Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2, Qualcomm’s new mid-range chip arriving this month

Qualcomm just announced the release of a new mid-range chip. This is the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2: a bit of a strange choice since the 7+ Gen 1 and 7 Gen 2 do not exist. However, the company seems to be mainly interested in proposing this higher-level solution for the 7 series, which in fact should lead to several improvements.

The Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2, in fact, promises an improvement in performance and stability compared to the basic 7 Gen 1 model. The Kryo CPU, in fact, is 50% more performing than before, while the speed of the Adreno GPU has even increased by double.

Other chip features include Auto Variable Rate Shading, a technology dedicated to gaming capable of controlling the resolution of the game in detail, partially lowering it in the backgrounds that are not very visible to save on resources. Or again, artificial intelligence, offering double performance and 40% energy savings. Finally, the photographic component has improved, adding support for low light shots, 200 Megapixel sensors and HDR video.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 will arrive very soon, just this month. It could be an interesting solution for slightly cheaper but no less performing devices.

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