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Qualcomm purportedly chipping away at Snapdragon 695/695G with help for 144Hz invigorate rate

12 September, 2021 Qualcomm

Qualcomm purportedly chipping away at Snapdragon 695/695G with help for 144Hz invigorate rate


Qualcomm is purportedly chipping away at some new mid-range Snapdragon chipsets that verge on offering top of the line abilities. One of these chips is the Qualcomm SM6375 which will apparently be presented in four distinct variations with a similar base, yet with various CPU and GPU clock speeds. The GPU clock speeds are said to go from 800 to 940 or 960MHz contingent upon the model.


As indicated by, every variation of the chip contains four Gold centers and four Silver centers with various clock speeds. The four distinct forms include:

  • 4x Gold centers at 2.1GHz with 4x Silver centers 1.8GHz
  • 4x Gold centers at 2.2GHz with 4x Silver centers 2.0GHz
  • 4x Gold centers at 2.3GHz with Silver centers 2.1GHz
  • 4x Gold centers at 2.5GHz with Silver centers 2.2GHz

Qualcomm is trying engineer stages for the chip with shows supporting a 144Hz invigorate rate. Subsequently, it is conceivable that one variation will have a "G" attached to the furthest limit of its name. Winfuture says that something like two of the chips could surface as the Snapdragon 695 and Snapdragon 695G.


The second chipset supposedly being chipped away at by Qualcomm is the Snapdragon SM6225 which could turn into the new base model of the Snapdragon 600 series. Very little is thought about its specs with the exception of that the chip should be like the SM7250 (Snapdragon 765). The SM6225 is relied upon to accompany an octa-center plan with a coordinated 5G modem.


The second chipset


The testing stages for the SM6225 contain lower mid-range specs including 6GB of RAM, 128GB of UFS 2.2 capacity, and a FHD+ show that revives multiple times each second (90Hz). The SM6225 could supplant the Snapdragon 665 which was delivered in 2018 with the model number SM6125.


Both the SM6375 and the SM6225 will be fabricated by TSMC utilizing an obscure cycle hub. What's more, since the above data is no less than two months old, it is conceivable that we could see the new chips delivered at some point this year as long as the chip lack doesn't meddle.


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