Qualcomm announced a new smartphone processor. Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 follows last year’s Snapdragon 865 and 865 Plus processors. Clearly, the 870 is not a brand-new generation style; This title comes from Snapdragon 888, that made far more significant improvements in efficiency and new features.
On the other hand, the 870 shares the very same style as the 865 and 865 Plus, with the Kryo 585 CPU and Adreno 650 GPU cores. However, the 870 runs at 3.2 GHz, that makes it about 10 percent more than the original 865 at 2.84 GHz and about 3 percent more than the 865 Plus (offering 3.1 GHz speed). You can consider it like a Snapdragon 865 Plus-Plus processor.
The Snapdragon 870 is created for companies that want to offer their clients a premium processor however do not need the best functions and the greater rate tag the Snapdragon 888 has to offer. Surprisingly, a phone with a Snapdragon 888 processor like the Galaxy S21 is used with a cost tag of $799
Fascinating marketing relocation with Snapdragon 870
Most Likely, there is also a marketing element here: A brand-new Snapdragon 870 brand and the modest but genuinely existing speed enhancements over the Snapdragon 865 Plus mean that companies utilizing this processor in their phones can possess “2021” specs in all scenarios. In this manner, consumers are less most likely to stop briefly to decide due to the fact that they have an “out-of-date” or “old” processor such as the 865 or 865 Plus.
Qualcomm noted that Motorola, OnePlus, Oppo and Xiaomi are amongst the makers preparing to use the new processor in their devices. The first Snapdragon 870 phones are expected to be readily available in the very first quarter of this year.