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In December, 2017 Qualcomm released the Snapdragon 845, and it continued to be the most powerful mobile processor till now. When the performance was tested the 845 was found 25-30% faster than the previous 835 with enhanced battery life, camera, and AI. Some of the popular phones running the Snapdragon 845 are One Plus 6T, Google Pixel 3, Xiaomi Poco F1, Vivo NEX, Google Pixel 3 XL, and more. Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 855 on 4th of December, 2018, but none of the smartphones have come with the chip yet.

The upcoming phones coming early this year are supposed to have the Snapdragon 855. The benchmark score of the latest chip-set by Qualcomm is enticing. The AnTuTu score of Snapdragon 855 came up to be in between 359,000-360,500 whereas the 845 had a score of 285,000 so the 855 is quite ahead. Even in the other benchmark platforms, the Snapdragon 855 is way ahead than the predecessor. As Kirin 980 was less powerful, and had lower benchmark scores than the 845 so it is obviously behind the Snapdragon 855.

The Snapdragon 845 is 45% faster than its predecessor, 20% improved in GPU with the Adreno 640 featuring the Elite Gaming Experience which reduces the dropped frame rate, and Cinematic HDR Colour Grading that gives you a better gameplay experience. There is improved camera, battery life, and three times faster AI performance. We are expecting the chipset to come up with the phones such as One Plus 7, Samsung Galaxy S10, Google Pixel 4, and more.

Qualcomm said, “Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 855 Mobile Platform is unlike anything that’s come before – harnessing multi-gigabit 4G connectivity, while unleashing transformative 5G experiences and providing some of the most advanced, imaginative technologies in the mobile industry.”
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- Rajat Priyam
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