This year, Qualcomm has increased the clock speed for the Prime CPU core of Snapdragon 865+ up to 3.1 GHz, up 10% from the 2.84 GHz clock speed of the Snapdragon 865 chip. This rookie still uses the Kryo 585 core, while the core + clock speed remains Again similar to its predecessor.
Like the Snapdragon 865, the Snapdragon 865+ supports a 144 Hz display but has been improved by more than 10% to deliver the smoothest possible frame rate gameplay, while the Adreno 650 GPU is also clocked up. rhythm.
Another hardware change is that the Snapdragon 865+ has expanded compatibility with the Qualcomm FastConnect 6900 mobile connectivity system instead of 6800. This allows for the latest 6E Wi-Fi support, operating in band 6 GHz to deliver speeds up to 3.2 Gbps and latency under 3 ms. Additionally, the Snapdragon 865+ supports Bluetooth 5.2 with the apt X Adaptive decoder for 96 kHz audio files and Dual Bluetooth Antennas.
Snapdragon 865+ still uses discrete X55 modem to provide global 5G connectivity (supports both sub-6 GHz and mmWave). The ISP and DSP remained the same (Spectra 480 and Hexagon 698 respectively), while Quick Charge 4.0+ was integrated with AI control.
Two gaming smartphones are confirmed to accompany the latest Snapdragon 865+ chip, the upcoming ASUS ROG Phone 3, and the Lenovo Legion. Legion is expected to be announced this July, while ROG Phone 3 will be officially launched on July 22.
Of course, other smartphone manufacturers will also soon be equipped with Snapdragon 865+ chips for their upcoming flagships. Personally, how do you comment on the Snapdragon 865+ chip?