One of the strongest features of Snapdragon 480 is boosting smartphone's performance and battery life.
The system, dubbed Snapdragon Ride, is the company's first foray into a full system to power self-driving cars.
The rumoured Adreno 650 GPU could offer a 20 percent boost in performance over the Adreno 640.
The mid-range Snapdragon chips from Qualcomm will support the full range of 5G technologies
Samsung Galaxy S11 is expected to be the first smartphone to be released with the new Snapdragon 865 SoC.
The Snapdragon 865 chipset will bear a model number SM8250 and has an internal codename 'Kora'.
The Vivo Y89 has a 16 MP + 2 MP dual rear camera and a 2 MP selfie camera housed in a notch.
Leaked images of the Sony Xperia XZ4 showcase an angular design with really thicks bezels.
The Snapdragon 675 features numerous enhancements and features targeted towards mobile gaming.
The 8150 will succeed the Snapdragon 845 SoC and is likely to be unveiled in December.
Snapdragon Wear 3100 offers three modes, Ambient Mode, Sports Experiences and Traditional Watch mode.
The Kirin 980 is the first mobile chipset to be made using the 7 nm manufacturing process.
The phone is also said to come with a dual-lens camera setup on the rear with AI capabilities.
While the leaked benchmark scores are indeed disappointing, they're not painting the whole picture.
"Snapdragon Wear 2500," would not support Google's smartwatch operating system (OS) "Wear OS".
These chips offer improved performance and better support for dual-cameras and AI features.
Devices sporting the XR1 chipset will be seen entering the market later this year as well as in early 2019.
Qualcomm has added support for AI and neural processing frameworks such as Tensorflow, Caffe, Caffe2 and Open Neural Network Exchange in the new SoCs.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 has been reportedly rebranded as Snapdragon 710 and will be part of at least two Xiaomi smartphones
The focus with the Snapdragon 700 series is to get the features that have so far been part of the Snapdragon 800 series to the high-tier mobile segment.
Softbank revealed that apart from Qualcomm, telecom equipment vendors such as Samsung, Nokia and Ericsson will start deploying massive MIMO sites from 2018.