Recently Qualcomm announces the all-new ‘Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Plus 5G’ Mobile platform, which happens to be a follow-up to their new flagship snapdragon 888.
The company stated that their all-new 888 Plus 5G flagship offers high-end intelligent entertainment along with AI-enhanced gameplay, photography, streaming, and many more. The platform happens to possess the all-Snapdragon Elite gaming features.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G
Devices that are making use of this new platform offer support to color-rich HDR graphics and mobile-first desktop-level performance. The 888 Plus 5G platform possesses a much faster Qualcomm Kryo 680 CPU Prime core clock at around 3.0 gigahertz and a sixth-generation Qualcomm AI Engine with up to 32 TOPS AI performance.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G Features
Qualcomm stated that their AI performance that represents more than a 20 percent improvement. The chipmakers have promised to offers the flagship platform that would deliver premium entertainment, game experiences, and connectivity. This latest mobile platform is in the hands of OEM already, and products that is coming with it already embedded inside.
The platform would further aid 5G and feature a third-generation Snapdragon X60 5G Modem-RF System and FactConnect 6900 Mobile Connectivity System. That would further enable devices to make use of it to support 5G and high-capacity Wi-Fi 6E. 888 Plus 5G also aids 8K further encoding capabilities for a much better and detailed video capturing and viewing.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Specs and Performance
Integrated Qualcomm Spectra 580 ISP technology that would allow for the much simultaneous triple capture of 4K HDR videos or 28-megapixel photos. Parallel Processing is up to around 2.7 gig pixels per second is supported.
This tech is also aimed directly at a mobile gamer. With the game Quick Touch technology reducing the touch latency by around 20 percent. This platform also possesses a driver that has been updated for the latest graphics and performance updates in real-time and natural language processing to aid voice commands.