Now that the Snapdragon 820 chipset is powering almost all flagship phones released this year, it’s about time to get excited about what the next performance chipset from Snapdragon will bring to the table with detailed information about the Snapdragon 830, 828 and 823 have leaking online.
According to the leak, the Snapdragon 823 will be the first chipset to be released in the second quarter of this year. Qualcomm will reportedly continue to use 14nm LPP process to manufacture Snapdragon 823 and it will have four Kyro 100 cores inside alongside Adreno 530 GPU, but they are most likely to be overclocked or modified to improve performance. It will come with the X12 LTE baseband with Cat. 12/ 13 LTE support. Which will bring a maximum speed of 600 Mbps download speed. There is already rumour that the Snapdragon 823 might be featured in the upcoming Galaxy
Note 6 and giving the timing of it launch, the speculation is not too far fetched.
The next other two chipset will be manufactured using the next generation 10nm FinFet process and they will both use Kyro 200 cores but there is no further info about their architecture.
The Snapdragon will Adreno 519 GPU inside with X12 LTE and Cat. 12/ 13 LTE support.
The chip will reportedly be announced only in the fourth quarter of 2016.
The Snapdragon 830 which will succeed Snapdragon 820 will come with Adreno 540 GPU and a new X16 baseband model that will bring download speed of up to 980 Mbps. It will also be announced in the fourth quarter of this year.
The three chipset will feature 4k / 2k video recording at 60 fps.
They are expected to power flagship smartphones coming out next year.
As always these are rumours and everything here should be taken with a pinch of salt as none of the information provided has been confirmed and will likely change as we know more about these chipset.