Qualcomm's next-generation wearable processor Wear 5100 exposure

Foreign media Winfuture released some news about Qualcomm's new generation of wearable processors Wear 5100 series. According to reports, the Wear 5100 series chips may be built using Samsung's 4nm process, and there are two versions, mainly due to packaging differences, and the Wear 5100+ model will integrate the QCC5100 coprocessor.

In terms of parameters, the two versions of the Wear 5100 series will use a quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 design with a maximum of 1.7 GHz, the GPU is an Adreno 702 with a maximum of 700 MHz, support up to 4 GB of LPDDR4X RAM, and support eMMC 5.1 flash memory. The new chip will support dual cameras with a maximum resolution of 13 million pixels and 16 million pixels respectively. When using a single camera, it can record 1080P video, and also supports video calls. The Wear 5100 will support both Android and Wear OS.

In 2020, Qualcomm released the Wear 4100 series of chips, upgraded from 28nm to 12nm process, and also used 4 A53 processors.

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