Mid-range phones benefit from improved efficiency and more power thanks to Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 and 4 Gen 1.

The Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 and Snapdragon 4 Gen 1 chips from Qualcomm, which give inexpensive Android handsets more premium features and more effective designs, were just released.

A 4nm chipset built for mid-range smartphones is the Snapdragon 6 Gen 1. There are two important points to note in this, despite Qualcomm’s claim that the processor powers dynamic experiences with consistent power and performance.

In terms of cameras, first and foremost. The triple image signal processor (ISP) now supports staggered HDR, a first for the Snapdragon 6 series, and cameras with resolutions of up to 108MP. Additionally, 4K video recording is now supported.

Performance-wise, the 4nm technology ought to provide a chip that is a little bit more potent and has higher overall power efficiency. According to Qualcomm, performance will increase by 40% overall and by 35% in terms of graphics compared to the previous generation. Wi-Fi 6E is also supported. Four Cortex-A78 and four Cortex-A55 cores are the foundation of the processor.

The Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 CPU is expected to make its debut in new devices as early as Q1 2023, and Motorola has announced that it would use the chip in a Moto G series gadget.

A 6nm chip for even more cheap devices is the Snapdragon 4 Gen 1. According to Qualcomm, the chip offers a multi-day battery life and a 15% and 10% CPU and GPU performance improvement over the previous iteration. This chip lacks 4K but supports a 108MP camera, similar to the 6 Gen 1. Six Cortex-A55 cores and two Cortex-A78 cores make up the processor.

When it launches as early as Q3 2022, the iQOO Z6 Lite will be among the first smartphones to use the Snapdragon 4 Gen 1.
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