One of the most curious releases that we have had this year has been the Snapdragon 710 , a processor…
One of the most curious releases that we have had this year has been the Snapdragon 710 , a processor made by Qualcomm which is between the premium mid-range and the high-end range, which we have finally seen incorporated into a terminal: the. We do not know at the moment the potential of this processor , although it is not a secret that it is destined to develop high-end devices at a more affordable price, sacrificing an apex of performance . It seems that this range of processors is here to stay, and the The latest rumors concerning Google make this clear.
We have been a while ‘with the fly behind the ear’ with the possible launch by the Big G of a Google Pixel device of ‘mid-range’. It has been Roland Quandt, a well-known German leaker, who has returned to throw fuel on the fire in relation to this terminal that, apparently, will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor and is scheduled for the first half of 2019 (not for August of this year as was thought until now). Of course, and how could it be otherwise, Quandt has not revealed his source, but his record of successes leads us to think that we can trust him .
Off to Taiwan fortoday, but here’s a tidbit for now: Google is working on a “mobile” device based on the Snapdragon 710 currently scheduled for launch in the 1st half of 2019. Sounds like this might be the (or one of them) upcoming mid-range Pixel phone.
– Roland Quandt (@rquandt)
The filter feeder, unfortunately, does not know more details about the hardware of the terminal since its development began a scant month ago. We’ll have to wait for the weeks to pass before he leaves filtering more information about it. We can not forget that it is a Google Pixel, the ‘iPhone of Android’, so it should not take long for the network to emerge benchmarks, specification sheets, prototypes, etc. We will be pending.
If confirmed rumors, Google seems to have a range of products very similar to the Huawei P20 family: a Google Pixel 3 ‘Lite’ (mid-range), a Google Pixel 3 (high-end) and a Google Pixel 3 XL ( Premium high range).
At the moment, what we do know is the. As we saw in some filtered photos, the small of the two would have a FullView screen and upper and lower frame, while the XL would join the notch trend . Both would have, in principle, double front camera and stereo speaker, but we can not guarantee 100%.