Qualcomm launched the Snapdragon 730 and 730G back in April - two platforms for upper-midrange smartphones, based on the 8nm LPP process. Now we get some details on its successor - Snapdragon 735, which will have a completely new architecture and will be built on a 7nm process.
Snapdragon 735 (SM7250) specs-— Sudhanshu Ambhore (@Sudhanshu1414) October 21, 2019
1x A76 @ 2.36GHz + 1x A76 @ 2.32GHz + 6x A55 @ 1.73GHz
Adreno 620 GPU
They don't match with previously leaked specs by @SuggestPhone, cause I've extracted these specs from a document.🙄
The report says a chipset codenamed SM7250 will have a big Cortex-A76-based Kryo core at 2.36 GHz and another one at 2.32 GHz. The rest of the CPU is a six-core cluster of Cortex-A55 units, all running at 1.73 GHz. The GPU will be Adreno 620, which should be an upgrade over the Adreno 618, spotted in the Snapdragon 730.
We’ve already seen hints for the Snapdragon 735 chipset back in the first half of the year, but it seems the CPU has changed since.
We expect the Snapdragon 735 to be made official in December, when Qualcomm usually has an event in Hawaii.