Semiconductor company Qualcomm has announced 4 chipset under their very own 400 and 600 line up. These chipset contains the model name of Snapdragon 415, 425, 618, 620. All these chipsets supports LTE, Global Mode RF360 support.
The Snapdragon 620 chipsets brings the Snapdragon 600 tier with brand new ARM Cortex-A72 CPUs and next-gen Qualcomm Adreno GPU. While the Snapdragon 620 is chock-full of processing power, it also provides support for 4K Ultra HD video capture and playback and 2K display resolution. Meanwhile, the Snapdragon 618 will be the hexa-core variant of the 620, loaded with the same core features.
Moreover, the Snapdragon 425 processor has the same X8 LTE as the 620 and 618, complete with integrated Cat 7 modem. A high quality camera with enhanced photo processing and dual ISP is also finding its way into the 400 tier for the first time, much like its 600 sets. Another highlight for both the 600 and 400 processors is the Qualcomm Hexagon application DSP, which has the ability to process low-power tasks without waking up the CPU cores.
Also, the Snapdragon 415 provides an affordable octa-core solution for those who are looking for a change from Snapdragon 410. The Snapdragon 415 features support for integrated Cat 4 LTE (speeds up to 150Mbps), 64-bit CPU architecture, and 720p display resolutions.
With integrated X8 LTE, dual ISPs, and high-end audio, the newest additions to our Snapdragon 600 and 400 series processors provides ultra-fast connection speeds, DSLR-like photos and videos, and advanced sound quality for the audiophiles.
These commercial new Snapdragon 620, 618, 425, and 415 processors are expected to be available in the second half of 2015.