#kamisukareview – Recently the leak of the latest 5 Snapdragon 875 HP supported by a 100W + charger was recently circulated. Following the latest news from Qualcomm Inc. wherein they will soon announce their newest chipset, most likely it will be named Qualcomm Snapdragon 875.
Qualcomm's announcement will be made at an official event which will be set for December 1. In addition to faster performance, the new chipset will also provide support for 100W super-fast charging with the latest Quick Charge 5 technology.
Leaked Latest HP Snapdragon 875 + Quick Charge 5
It is predicted that 2121 will see more flagships adopt this super fast charging technology with several brands having announced fast charging solutions even up to 125W of power.
Well, recently a secret leak from the Digital Chat Station claims that at least the first five smartphones will be launched with the Snapdragon 875 SoC and 100W + fast charging support in the first quarter of 2021.
The flagship Snapdragon 875 chipset will be Qualcomm's first 5nm-based mobile SoC. This SoC is expected to provide capable power to the kitchen sector on most of the flagship Android smartphones in the first half of 2021.
The digital chat station Leakster says that there will be 5 new flagship phones in the first three months of 2021 that will offer a potent combination of the Snapdragon 875 chipset and the 100W power brick.
Samsung Galaxy S21 latest rumored to be among those who will adopt the sophistication of this new feature. In addition, there is also the name OnePlus 9 Pro, which has entered the Geekbench list.
Then there is Good gaming from Qualcomm and ASUS, this one is expected to be officially launched in mid-March 2021. Then it goes Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro also suspected to be taking a speed test of his new product.
Also there OPPO Find X3 in Q1 2021 with very fast charging and this Qualcomm flagship chipset. Not only that, another manufacturer from China, Meizu, is also suspected of testing this new chipset.
It's unclear which – if any – of these will benefit from the chipset's 100W super-fast charging support. Recent leaks suggest that Samsung will stick with 45W for the upcoming S21 Ultra.
Meanwhile OnePlus and Xiaomi may also want to promote their own production charging solutions.
Cortex-X1 core performance promises up to 20% higher sustained performance than Cortex-A78. Snapdragon 875 and Exynos 2100 will be the first chips to use the X1 core.
Samsung has not scheduled the official release of its latest flagship Exynos yet, but it is not long before they are rumored to be giving this chipset the Alaxy S21 smartphone.