Qualcomm Snapdragon 6150 & 7150 to come along with the 8150

We all love flagship devices, equipping the best and most powerful chips such as the Snapdragon 845 or the upcoming SD 8150, but where most of us will settle on is probably a mid-range chipset, which brings more than enough performance for the average user, it’s usually more power efficient and definitely more affordable.

If you agree with us, then you have now a reason to rejoice as the latest reports from WinFuture suggest a new lineup of mid-range SoCs are on the way; we’re talking about the Qualcomm Snapdragon 6150 and 7150.

As the naming would suggest, these two new CPUs are expected to be the successors of the much appreciated 6xx and 7xx series. Following the same naming scheme of the flagship SD 845 which is going to be named 8150.

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All the new chips will be build on a 11nm manufacturing process, meaning less power needed and more power efficiency. That said, the 6150 and 7150 are going to be aimed at different phone segments, the first will indeed support display of upto 2160×1080 resolution, while the 7150 will be able to power up 2880×1440 pixels (QHD+ res). Definitely more than needed considering that most flagships nowadays still equip Full HD+ panels.

We believe this is really exciting news for the Chinese mid-range market, bringing top performance at around $150 to $250.

Do you agree with us? Let us know down below!

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  1. Maximiliano On Line
    November 2, 2018

    11nm?? not 7nm or 10nm?

    • Piotr A
      November 2, 2018

      Indeed. Sounds stupid.

    • Lazar Prodanovic
      November 2, 2018

      It’s actually the third generation of Samsungs 14nm FinFET with UHD rooting lib used & direct answer to the TSMC 12nm FinFET which is a same thing. Judging to the Samsung official slides so called 11nm is actually a tad denser than 10 nm first gen HPE but cheaper. When we take into account the second gen 7nm FinFET with EUV earlier FinFET node’s make a little sense.

  2. Hervé Gaujacq
    November 3, 2018

    Salut à tous pourquoi passer de 10 namometre à 11 namometre 😧😱😬 autant passer tout de suite à 7 nm en gravures petite parenthèse voilà se que ressentirai les utilisateurs avec du 7 nm 😊😀😁😋

  3. SkidMark007
    November 3, 2018

    Its odd the the new Sd670/675, Sd710/730 chips are all made using 10nm process. The 675 was just announced and the 730 still hasnt hit the market yet. So maybe there was a typo mistake made?