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  • Qualcomm unveils entry-level Snapdragon 480 5G chipset

    Qualcomm unveils entry-level Snapdragon 480 5G chipset

    Many countries are pushing 5G heavily, but 5G devices tend to be more expensive. As a result, chipmakers are starting to make cheaper options like mid-range 5G chipsets. Now, Qualcomm has gone one step further by unveiling the entry-level 5G chipset - the Snapdragon 480.

  • Qualcomm reveals full range of benchmarks for Snapdragon 888 chipset

    Qualcomm reveals full range of benchmarks for Snapdragon 888 chipset

    Benchmark scores aren't everything, but they can tell us how well a device could perform. And when it comes to the Snapdragon 888 chipset, things are looking promising. Qualcomm has just shared a comprehensive list of benchmark scores, showcasing the prowess of the new chipset.

  • Exynos 2100 chipset to be launched on 12 January 2021, 2 days before Galaxy S21 series launch

    Exynos 2100 chipset to be launched on 12 January 2021, 2 days before Galaxy S21 series launch

    The time to see whether Samsung can regain user confidence on its mobile chipset is near. We have been seeing rumours of the Exynos 2100 chipset since October, but now we're getting official confirmation straight from the horse's mouth: Exynos 2100 is launching in January 2021.

  • Snapdragon 678 chipset announced, promises improvement in photography

    Snapdragon 678 chipset announced, promises improvement in photography

    Flagship devices are not the only ones that keep getting better. In recent years, entry-level devices have been getting better and can run most apps these days. Of course, Qualcomm is always looking to make its chipsets better, so it has launched the new Snapdragon 678 chipset.

  • 32-core CPU for Apple Macs could be available in 2021

    32-core CPU for Apple Macs could be available in 2021

    The Apple M1-powered Macs launched about a month ago have proven to be better than their Intel counterparts. This shows that Apple's transition to the ARM architecture was the correct one and we can expect more powerful chipsets in the future. In fact, there's already news about next year's chipset.

  • Snapdragon 888 name chosen as it symbolises luck and prosperity

    Snapdragon 888 name chosen as it symbolises luck and prosperity

    Rumours of the new Snapdragon chipset (including benchmarks) has been out for some time now, and it was originally believed that Qualcomm will go with the Snapdragon 875 name. But many were surprised when the company launched the new flagship chipset earlier this week with the name Snapdragon 888. Why the change in naming scheme?

  • Snapdragon 775 & 875 chipset AnTuTu scores allegedly leaked

    Snapdragon 775 & 875 chipset AnTuTu scores allegedly leaked

    When people evaluate a smartphone these days, benchmarking is often one of the first things they do. While benchmarks don't necessarily tell the full story, it can help us gauge some aspects of a device's performance. In that sense, knowing how well the Snapdragon 775 and 875 chipsets can perform is useful.

  • New MediaTek MT6893 rumoured to be on par with Snapdragon 865 chipset

    New MediaTek MT6893 rumoured to be on par with Snapdragon 865 chipset

    Microchips are constantly improving, but the ones that come next year might show some of the biggest leaps in performance yet. Allegedly, MediaTek has been working on mid-range chipset based on for some time now and it could be a chipset that can beat even the Snapdragon 865.

  • Up to 5 Snapdragon 875 flagship series will launch within Q1 2021

    Up to 5 Snapdragon 875 flagship series will launch within Q1 2021

    With the new flagship chipset from Qualcomm coming, it's not surprising for Snapdragon 875-powered to be on the way soon. In fact, a leak suggests that there will be as many as five smartphone series with the chipset by Q1 2021.

  • Exynos 2100 chipset could outperform Snapdragon 875

    Exynos 2100 chipset could outperform Snapdragon 875

    Qualcomm will probably launch the Snapdragon 875 and 775 chipsets sometime in December, which is why benchmarks of the former have been appearing lately. The chipset will be equipped on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 series, but sources claim that the Samsung Exynos 2100 chipset may be the superior chipset.