Today we have seen the filtration of the new family of SoC that Qualcomm is developing ahead of its presentation in 2018. Chips that cover the entire middle range and that could definitely place Qualcomm on the throne of this sector at the expense of other manufacturers such as Mediatek. Note that these SoC includes Qualcomm Kyro processors derived from the ARM Cortex-A75 and Cortex-A55.
The top model for this range would be the Snapdragon 670 a substitute for the current model Snapdragon 660 paradoxically so far has very little presence in the market. This new SoC would be an Octa Core manufactured in 10nm, as a great novelty, a pair of high performance Kyro 360 Gold processor clusters and another one of Kyro 385 Silver processors with 1MB of L3 cache and that would be accompanied by an Adreno 620 GPU. It would have support for LPDDR4 memory with 2MB of cache, a 26MP camera or two of 13MP and would include a Snapdragon X16 LTE modem with download speeds of up to 1 Gbps and upload up to 150 Mbps.
Below we would find the new Snapdragon 640, an Octa Core also made in 10nm but with a more modest configuration. In this case we would have a cluster with 2 high performance Kyro 360 Gold cores and another cluster with 6 Kyro 360 Silver cores with 1MB of L3 cache and accompanied by an Adreno 610 GPU. Memory level supports LPDDR4 with 1MB of cache while the cameras they will have the same configuration as in the Snapdragon 660. At the modem level we find a Snapdragon X12 that reaches download speeds of up to 600Mbps and uploads up to 150Mbps.
One step down we find the Snapdragon 460, an Octa Core manufactured in 14nm with a pair of Kyro 360 Silver processors cluster and Adreno 605 GPU. We also have support for LPDDR4 memory but at the camera level it only supports a maximum of one camera. 21MP while the modem would also be a Snapdragon X12 that reaches download speeds of up to 600Mbps and uploads up to 150Mbps.