The Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 is the successor to the Snapdragon 670 SoC.The chipset is manufactured using the 11 nm processor. Qualcomm has switched to a dual-core high-end CPU cluster and a hexa-core low-end CPU cluster. The Snapdragon 670’s low-end efficiency cores will be clocked at a maximum of 1.7GHz, while the high-end performance cores will be able to hit 2.0GHz.
The chipset has appeared on the AnTuTu benchmark website and in its scores, it has beaten the Snapdragon 710 SoC. According to the AnTuTu listing, the Snapdragon 675 scored 1,74,402 points whereas the Snapdragon 670 scored 1,50,000. The Snapdragon 710 SoC scored 1,70,000 points. The Snapdragon 675 outperformed the 710 by 4,402 points.
Snapdragon 675 is optimized to run some on the most popular games faster and smoother, with over 90% fewer janks. At the heart of the gaming experience are the Kryo 460 CPU and Adreno 612 GPU, supporting stunning, life-like imagery
and fast graphics rendering. That’s some serious horsepower.The Snapdragon 670 will support both UFS 2.1 and eMMC 5.1 flash memory.It can support up to 8GB RAM at 1866 MHz.
The Qualcomm Spectra 250L ISP is engineered to capture amazing detail at up to 25 megapixels in vivid, true-to-life color and snapshots at 48 megapixels. This platform also boasts enhanced features including portrait mode (Bokeh), triple camera for 5x optical zoom and zero shutter lag so you can capture memorable moments exactly how you want to remember them. Plus, it delivers 720p slo-mo recording at up to a dazzling 480 fps.