Snapdragon 875G Has Entered Mass Production: Will Be Manufactured By Samsung

Today, a new report has been revealed regarding the upcoming flagship of Qualcomm. The expected name for the chipset is Snapdragon 875G (like its predecessor chipsets). The reports revealed that the forthcoming flagship chipset had been entered in mass production by Samsung. A previous report from investment bank also revealed that Snapdragon 875G will be manufactured by Samsung.

The industry insiders also revealed that Samsung is the company that has won this contract with Qualcomm. It means that Samsung will manufacture the new flagship “Snapdragon 875G” chipset. The worth of this contract is 1 Trillion Korean Won (Equivalent to 844M USD), as per reports.

Currently, it is reported that Samsung has begun mass production of Snapdragon 875 on its production line in South Korea using EUV equipment. Moreover, this is the first time that Samsung is manufacturing Qualcomm’s flagship chipset.

From some sources, it is reported that the upcoming 5G flagship will feature the Snapdragon’s X60 modem with an RF-integrated system. Moreover, the upcoming flagship will also use the Quick Charge 5.0 technology (supports fast-charging up to 100W+).

It is also reported that the chipset may use the Cortex-X1 core as a prime core, while it would also use Cortex-A78 cores as the other three performance cores. The rest other four energy-efficient cores are still unconfirmed.

Previously, we already reported that the new chipset “Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 875G” is expected to launch in December 2020. It is also said that this upcoming 5G flagship chipset will power the 1H2020 flagship devices from famous smartphone manufacturers (like Samsung, Xiaomi, Oppo).


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