Galaxy Note 8 could be the first smartphone with Snapdragon 836 chip

Galaxy Note 8 Quelle WeiboGalaxy Note 8 with Snapdragon 836 – the fastest processor for mobile Endegräte is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. It provides, for example, in Samsung Galaxy S8 for fast performance. The not yet presented successor Snapdragon 836 could Galaxy Samsung Note 8 are used, according to reports.

Galaxy Note 8: First device with Snapdragon?

In September should Grüchten According to the new pen phablet from Samsung, Galaxy Note 8, will be presented at this year’s IFA in Berlin. A Alleinstellungsmarkmal the Note series will probably be a dual camera.

According to recent reports, the Galaxy Note also the first mobile terminal with the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon could be 836 processor. 8

better performance

As the website Playfuldroid reported is currently being developed by the chip manufacturer of Snapdragon 836th The plan is to mass production well until the second half of the year. According to the report of the Snapdragon 836 offers an even better performance than the previous Snapdragon 835, for example, the Galaxy S8 (Plus) provides the power. The timing is only slightly higher than the Snapdragon 835 at a clock rate of up to 2.45 GHz up to 2.5 GHz. Playfuldroid cites in his statements on the Chinese website IT Home.

Whether the energy efficiency improved, is still unknown. Is not impossible it that Samsung will use the Snapdragon 836 already in the Galaxy Note. 8 Probably other top smartphones like the LG V30 or Google pixel 2 will benefit from the Snapdragon 836 later this year. Just recently, images of the alleged phablets had emerged. Poyoco Tech had published on Twitter pictures of the alleged Galaxy Note 8, which provide information about the design of phablets. The render images a fingerprint sensor, neither in front nor back. This could be a sign that Samsung has found a way to integrate the sensor into the display. Cover: Alleged Galaxy Note 8 Weibo.



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