Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 just had its premiere. When it comes to the leap in performance, there is a huge disappointment here – this is only 10%. Nevertheless, I am convinced that this is the best processor in the + series so far. Why?
Samsung has transformed it into a line of well-priced smartphones with decent specifications, not only in terms of raw power, but also in terms of workmanship and battery. Soon, however, representatives of the Galaxy AX3 series will debut, i.e. – contrary to the name – devices of the fourth generation. And here comes a new star: Samsung Exynos 1280.
A good example here are multi-core processors with integrated memory and often iGPUs, or SoCs known as ARM processors for smartphones, where apart from the CPU itself, there are also wireless communication modules, satellite navigation, graphics, or NPU. Currently, each manufacturer combines individual parts in their own unique way, which causes a lot of problems in the production, design and supply chains of individual elements. To solve this problem, the Universal Chiplet Interconnect Express (UCIe) is being developed.