Let’s be honest: over the years the offer of top-of-the-range SoC Snapdragon Android phones in Brazil has been dropping. This is partly due to Samsung’s move to adopt its proprietary Exynos solution nationwide. It also doesn’t help Motorola not to bet on big line tops as it did at the time of the Moto Z. LG changed its strategy in 2020 and instead of making a new flagship G official, it brought in the intermediary Velvet. Xiaomi, at least, brought the Mi 10T, with the latest Soc Qualcomm ever released.
While our market is going through this curious scenario, a rumor has been encouraging the international consumer public: the global market could see at least five smartphones with the SoC Snapdragon 875 already in the first quarter of 2021. The new chip has not yet been made official, but it will be in next few weeks during the digital edition of Qualcomm’s Tech Summit in December.
The new chip will usher in the Cortex-X1 core, which promises to be 22% faster than its predecessor, the Cortex-A78. In addition, it promises machine learning task processing up to 200% faster.
Cell phones equipped with this chip, even, would come compatible with Quick Charge 5, allowing recharging 50% of batteries in just five minutes. This is a welcome solution for top-of-the-line products, which usually, by betting on more refined designs, end up not bringing a huge battery. Some manufacturers, however, could limit the charging speed to 45W.
Well, what would be the devices with the SoC to land at the beginning of the year? The Galaxy S21 line is a strong candidate. In the United States and South Korea everything indicates that the South Korean will continue using the Qualcomm platform. The OnePlus 9 Pro is another strong contender, alongside the Mi 11 Pro.
What do these devices have in common? None, at least in these configurations, should arrive in Brazil. This is because, again, Samsung exchanges its chips in Brazil for the Exynos solution; OnePlus does not operate officially in the country; and Xiaomi does not bring its line tops to national territory due to their high cost in times of devalued real.
At some point, however, the domestic market should have some options involving Qualcomm’s new SoC. Well, but it may not happen as quickly as it does out there.
And you, what do you think of the performance already discovered for the Snapdragon 875? Do you have a preference for a specific platform for your smartphone chips, or are there more relevant aspects that impact your choice process? Tell us in the comments!
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