Qualcomm has just introduced the new Snapdragon 4 Gen 2, its entry-level processor that seeks to elevate the performance and quality of the camera, screen and connectivity for more affordable smartphones with superior performance, fast charging and news in artificial intelligence.
The chipset debuts with advanced 4-nanometer process manufacturing and is designed to “increase battery life and improve overall efficiency”. The Kryo CPU offers up to 2.2 GHz of frequency and 10% increase in performance, according to Qualcomm.
Now supporting Quick Charge 4+ technology, future smartphones equipped with Snapdragon 4 Gen 2 will be able to recharge 50% of the battery in just 15 minutes.
In addition, cell phones will support screen resolutions up to Full HD and refresh rate up to 120 Hz for greater definition and smoothness.
Qualcomm also promises camera improvements with electronic image stabilization (EIS) and more efficient autofocus to reduce blurred images, in addition to debuting Multi Camera Temporal Filtering (MCTF) technology to reduce noise in low-light photos and high-resolution videos. resolution.
New developments in artificial intelligence also promise more detailed images and removal of ambient noise during voice-focused audio calls.
Finally, the Snapdragon 4 Gen 2 is integrated with the Snapdragon X61 modem for high-speed 5G connectivity and support for more networks, frequencies and bandwidth around the world. Support for Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.1 are also present, which are not the latest versions of network protocols but guarantee a good experience for less demanding users.
The first smartphones with Snapdragon 4 Gen 2 processor are expected to be launched in the second half of this year, but it is not yet confirmed which will be the first companies or models with it.