730G… Qualcomm has announced the introduction of flagship features that are built into the top Snapdragon 855, into new mid-level chipsets – Snapdragon 665, 730 and 730G.
Snapdragon 730 and 730G are designed for subflagmenov and built on the 8-nm process technology. The Kryo 470 cores are accelerated to 2.2 GHz, Adreno 618 is responsible for the graphics. There is a Hexagon 688 digital signal processor and a Spectra 350 image processor, a X15 modem with Wi-Fi 6 support.
Version 730G is designed for gaming devices with a 15% higher performance. This chipset supports displays with a resolution of 1440p instead of 1080p in the usual Snapdragon 730, as well as slow motion video at 960 frames per second. The Jank Reducer function reduces microlags by 90%.
Both chipsets support the Vulkan 1.1 graphics library, voice recognition technology in noisy environments, the Voice Assistant Accelerator, and can recognize depth at 60fps, spending 4 times less energy.
Snapdragon 665 has 8 Kryo 260 to 2.0 GHz cores and Adreno 610 graphics, a Hexagon 686 DSP and an X12 LTE modem. Support for Vulkan 1.1, Qualcomm aptX Audio and Aqstic is also present.
Artificial intelligence allows you to translate words into several languages instantly, increases security thanks to 3D Face Unlock, and also automatically detects scenes in the frame. AI-features new 2 times higher than that of Snapdragon 660.
Qualcomm claims Snapdragon 665, 730 and 730G devices will go on sale in mid-2019.