Everything you need to know about Qualcomm's 5G processor

Qualcomm unveiled its new advanced processor, which is designed to work with the latest 5G phones, and according to the company, the Qualcomm processor is a modified version of the Snapdragon 780G and Snapdragon 888 processors, and developed with 5 nm technology, according to RT. 

The new processor features 8 cores, including Kryo 670 cores with a frequency of 2.2 and 2.4 GHz, as well as a built-in Adreno 642 graphics processor, a Spectra 570L image processor that allows capturing photos and videos with wide imaging technologies, in addition to an internal Snapdragon modem. The X53 5G-RF is capable of receiving data at a rate of 3.3Gbps and works in the (Sub-6GHz) and (mmWave) bands.

According to its developers, the new processor provides excellent handling for phones with modern video games, as well as allows phone cameras to shoot with HDR10 technologies, supports HDR sensors, as well as consumes less hardware power compared to older processors, and deals with artificial intelligence technologies that provide modern phones with a lot of Important and practical features.

It is assumed that this processor appears in many advanced 5G phones that will be launched this year, including phones from Samsung, Motorola, and Xiaomi.

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