Qualcomm Announces its Latest More Powerful Snapdragon 835 Chipset

The leading chip-set manufacturer, Qualcomm Announces its Latest More Powerful Snapdragon 835 Chipset yesterday at CES 2017. Qualcomm has brilliantly taken the stage at CES by announcing “Snapdragon 835 Chipset” as a successor of its Snapdragon 820. This chip-set is Qualcomm’s first-ever SoC which is commercially produced while using 10nm FinFET process. keeping in view the latest tech inventions, Snapdragon 835 is developed to support VR/AR along with the ability to run mobile computing systems with full Windows 10 support.

Qualcomm Announces its Latest More Powerful Snapdragon 835 Chipset

Everything you need to know about Snapdragon 835

Key Specs of Qualcomm Snapdragon 835:

  • In order to improve the experience of high graphics games and VR/AR; Snapdragon 835 has Adreno 540 GPU which supports OpenGL ES 3.2, OpenCL 2.0, Vulkan’s API, and DirectX 12

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Source: GSMArea

  • Snapdragon 835 has an increased 25% of graphic support of 4K (UHD) for video recording at 30fps with 60fps, 4K playback
  • Snapdragon 835 will also officially support Google’s Daydream VR platform
  • Image processing with Snapdragon 835 has also improved; which will help mobile phone manufacturers to build high resolution cameras
  • Qualcomm introduced a separate security feature in Snapdragon 835 and named it “Qualcomm Haven Security Platform” in order to back smartphone users with best security options. This platform will improve authentication via fingerprint or iris scan system
  • Last but not least interesting debut of Snapdragon 835 is its “Quick Charge 4.0” feature. Quick Charging technology is 20% faster and around 30% more efficient as compared to Quick Charge 3.0

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Source: GSMArea

About this huge milestone, Qualcomm says at CES 2017 that:

“The 835 has a 50% power reduction compared to the Snapdragon 801, 2014’s flagship processor. It is based on 10nm fabrication technology — a first for the Snapdragon line — which is smaller and allows for thinner phones with larger batteries compared to earlier processors.”

Also Read: Qualcomm to Collaborate with Google on Android Things OS

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