Back in April this year, Qualcomm released two Upper-midrange chipsets, the Snapdragon 730 and 730G. The chipset is based on 8 nm LPP and has a superior performance to the Snapdragon “6” processors. Both chips included a special AI engine, WiFi 6 support and a picture signals processor Spectra 350. Now we get a little information about his successor-the Snapdragon 735, which will be designed on a 7 nm process, using a completely new architecture.
According to tweet, one A76 core is 2.36 GHz, another A76 core is 2.32 GHz, and six A55 cores are 1.73 GHz. The leak confirms its use on the 7 nm network. We can expect the Adreno 620 from the GPU portion, which had previously occurred on Snapdragon 735 leaks.
In December when Qualcomm normally has an event in Hawaii, the new CPU is expected to become official. Nonetheless, companies like Realme and Xiaomi start adding them to the Midrange market.