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Posted by Ssgsdhgzzfhczxvvvc
 - August 29, 2022, 12:37:31
that is a good thing frankly, because the last generations focused on performance increases while also getting a shitty process like 5 and 4nm from Samsung. Now they got 4nm TSMC, they can have a good ground for an efficient chip. I don't really care about absolute performance anymore because let's face it, modern phones are already fast enough for all you could imagine. As an example, my s20 with snapdragon 865 and 12gb of ram is smooth as butter, everything loads instantly, heat is barely noticeable (even during gaming) and the only moment when it gets a bit warm is during 5G + GPS navigation at full brightness. So, give me the same efficiency and thermal behavior as this chip with the performance of the sd 8 gen 1+ and I am happy.
Posted by Sameer
 - August 28, 2022, 19:45:49
So are they going to provide free upgrade to newer handset? People have invested rs 1lac above in previous generation,who's liable for that?
Posted by Aftaylord
 - August 26, 2022, 11:29:48
I think the best SD SOC is the SD 865 wich was build on TSMC and in second place the SD 855. Has of today day i have my galaxy tab S6 and i use it to play PS2 game on the tv at 2.5 resolution and that table do not get hot at all, i have a OnePlus 8T wich do not have the best cooling solution, i use that phone to for emulator and that phone maybe get a little bit warm, the performance is the same from beginning to end and the battery life is excellent. I think Qualcomm can get it right and still get some extra performance out of the SD 8 Gen 2.
Posted by Bishant Saha
 - August 26, 2022, 06:36:12
Nice, I'm excited as I'm still using OnePlus 5T with snapdragon 835 and original battery(3300 mAh) as my daily driver, even though battery is around 70% health now, I'm barely pushing through everyday. Hope 8 Gen 2 will be as stable as 835 still is so that I can upgrade without thinking about heating and battery drain like I did when I thought of upgrading when 888 and 8 Gen 1 was launched. Samsung has put a fear and uneasiness in my mind regarding snapdragon chips, but they still are my most favourite.
Posted by AntiDroid
 - August 25, 2022, 15:29:21
All these years to lose again on all fronts to Apple, can't make this stuff up.
Posted by Watzupken
 - August 25, 2022, 11:04:45
What sort of performance are we talking about? The problem with the SD 888 and 8 Gen 1 don't bring meaningful improvement to performance simply because they use lots of power and overwhelms the cooling solution very quickly. So on paper, performance sounds great, but that's just theoretical. Actual performance wisely, it's far from that. So I think if they decide to focus on efficiency, I don't think it's a bad idea. And to be honest, we have reached a point that whatever nanometer fab we are told, the shrink is not keeping up with the complexity of the newer chips. Thus, with increasingly aggressive clock speed applied, power consumption have gone up exponentially.
Posted by Papsy
 - August 25, 2022, 10:07:08
That would be great ! I really admire the Snapdragon 835,for its seemingly efficiency.
Posted by Redaktion
 - August 25, 2022, 08:29:41
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 has been confirmed for a mid-November debut and will go up against Apple's A16 Bionic and MediaTek's potential Dimensity 9100. According to a new leak from China, however, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 could focus on efficiency, likely at the expense of raw performance.