Snapdragon 855 is expected to be part of the next season’s mobile flagship.
While this year the majority of mobile flagship rely on the performance possibilities of the chipset Snapdragon 845 from Qualcomm, next year there should be a Snapdragon 855 chipset has just been officially presented. At the same time, there are the first more or less confirmed reports of models to offer the chipset.
Most often, the Snapdragon 855 has so far been associated with the forthcoming family of Samsung Galaxy S10 flagships. It would be a sensation if they didn’t offer the chipset. In addition, the Galaxy S10 will also be offered with the new powerful Exynos chipset.
Just Snapdragon 855 was also mentioned as the “heart” of the upcoming Sony Xperia XZ4, about which new information has been leaked. However, Sony’s top-of-the-line smartphone is even more eye-catching with its extra-narrow 21: 9 aspect ratio display. It is supposed to be a 6.5-inch LG display. At the same time, it also talks about returning the 3.5mm jack.
One of the very first smartphones to offer the 855 Snapdragon and native support for 5G networks (that is, the X50 Modem chipset) is to be the new OnePlus brand. The name of the smartphone was not mentioned in advance, but the existence of the news was directly confirmed by the prominent representatives of OnePlus. The topic is highlighted by Gizmochina.com or Fonearena.com.
The 5G Snapdragon 855 chipset is expected to be launched next year, possibly ahead of Barcelona’s MWC19. It should be a device specifically designed for Europe or Europe. British operator EE.
The Chinese company Xiaomi, who even directly demonstrated its 5G version of the Mi MIX device in China, is not behind.
The Mi MIX 3 5G with ceramic construction is designed to offer the Snapdragon 855 with the X50 modem. The problem should not be to achieve data transfers of 2 Gbit / s. The remaining parameters should be the same as the standard version of Mi MIX 3.
They thus include a 6.4-inch AMOLED display, a slide-out design or a battery with a capacity of 3200 mAh.
This phone is also expected to be available sometime during the first quarter of next year, and Europe is among the first markets.
We have connected a device to the operator’s network that has no physical SIM card.
This week, as the first Slovak operator, Orange announced the official support of eSIM technology.
But how does the activation of such an electronic SIM card take place when no physical “piece of plastic” is inserted into the phone? We’ve tried it on the Samsung Galaxy Watch smart watch. These are now the only officially supported devices, but the operator wants to add more in the future.
Setting the watch connection to the operator’s network is intuitive and simple. Anyone who can handle a smartphone should also be able to activate the SIM card.