Qualcomm's Technology Summit occurred in Maui on Tuesday, where the leading chipmaker has divulged its next-gen flagship Snapdragon 855 chipset (codenamed sm8150). With its new 5G modem, the 855 SoC is well on the way to control the forthcoming 5G smartphones right on time one year from now. Samsung likely will be the first to use these 5G capabilities as it is required to launch 5G-empowered Galaxy S10 in the first half of 2019.
Aside from the 5G abilities, the new Snapdragon 855 SoC will include Qualcomm's fourth-gen multi-core AI Engine. It is acclaimed to build the AI performance by multiple times when contrasted with past emphasis chipsets. Moreover, the Snapdragon 855 have another Qualcomm's Computer Vision (CV) ISP that is expected to improve the picture preparing abilities by expanding computational photography and new video capture modes too.
Another prominent feature with the latest SD 855 chipset is the Qualcomm's new 3D Sonic Sensor fingerprint technology. This tech, not at all like the customary optical and capacitive fingerprint technology, it utilizes ultrasound waves to capture your fingerprint details. In contrast to the choices, the 3D scanning would be significantly more secure and works along numerous layers and furthermore without the need of any sensors, which utilize light, optical finger scanner, for example.
What's more, in conclusion, the SD 855 is without a doubt intended to be an incredible SoC, which should deal with high-intensive games too. To accomplish that Qualcomm had presented new Snapdragon Elite Gaming that conveys a bundle of incredible highlights to improve the gaming knowledge on a large portion of the amazing flagship smartphone, which are slated to launch with the Snapdragon 855, one year from now.