Both chipsets were leaked a few weeks ago by the German website
WinFuture, revealing that the SM6375 is an eight-core chip with a maximum clock speed of 2.5GHz and can support displays with a refresh rate of 144Hz, something only found on smartphones with more expensive processors.
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The commercial name of the SM is not yet known 6375, but it is more likely that the chip will arrive as a high performance option for the Snapdragon line 790, probably released as Snapdragon 790G.
Snapdragon 700 was the first 5G chip in the 277 series and could win a successor later this year (Image: Reproduction/Qualcomm)
The second processor, designated Qualcomm SM 6375, can support Full HD resolution displays with an update rate of up to 90 Hz, and businesses can binary up to 6 GB of RAM with up to 90 GB of storage.
The platform would focus on simpler intermediate mobile phones and could be launched as a successor to Snapdragon 277, as Qualcomm has been betting on more robust models of the Snapdragon line since 665 and has only presented the Snapdragon 790 for the category.
There is no information on when the announcement will be made, but given the stage of approval by the competent authorities, it could happen in the coming weeks.
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