The arrangement and type of Snapdragon 8 generation 2 cores were determined
Information about Qualcomm's expected Snapdragon 8 generation 2 processor was recently released, thanks to which we were able to know the order and type of its cores.
Snapdragon 8 generation 2 is the expected Qualcomm processor, which according to the latest news should be officially unveiled this month (November). The first phones equipped with this chip will be the Xiaomi 13 series, which will most likely be officially unveiled and made available this month (November).
So far, regarding Snapdragon 8 generation 2 has been published a lot of news. Among these things, we can mention its much higher processing power compared to the previous generation. It is also said that this processor will be much better than the previous model in terms of image processing system and energy consumption. While both of them are based on 4nm lithography, with the difference that the first sample was made by Samsung and the expected model is going to be produced by TSMC, because this Taiwanese company has performed much better than Samsung in the field of chip production in recent years.
So far, the published figures from Geekbench and AnTuTu benchmark results have shown that this processor, along with its main competitor in the world of Android phones, Dimension 9200, which will probably be unveiled tomorrow, have managed to perform amazingly, especially in Show off the graphics part in such a way that it is said that their performance is even better than Apple's A16 in this field. Also, some predict that the performance of these chips in the multi-core section may be better than Apple's A15 chip; While usually the flagship chips of Android phones were one or two generations behind Apple chips.
It was previously said that Snapdragon 8 generation 2 will use eight cores; One Cortex-X3 core, two Cortex-A715 cores, two Cortex-A710 cores and three Cortex-A510 cores. But as it seems, a mistake has been made and that is that the middle cores are all Cortex-A715 and not A710. In this way, the aforementioned processor will use 4 Cortex-A715 cores in addition to a powerful core and three low-consumption cores. Since ARM has added support for 32-bit apps to the low-power Cortex-A510 cores, as a result, there will be no need for A710 models anymore. It can be very capable and it also supports AV1 hardware decoding and light beam tracking technology, so that in terms of capabilities and facilities, it is completely on par with Immortalis-G715 used in Dimension 9200.
The developer that this news published, claiming to have been able to obtain information related to the configuration of Snapdragon 8 generation 2 from a leaked software build. However, there is not much time left until the unveiling of Snapdragon 8 generation 2, and we can get accurate and reliable information at the upcoming event.