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Snapdragon 670 Specifications Leaked; Promises Flagship-Like Performance

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 11

Most of the flagship phones in 2017 were launched with Snapdragon 835 chipset onboard. Some of the upper mid-range phones that were launched this year were powered by Snapdragon 660. The Snapdragon 845 that was officially unveiled recently as its successor will be powering the flagship smartphones arriving in 2018. A report that was published few months ago revealed that Qualcomm is working on Snapdragon 670 chipset as the successor of SD 660. In the previous week, well-known tipster Roland Quant had revealed some of the key specs of the SD 670 to reaffirm the existence of the chipset.

Quandt claims that the U.S. based chip maker is currently testing the Snapdragon 670 chipset on a prototype device. His tweet reveals that the upcoming chipset supports WQHD resolution. In other words, the chipset is able to support a maximum resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. It can support 64 GB of eMMC 5.1 storage, 6 GB of DDR4X RAM, a rear camera of 22.6-megapixel and a front-facing camera of 13-megapixel.

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Previous leaks have revealed that the Snapdragon 670 chipset will be built with 10nm LPP (Low Power Plus) manufacturing technology by Samsung. It is speculated to feature two high-performing Kryo 360 cores along with six low-power Kryo cores and it also rumored to house a new 600 series Adreno graphics. The mass production of the Snapdragon 670 chipset is rumored to start in the first quarter of 2018.

The Snapdragon 660 is also a very potent chipset after the Snapdragon 835. However, only few smartphones featuring the SD660 chipset were launched this year such as OPPO R11/R11s, R11/R11s Plus, Xiaomi Mi Note 3, Vivo X20, ASUS ZenFone 4, Smartisan Nuts Pro 2, Sharp Aquos S2, 360 N6 Pro and Elephone S9. The market may see few more Snapdragon 660 chipset phones in the coming months before the arrival of Snapdragon 670 driven phones in the latter half of 2018.

What do you think about the specifications of the upcoming Snapdragon 670 chipset? Share us your thoughts by adding your comments below.

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  • dh33r4j

    I see it in Redmi Note 6

    • Barry Scott

      There is a more than good chance the redmi note 5 doesn’t exist, yet your talking about a Redmi Note 6 lol

      • Ernesto Simón

        I guess he means a possible Redmi 6 plus. Hard to keep up with Xiaomi’s way of naming phones…

        • Barry Scott

          i think even a redmi 6 Plus wouldnt get this chip, Mi Note 4 maybe would i think

      • dh33r4j

        You mean to say that they discontinued their most successful series? I am sure that the Note 5 is coming. It may take longer, but it is definitely coming.

        • Barry Scott

          well if you look at the line up, the Mi A1/5X fills the gap between the 5/5 Plus & the Mi Note 3 so yeah id say the Redmi Note series is dead

          • dh33r4j

            No phones fill the gap of the premium midrange. The note series always carried the chipset that was right below the flagship. Helio x20, SD 650, SD 625.
            Note 5 Should have the SD 636. But it will be out in the market only by Jan-Feb. So I think Xiaomi is waiting for that chip for the Redmi Note 5

          • Barry Scott

            Enjoy your wait then!

  • androwin

    What’s the point when the launch price is at the same level with high-end chipset? Oppo with SD660 launched with a price tag of $500! I can get OnePlus 5 with 128GB of storage (fastest SD835 device) for that price

    • NextHype

      Oppo devices usually get premium functionalities you won’t find on OnePlus devices, like VOOC, advanced imagery processing, etc…
      As you probably know, Oppo and OnePlus are two BBK brands (the third beeing Vivo), targeting different market segments.
      BTW I’m not sure you could see any difference using SD660 and SD835 devices.
      IMHO SD835 is overkill in a handset.

  • NextHype

    SD660 was already great. With a better SD670, there will really be no need buying SD8xx handheld devices in 2018. Except for flattering consumer’s ego.

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