Qualcomm''s Snapdragon 7 Gen 2 processor is currently on trial, although it is quite clear about the popularity of the 700-series chips that preceded the Snapdragon 7 Gen 2. This CPU may be the Snapdragon 7 Gen 2 or it may be the 7+ Gen 1. These clusters have a unique core shape, according to a source.
According to the report, the Prime core will run at around 2.4GHz, while the Gold cores will peak at roughly the same frequency. The Silver cores will go up to 1.8GHz. This sounds exactly the same as the 7 Gen 1 frequencies: 2.4GHz Prime, 2.36GHz Gold, and 1.8GHz Silver.
The first Snapdragon 7 series with a tri-cluster design is 1x prime core, 3x gold, 4x silver. 2,4xx GHz on the prime and gold cores, 1,8 GHz on silver (in testing)
There aren''t quite any details on the actual hardware yet, but if this is a Gen 2 chipset, it should utilize the new core designs.
According to the survey, Cortex-A715 for Prime and Gold cores and the improved A510 for Silver cores are used. The 7 Gen 1 version uses the older Cortex-A710 for Prime and Gold and A510 for Silver.
Only a small performance gain is possible, but the A715 is 5 percent faster and 20 percent more efficient than the A710. Even the A510 core was redesigned, not enough for a new model number, but it is 5 percent more efficient.
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According to reports, the Snapdragon Summit for 2022 will take place in just over a month, and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will be available in two languages. The 7-series chip will likely be unveiled at a different location.