Before the official unveiling date, the specifications of the artificial intelligence-based chip of the Snapdragon 8 generation 3 were released. This chip can claim the title of the most powerful and versatile chip in the mobile market platform.
Qualcomm apparently plans to unveil its Snapdragon 8 generation 3 chip on November 2nd. The new generation of Qualcomm’s chip is specially designed for artificial intelligence and this chip is likely to be used in new flagship mobiles.
Before this, some specifications Snapdragon 8 generation 3 It was released unofficially and now the full specifications of this chip have been shared.
Full specification of Snapdragon 8 generation 3 of Qualcomm
The Snapdragon 8 generation 3 chip is based on the artificial intelligence generated by Qualcomm Adreno GPU and Qualcomm Kyro CPU with 64-bit architecture, including a main core of 3.3 GHz, five powerful cores of 3.2 GHz and two optimized cores of 2.3 GHz.
Earlier it was said that Qualcomm will use a different configuration in its flagship chip this year. While Snapdragon 8 Generation 1 and Generation 2 have arrived with 1+2+2+3 core configuration, it is said that Snapdragon 8 Generation 3 will have 1+5+2 core configuration. Therefore, we will face a much higher power than the previous generation.
The Adreno graphics processor in this chip supports the maximum resolution of 4K with a rate of 60 Hz or QHD + with a rate of 144 Hz and 10-bit HDR color depth. Also, this chip is compatible with HDR playback codec for HDR10+, HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision. The 5G RF-modem system is also seen in the leaked information about this chip.
The latest Qualcomm chip also supports up to 24 GB of LP-DDR5x memory up to 4800 MHz and FastConnect 7800 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth system, plus Wi-Fi 7th generation.
In terms of the processor related to the camera, the mentioned chip can process the image signal of three 36 megapixel cameras at a rate of 30 frames per second, or two cameras up to 36 + 64 megapixels at a rate of 30 frames per second or one camera up to 108 megapixels at a rate of 30 frames per second. Slow processing without delay. In the video recording department, it will be possible to record 8K with a 64-megapixel camera at a rate of 30 frames per second and 4K at a rate of 120 frames per second.