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Although its arrival is still months away, we can now be sure that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 will be the SoC with which Qualcomm will want to power a large part of the high-end smartphone market in 2025. Of course, we have to be futurists to reach this conclusion, because the life cycle of the Snapdragon platform has been more than well-known for quite a few years now, in which the only thing that has changed (apart from the technology they use, of course) It is a system used to name successive generations.

We also officially knew that this generation would bring a very important change, and that’s it Qualcomm will leave Cortex cores behind to use Oryon cores instead, although later information suggests that these will not be the same ones that will be integrated into SoCs aimed at the PC market, but rather a variant adapted to the context of smartphones and called Phoenix, so something that makes quite a lot of sense than to transfer cores from a PC to a smartphone, even more so considering the rumors that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 would do without efficient cores.

So several months before the end of development, which is expected between April and May, Qualcomm still has time to perform performance, reliability, temperature and other tests to try to provide an integrated system capable of delivering maximum sustainable performance. And it is in this context that information would be leaked It claims the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 will run at 4.3GHza truly outrageous jump, since let’s remember that the maximum performance core of Gen 3, the ARM Cortex-X4, has its limit at 3.3 gigahertz.

So, very recently we could see some information that stated that the working speed of the future SoC will be 4.3 GHz, but given this information, we have to question whether it makes sense and according to what Wccftech suggested No, and it doesn’t for two quite simple reasons.: temperature and consumption, as well as the derivative of the first, which is the cost. To put it more clearly, no, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 will not run at 4.30 gigahertz.

The thermal problem is more than evident, the integrated device works at such speed requires a very advanced cooling solution, far above those currently on the market. Will these solutions arrive in the future? Apparently so, but we’ll have to wait a few more years for something like that. And the economic derivative that I mentioned is related to this very point, because R&D costs in this sense act as a very limiting factor, because they can completely threaten the profit margins of the technology companies that decide to come on board. on this project, even more so if they are doing it with the intention that this system can debut on the market at the end of this year or the beginning of 2025.

On the other hand, we have a problem with consumption, because the same information states that with that power, the consumption of one core could increase up to 10 watts by working at the specified speed, something that makes sense in the context of a PC, but is unimaginable if we are talking about a smartphone.

So it’s possible that Qualcomm has done some performance testing of the cores that will make up the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4, but only to do a rough performance check, do not set the operating speed of the integrated at this point. Will we see a smartphone SoC running at this speed? We bet it will be a few more years before that happens.

Source: Muy Computer

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