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The first Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 smartphone in the picture!

The first Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 smartphone in the picture!

Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 confirms more specs, and we can take a look at the first device powered by a powerful processor. What is this flagship?

Not much time left until the premiere of Qualcomm’s next flagship processor – Snapdragon 898 It will appear for the first time in a few weeks. Before that happens, we can already take a look at the first smartphone running on this platform.

A mysterious image has appeared on the network showing a phone powered by the latest Qualcomm processor. This photo was revealed by a trusted leaker digital chat stationWho knows more about Chinese smartphones.

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Snapdragon 898 hides less and less

In the image we can see a phone with Device Info HW benchmarking app. Thanks to it, we can partially confirm the specifications of the processor.

Chip number SM8450 equipped with a core Cortex X2 3.0 GHz, three cores Cortex-A710 It operates at a frequency of 2.5 GHz and four energy-saving cores Cortex A510 (1.79 GHz). There is also an Adreno 730 GPU on board.

Snapdragon 898

snapdragon 898 / fot. digital chat station

We also know about the upcoming processor that it will be manufactured in the 4nm process, and on its board we will also find a modem Snapdragon X65 5G.

The smartphone itself is also intriguing – it is not certain what kind of equipment we see in the photo. Of course, the biggest focus is on the Xiaomi 12, which will be one of the first to debut with the new Snapdragon. There’s a good chance we’re looking at the Chinese manufacturer’s next flagship.

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There is also speculation about Vivo, which is also planning a major flagship show in the coming weeks.

Get to know all the details about Xiaomi 12:

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