New Android flagship telephones in 2020 will use the Snapdragon 865 5G chipset

New Android telephones haven’t been introduced for 2020, however the chip that’s prone to energy lots of them has been named.

The Snapdragon 865 chipset was formally introduced by Qualcomm at its annual Snapdragon Summit, with the corporate noting that it’ll give attention to 5G and AI capabilities.

The specifics in regards to the efficiency and feature-set of this 7nm chipset – pictured to be smaller than a penny – are nonetheless being saved underneath wraps. Nonetheless we all know it’ll make the most of the brand new Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF System, which Qualcomm touts because the world’s most superior 5G platform.

Which telephones will get the Snapdragon 865?

The Snapdragon 865 is basically the sequel to the extensively used Snapdragon 855 chipset discovered on the coronary heart of the Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy Be aware 10, OnePlus 7 Professional, LG G8, Google Pixel four and a number of other different high tier Android telephones.

This implies you’re prone to see the rumored Samsung Galaxy S11, Be aware 11, OnePlus eight, LG G9 and Google Pixel 5 all use this 5G-focused chipset within the subsequent few months. Count on information to interrupt relating to the primary 865-powered telephones at or proper earlier than MWC 2020 in February.

It’s typically simpler to listing which telephones gained’t get this chipset than listing of which of them will. Huawei and typically Samsung for choose markets make their very own chipsets for smartphones. Apple has all the time made its personal chipset for the iPhone, although it’s reportedly going again to utilizing Qualcomm’s modem 2020 to be able to ship the primary 5G iPhone.

Because it stands, only a few of the most effective Android telephones don’t use a Snapdragon chip, so the capabilities and benchmarking of the flagship Snapdragon 865 will inform us lots about our smartphones in 2020. 

(Picture credit score: Qualcomm)

5G for the lots? Snapdragon 765 hints at that

What’s fascinating is that there’s going to be a second 5G chipset platform: the Snapdragon 765/765G. It’ll have built-in 5G capabilities (highlighting the 865 chip doesn’t). 

The naming conference additionally hints it’ll come to barely cheaper Android telephones (like previous 700-series chips have from Qualcomm), bringing 5G to extra individuals, not simply top-tier smartphone consumers, in 2020.

We’ll have extra reporting this week from the Snapdragon Summit, which has turn out to be a solution to foreshadow how Android telephones and always-on laptops will change within the subsequent 12 months.

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