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Thursday, 17 November 2016

Qualcomm Snapdragon 835: more powerful, with Quick Charge 4.0 and in collaboration with Samsung

Qualcomm's most powerful processor is already official: the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 will power the phones we will see in 2017. This processor, in addition to improving performance to current models, will integrate the new Quick Charge 4.0 quick load.

We do not know all the details of the new processor and Qualcomm has simply say that it is more powerful and advanced than the previous generation, but we do know some details of what to include and when we will see in the phones. Reloading Quick Charge 4.0 up to 20% faster than version 3.0 and with automatic temperature control, manufacturing process Samsung in 10 nm and launch of the first devices during the first half of 2017. Has anyone thought about the Samsung Galaxy S8?

Samsung is in charge of manufacturing the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835

Today we referred to the relationship between Qualcomm and Samsung for the manufacture of Snapdragon 835, and we already have the confirmation by one of the contenders.

Qualcomm says its new processor takes advantage of all the capabilities of 10 nm giving it more power and much lower consumption.

Compared to the previous 14 nm FinFET manufacturing process, Samsung technology at 10 nm allows for a 30% increase in efficiency with 27% more power and 40% less power consumption.
The data are compared with current Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, such as those with the recent OnePlus 3T or Google Pixel.

The main advance is the fast charging Quick Charge 4.0 (at least it is the only one in which Qualcomm has focused). It is 20% faster than its predecessor, it generates 5ºC less heat and is 30% more efficient. In addition to being safer, this is a point where it also hits.

Quick Charge 4.0 includes support for USB Power Delivery. In this way the charger and the processor will negotiate the energy exchange depending on the state of the battery, its voltage, temperature and charge level. This charge will be monitored constantly to avoid the risks of overheating and overloading.

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