We realize 5G is coming, and it’s already up and running in some areas. Nonetheless, buying a new 4G mobile phone is still important, and not just for the network. Qualcomm replied to increased demand for 4G smartphones with three new Snapdragon chips released today.
Turning the networks into 5G is a big deal. Some companies, including Samsung, have jumped on the bandwagon, with the Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 765. Chip manufacturer Qualcomm has also widened the portfolio of 5G-enabled devices. But what operates fantastically in China and the US is far from a fact in Europe, so 5G is a distant dream for countries like India.
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Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 720 G, Snapdragon 662, and Snapdragon 460 to three new 4G Smartphone chipsets in New Delhi. Both three chips are running Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, and are the first on-chip device solutions that support Indian Constellation Navigation (NavIC).
The Snapdragon 720 G (like the Snapdragon 730 G) used by the gaming industry are designed for audio, among many others, with Jitter Reduction and AptX adaptive. They additionally mounted Qualcomm Spectra 350L ISP, which allows HDR images to be reproduced and transmitted smoothly. The subsystem FastConnect 6200 increases the speed and the range of Wi-Fi.
Something has changed notably in the success of the 4xx series. The latest Snapdragon 460 can receive a 70% increase in performance with CPU cores. Another 4-series technology is the Spectra 340 ISP, designed to provide excellent photo quality and triple-cameras assistance.
Kedar Kondap, who is the vice president of product management at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., said: “Nowadays, mobile phone users want easy, seamless connectivity, advanced features, and long-term battery life. With the expansion of our 4G portfolio, our partners can deliver advanced technologies that satisfy international demand and allow outstanding gaming experience across several level segments and price segments.”
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You will sadly have to wait a little longer if you look forward to a cheap smartphone with Snapdragon 460. The Snapdragon 720 G chips will first be available in the market in the first quarter of 2020. Likely, smartphones with 460 or 662 built-in chips will not be in the market until the end of 2020.
The Snapdragon 662 puts the camera at the focus of attention. Therefore, the device is equipped with a Qualcomm Spectra 340 T that supports a configuration of three cameras. It offers smartphone producers the option of installing three rear cameras on their smartphones. The chip supports up to 390 Mbit / s and 2×2 MIMO download speed for a modest price range.
The 4 G chips would remain a high priority of Qualcomm Technologies in certain regions, such as India, as stated by Rajen Vagadia (vice president and chairperson of Qualcomm India Pvt. Ltd) in a recent press release. We can be a bit happy with cheap 4G smartphones with a little luck.