After showing off its flagship processing prowess in the Snapdragon 855, the chipset manufacturing giant has launched the all-new Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 that comes as the second processor in its midrange 700 series and houses more performance than its predecessor Snapdragon 710.

The Snapdragon 712 is an Octacore processor with 8 Kryo360 cores which are clocked at 2.3GHZ. It comes with certain new features that its successor lacked; like the support for QuickCharge 4+ and support for 2.4GHz, 5GHz, and 60GHz WiFi bands.

Though the GPU and the DSP are the same in latest chipset as they were in 710, i.e. Adreno 616 and Hexagon 685, the new chipset comes with Qualcomm’s TrueWireless™ Stereo Plus technology and Qualcomm® Broadcast Audio technology that were not supported by the previous SoC.

The camera and display support in the new chipset is the same as its successor. Snapdragon 712 also comes with the same Cat. 15 LTE as the 710. However, the table below showcases the difference between both the chipsets.

The new Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 is an improved version of the earlier midrange chipset and will perform much better than its successor. Hopefully, the handset manufacturers will start announcing their new phones which will come with the latest chipset.

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