Qualcomm has introduced the latest member of its Snapdragon 600 series of processors. The Snapdragon 670 SoC features an octa-core CPU, with two 2GHz performance cores and six 1.7GHz efficiency cores. This combination allows for a 15% performance increase over previous generations. Additionally, the 670 features the Hexagon 685 digital signal processor and Qualcomm’s 3rd-generation AI engine, allowing for better AI performance and an increased number of applications.
Qualcomm is touting that the Snapdragon 670 is the first 600-series processor to feature the Spectra 250 image signal processor. Specifically for the camera, the Spectra 250 ISP allows for noise reduction, image stabilization, and active depth sensing. It supports up to 25-megapixel single cameras and 16-megapixel dual cameras.
The Snapdragon 670 also supports Quick Charge 4+, which offers a 50% charge from empty in just 15 minutes.
We should start seeing the Snapdragon 670 in consumer devices later this year. Check out the source link for more details.