The Chinese social network Weibo was entitled to a new leak from a user known as Digital Chat Station from whom we have spoken several times at Leak. This time, the target was the Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 chipset and the gaming smartphones that will use it. This information will undoubtedly have some veracity. It is that this leakster knows very well all the technological news and had even revealed long before the launch which cameras would be integrated in The Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 has a great novelty!
According to the new information, one of the main features of the Snapdragon 875 will be the support for ultra-fast charging with a capacity of about 100 watts. Right now, three out of four smartphone manufacturers for gaming in China are testing and trying to push charging technologies at a power of 100 watts. Therefore, gaming smartphones released in 2021 will use high-capacity batteries and powerful charging technologies.
The source did not disclose the names of the marks. But we assume that include manufacturers that normally use qualcomm’s xiaomi, vivo and oppo bets. In the meantime, there’s more information to take into account. It’s just that the models that will arrive with the Snapdragon 875 will be considerably more expensive. So the smartphones for games betting on the new chipset should arrive later.
Covid-19 didn’t affect the launch chronology and everything seems to be going according to plan. That said, the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has begun officially producing the Snapdragon 875. It is based on the 5nm process and also includes the Snapdragon X60 5G modem.
Compared to last month, the production capacity of the 5 nm chips at the Nanke 18 plant increased by 10%, to almost 60,000 units in a month. Some estimates indicate that snapdragon 875 chipsets can be delivered to Qualcomm in mid-September. However, it remains to be seen when this company will start making them available to smartphone manufacturers.
However, TSMC had already started mass production of the Apple A14 chipset, which is also based on the 5 nm process. The apple giant will use this new chipset to power the next iPhone 12 range, which also provides support for 5G.
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